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If you have an old dual-port GPU, then you may find it useful to compare the performance with two or more modern dual-port GPUs. You may find it useful to compare the performance with two or more modern dual-port, non-VRAM-limited graphics cards, or with one or more modern video cards.
There are a few downsides to using VRAM. More restricted RAM maximums for some CPUs, typically in the 1-4 GB range, requiring you to increase the amount of physical RAM in your rig if you are upgrading from a single-port graphics card to a dual-port cards. Fuel to the Fire: Modern PC GPUs use an artifact known as framebuffer compression to reduce the cost of using VRAM. GrayScale(2) and LinearColor(2) modes of the framebuffer use proprietary compression methods that takes advantage of the redundancies inherent in greyscale and color content. Space: If you have an older AMD/ATI dual-port graphics cards, you may be limited to just 1-3GB of VRAM, although you can connect up to 4 dual-port graphics cards. Most video cards now support 4GB of RAM, but dual-port cards that do not have four dual-ports are hard to find today. 7211a4ac4a