I have problems with my screen calibration with my asus hd 7970 dcuii top, the performance is very good, i can't complain, but the red and blue colors are to bright and intrusive. Dispite the fact that i like the performance of my hd 7970 i have looked at other gup's, i use techpowerup alot, but theres one thing that wonders me, and that is all top 20 gpu's based on scores, but also in general, is cards with max 2gb vram (no hd 7970,7950 or gtx 2gb + in top 20). I know there is gtx 660 mabye also gtx 660 ti with 3 gb vram, gtx 670,680 with 4 gb vram, and the new gtx 760,770 you can get with 4 gb vram as well as the hd 7950,7970 with 3gb vram and the new amd radeon high end gpu's also have minimum 3gb vram. Test's,reviews has shown that bf 4 uses more then 2gb vram and using 2 full hd screens i thing it's good to have more then 2 gb vram. Why isn't techpowerup reviewing more 3/4gb gpu's? What's the point of not reviewing gpu's with 3/4gb vram? Theres no 4gb gtx 760 wich i wan't if i am going back to nvidia (msi gaming, a gtx 770 is much more expensive then the asus hd 7970 i have) Does nobody need more then 2gb vram when gaming on 1 full hd, 2560x1600 screen, using 2-3 full hd or 2x 2560x16000 screens for non gaming?