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I've tested it over coupe days and seen a great improvement in game play, also the comment about Gfx and not noticing a great difference isn't far from the truth, i did this trick and tried the game and full then went into game settings and turned everything down to low, and to be honest it actually lightens up the battlefield especially when in buildings when it's dark inside and you can also see the enemy more clear when their hiding in bushes and such easier . it works for me anyhowz smile.gif great post and thanks for sharing smile.gif
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Thanks for the feedback! Just wait until BF4 comes out. I can tell already that there should be a lot to tweak and before I even launch the game, I will be locating the configs and turning them down!
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You guys do realize there is a bug with the BF3 drawfps command that locks the FPS display at 30 right? My FRAPS/Bandicam/MSI Afterburner will be showing 120+ FPS super smooth and the drawfps in game will be stuck at 30. It is unreliable.

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RenderDevice.Dx11Enable 0

Can I have someone test this? I recently read something that says setting it to 0 instead of 1 will actually get you worse FPS. Can anyone confirm?
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Can I have someone test this? I recently read something that says setting it to 0 instead of 1 will actually get you worse FPS. Can anyone confirm?

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