So it's been a while since I've been active here, it's been a while since I've had my PC out of storage as well. I've got the 9900k with 32gb ram and I sold my 1080ti back in June because I knew I was reaching a juncture where if I wanted to retain any value out of it I better sell now. So I did, and my PC has just been sittin there ever since. I grabbed a 3070 a few weeks ago, was trying to hold off for a 3080 but everything was out of stock everywhere and I ended up being one of those suckers who paid $700 for a 3070FE (Which I Love the FE this year, Especially the silver 3070. There's a ton of silver on the z390 Aorus Master and the 3070FE looks great in my build) Because I had the chance to get it right there on the spot in person brand new in the box and I was impatient. AND DAMN IT - I was totally unaware the 3070 only had 8gb v-ram. I figured the 70 and 80 both had 10gb. So, I have a 1440p display, rather old (Acer Predator 27") No HDR. I do plan to sell it relatively soon and upgrade to a newer monitor with HDR and all the latest goods. But I do plan to stay at 1440p. I may go Ultra Wide but I don't plan on going 4k anytime soon. So the questions I'm here to ask are is 8gb v-ram enough anymore at 1440p? It's my fault for not paying enough attention, I knew the 3070 was going toe to toe with the 2080ti but I didn't realize it had 8gb or I would havd probably just grabbed a 2080ti because theu were all over the place for 600-700$ in my area. Basically like I said my next planned upgrade is a newer monitor same resolution or possibly Ultra wide but if I'm going to have issues with v-ram then i may hold off and upgrade my damn gpu yet again when I can actually walk out and grab a 3080 no issue and sell the 70 (or grab a 6900.) And in case you'll are wondering, no I have not gotten to use it yet. I slapped the 3070 in my rig, ordered a power cable for the psu then I got thrown a curve ball that struck me out. This week finally I will be hooking my rig up and trying it out on my freshly pir***d copy of 2077. Any facts or opinions lent to me would be appreciated.