Post in forum #224174 - all things video game

Coffey25 said:
I know Anti Aliasing tends to eat up more video ram than one would think. I know that's the case with GTA V and Saint's Row 2 or 3 with me, since I have a GTX 1050 2GB edition and those games eat up most of my vRAM, GTA V even eating up all but 1mb of vRAM from my GPU, even with Anti Aliasing being off.

Yeah I turn that off no clue if it help or not,
still it chugs a bit when the shadows is set on high
and on medium it feels slow...

So yeah I have to play it on a mixer of medium and low settings
mostly low.

Funny as the resident evil 7 demo runs well on medium.