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Well, this is not one of these threads where people ask the question"will it BF3 run on my pc?" .. I read a lot of reviews and performance results of BF3, but I couldn't completely find out what will be the highest playable settings for me. I would like to ask you, in your opinion, using what settings will BF3 run smoothly with my current rig (description) ? Yeah, I know I can figure it out myself by messing around with the settings, but the thing is I am coming back home Sunday and then I will be able to install the game and now I just wanna see what you think..

I have OCed my gpu to 880Mhz, my cpu is not Oced due to lack of cpu cooler at my country lol. My monitor is 1440x900 16:10. I also downloaded the latest nVidia drivers..

I am also concered about the " BF3 has stopped working" issue.. Ive seen alotof people experienceing this issue and besides removing symbols from the folder's name, what are the other options? thanks in advance
    
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You could ask in the BF3 Discussion thread but i would say high settings.
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small piece of advice i learned today:

AA seemed to be taxxing my fps and giving me lag spikes more in this game than any other before. so you may want to start with disabling it when adjusting your settings. i turned it off and run on ultra no problems.
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small piece of advice i learned today:

AA seemed to be taxxing my fps and giving me lag spikes more in this game than any other before. so you may want to start with disabling it when adjusting your settings. i turned it off and run on ultra no problems.
game looks so bad without AA
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game looks so bad without AA
I agree but, I also think that on lower resolution you can't really notice these small details, but still..
    
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I notice no difference with aa on or off. I play at 1920x1200

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