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I understand the ways of RAM usage, you do too. Please don't confuse it with VRAM; there's no use for most programs to store graphical models/textures in the background anyway. :P
 

Jiehfeng

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VRAM is not for programs, that's RAM. In new games, next to graphical settings there is a VRAM indicator, and the newer games require above 6GB for certain kinds of settings to remain turned on.
 

Zer0

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People need to understand how memory works. If you have more, any program will use more than it needs to. So if you have 8GB and you see a program using 6GB, that's not an indication of the program needing 6GB to run.
 

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A RX 480 4GB doesn't seem to have issues with a 2k screen, so no ::)
 

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It's actually "the future today", games are requiring higher amounts of RAM, the big famous ones anyways... :P

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Introducing Game Design/Dev to Schools
« on: September 15, 2016, 10:51:34 am »


Games are a part of nearly everyone's life, from sports and card games to board games and digital games. Competitive eSports and gaming as industries continue to improve overseas with thousands of new games being released each year.

Sri Lanka has seen an influx of gamers over the past few years even though it is relatively young compared to our regional neighbours. It is in this light that we as Gamer.LK, would like to initiate and provide a platform to empower game developers, designers and enthusiasts to enhance their capabilities and endeavour in a successful life career in the industry. We aim to use our unique position in the community towards successfully organizing our own local Game Developer Conference (GDC) in the near future.

Building on the success from our first Game Design & Dev Workshop held in April, we hope to have our second Game Design & Dev Workshop, open exclusively to school kids, alongside the Inter School e-Sports Championship.

DATE
24th September 2016

TIME
01:00 p.m.

VENUE
Trace - Expert City, Colombo - Google Maps

AGENDA
TBA

REGISTRATIONS
Limited to students currently enrolled in any Government (National, Provincial, etc) or Non-government (Private and International) schools only. REGISTRATION IS COMPLETELY FREE!

« Last Edit: September 15, 2016, 10:58:14 am by R_L »