As of today, early benchmarks for the RTX 3080 were released with some impressive performance gains. One thing that has concerned me for a couple of weeks now is the amount of VRAM that it has. Gamersnexus mentioned in his video today that there is a common misconception that the VRAM shown in benchmarks is what is allocated to the program and is not necessarily what is being utilized. Despite this, I want to know if you think that the VRAM of this card is future-proof considering the total it has and the speed. I am planning on building a high-end PC towards the end of this year. I am focusing on it to last at least 7 years, preferably 10 years.