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post #11 of 30
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Originally Posted by Slightly skewed;15513564 
AA is Anti Aliasing. MSi makes several different 570's. Overclock it more. I wish there was a benchmark for this game to make it easier for people to troubleshoot and compare.

To be honest I dont think he needs to overclock his graphics card, its already good enough. I think he would get more headaches from trying to play overclocked than if he was to play at stock, I know I did at first.
post #12 of 30
You might be running out of VRAM, keep an eye on the usage with MSI Afterburner.
Cards running out of VRAM have FPS drops every now and then.
If you're using the max amount of VRAM, you need to reduce settings like MSAA to keep it below 1280.
post #13 of 30
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Originally Posted by thebumcast;15513285 
I have i5 2500k overclocked @ 4.5Ghz, 4Gb Memory and Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 and I seem to have problems running Battlefield 3 on Ultra settings. Also I have problems with recording with fraps, I put my settings down to Medium to record however it still has inconsistant fps. I have made sure i have updated to the latest driver for Nvidia and I'm just wondering, should i have to upgrade anything? I'm thinking of upgrading my Memory to 8Gb Corsair Vengeance...
Any thoughts would be grateful smile.gif
Thanks

What kind of problems? Framerate problems? Other kinds of problems?

I'm playing BF3 with a single 570 right now (although I've ordered a second for SLI) and I can play multiplayer on medium > 60 FPS all the time. Definitely not on ultra or high. Anti-aliasing & HBAO is what kills it. Gotta turn that off and switch to SSAO. At 1080p the game still looks very good.
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4GB OF ram has been gi9ving people headaches,,, maybe get more?
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post #15 of 30
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Originally Posted by BillOhio;15513651 
4GB OF ram has been gi9ving people headaches,,, maybe get more?

To be honest this is quite a valid post. I noticed when I closed my bf3 down my windows ram usage was almost full. I guess thats possible cause.
post #16 of 30
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Originally Posted by $ilent;15513602 
To be honest I dont think he needs to overclock his graphics card, its already good enough. I think he would get more headaches from trying to play overclocked than if he was to play at stock, I know I did at first.

Why are you on this site?tongue.gif If he can eek out another 10% it might help. I had issues with the Ultra preset so I went with the custom option and set everything to Ultra and it ran much better for some reason. Vram is enough for that resolution. MSI afterburner shows I'm maxing it out but I don't have any issues with slowdowns (1920x1200) with at single card.

Keep an eye on your resource usage and maybe you can narrow it down that way. Try turning off HT on your CPU. I would also reinstall the drivers and even try using driver sweeper in safe mode. Yes I know, there are differing opinions on whether it's ok to use driver sweeper. I don't normally.
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Yea, the 4gb of ram seems to be your weak link, you could grab a 8gb kit and heck, run it with the 4 you have now for 12gb, couldn't hurt.
post #18 of 30
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Originally Posted by Slightly skewed;15513705 
Vram is enough for that resolution.
That's what people thought one year ago.
BF3 hits 1.5 GB of VRAM usage rather often here, and i'm just playing on high.
I've seen it hit up to 1.7 GB.
post #19 of 30
I have pretty much the same computer as you. I even have the 8gb corsair vengeance that you want.

I run BF3 on Auto, which is HIGH for the most part. I get 40-60 FPS.

If you want to record video, don't use fraps, use MSI Afterburner instead.
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I have pretty much the same computer as you. I even have the 8gb corsair vengeance that you want.

I run BF3 on Auto, which is HIGH for the most part. I get 40-60 FPS.

If you want to record video, don't use fraps, use MSI Afterburner instead.

Yep, it automatically puts it on high for a reason.
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