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Other 6950 users at 1920x1200 BF3

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I'm curious what other 6950 users running 1920x1200 were getting in the BF3 beta? At high settings and AA turned off, HBAO off, motion blur turned off I was getting at 30-50 jumping all around. Sometimes it was smooth and sometimes it was very choppy. This was on Metro map and Caspian. I also have the 2GB model of the 6950...
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i havea 2gb 6950, tho only use 1920x1080, but with no aa or hbao and most settings on high, with 1-2 medium, I was getting around 40-60 most times. only once did I ever notice anything less than smooth, and that was when 2tanks and a heli blew up right in front of me at the same time.

overall I feel that I couldnt see a difference visually between having all high, and having a slight high/med mix and putting one or two things on medium helped my fps. Take into account that I do have horrible ram, so that could be making a difference for me aswell.
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I found that while on HIGH it run OK and I mean just OK. At MED it was much much better.
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