Call of Duty: WWII PC Performance Review
Published: 4th November 2017 | Source: OC3D Internal Testing | Price: |
When it comes to GPU memory Call of Duty: WWII is a strange title, easily filling a lot more VRAM than the game actually requires to run, making standard VRAM usage graphs pretty pointless.
Simply put Call of Duty: WWII will use all the VRAM it can and will fill it with any file that the GPU may need. This often makes the GPU use a lot more VRAM than is necessarily required, but the game can easily run with less than the 8GB of VRAM that it can use in the GTX 1080.
The game's graphical options menu includes a VRAM indicator that gives an estimate of how much VRAM the game requires, which says that the game requires less than 3GB of RAM when using the game at 1080p max settings and 4GB of RAM when running at 4K. This means that modern 3+GB cards will have no issues when it comes to VRAM capacity, though 2GB card users will likely need to scale things back a little.