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Won't have time to mess around with it today, but bump for more suggestions. Somebody has to have something? I've found my way to a few posts across various boards with people reporting similar problems, but no definitive answer yet. Most people just write it off as a problem with deferred or post AA. When you guys say you have AA maxed, is that both forms?
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Won't have time to mess around with it today, but bump for more suggestions. Somebody has to have something? I've found my way to a few posts across various boards with people reporting similar problems, but no definitive answer yet. Most people just write it off as a problem with deferred or post AA. When you guys say you have AA maxed, is that both forms?
I am not using Custom settings but am using the Ultra presetting which has 4xMSAA (for Deferred AA) and High (for Post AA).

One remote possibility that I note from your sig is that you have 2 monitors connected to your GTX570. This is probably not the cause but there is no harm to disconnect/turn off it to see if that makes a difference.
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Oddly enough, I think I managed to fix this by turning my pagefile up from 4GB to 6GB. Still gonna test some more, but while playing last night, I got only one or two spikes. This was even the case while running several extra apps, so total memory obviously isn't the issue.

EDIT: scratch that. Looks like it was me disabling Aero that helped it run better. So maybe it is a RAM cap. Pretty well confused at this point. Guess I'll just buy more RAM ha.
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