The whole RAM situation is something you really have to consider karklinskarlis1993!Oscar J wrote:I'd recommend you get the 6GB 780 card if you want to do any somewhat large renders in Indigo. 3 GB will give you 768 MB in Indigo, which you don't get very far with.
How much RAM do your renderings use in general?
For my projects using LightLayers, SS3, big ass HDRI and many textures and models I often end up with at least 8GB and often more.
And to be honest the trend is rather to get even more fancy and consume even more RAM!
Imagine Indigo will support render channels like direct light, reflections, normals etc. on the go at some point. All in 32bit and full SS and LightLayer dependent!
This will cost some extra RAM for sure!
Some crippled NVIDIA RAM is no option here (for me), I hope at somepoint they'll "fix" this...