For example, I have a 2080 S and play at 1440p. Some games like Hunt Showdown let you choose a percentage of VRAM to target (70, 80, or 90%) and they list a note saying that it can improve performance to let the game use more VRAM but you need some VRAM overhead for the OS/background tasks and if the Driver tries to manage the VRAM allocation it can cause issues if the game's usage is too high they say on their in-game note. I noticed when I max the game out at 1440p and target 90% I get these occasional long hitches, but that seems to go away at 80% (which is the default value). I noticed a similar issue in Resident Evil Village which at Native 1440p max settings fully consumes all of the GPUs VRAM and led to extremely depressed performance. What I'm wondering then is, should I always aim for about 80% VRAM capacity usage for every game? Or, do you just want to make sure you never run out of VRAM so aim for more like 90%? I track the usage via HWiNFO64 in real time and typically make adjustments if I reach 8 gigs/full capacity, but I'm not sure how much overhead I need to leave on the table. Other games like Battlefield V have a built in setting which will guard against VRAM overfilling automatically which is neat, but anyhow thanks for your time.