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With your HD5770 you can play it at low/medium/high (mixed settings) with no AA.
    
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Tom's hardware did a cpu test and the game is pretty liberal with CPU speed and cores and more dependant on your GPU.
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Yes it doesn't seem to be affected by CPU clock speed at all, it's all GPU dependant.
 
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Originally Posted by yuksel911 View Post

With your HD5770 you can play it at low/medium/high (mixed settings) with no AA.

I play on the high settings with no AA and highest FXAA with 40-60 FPS, so I'm happy with that.
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so what does a 6950 CF get maxed at 1080p, can it kepp almost always at 60fps
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so what does a 6950 CF get maxed at 1080p, can it kepp almost always at 60fps

I have two 6790's CF with 3 x 23.6" asus monitors and I run the game on medium settings at 1080p and I get about 50-60fps running with the FX-8120

Two 6950 CF should destroy that game at every setting. If your running just one monitor just one 6950 will play the heck out of that game.

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I don't see why some folks will say Screw performance for a little more "bling" Med to high is hardly a big change. However the performance increase is noticable. Why would you be happy with 40-60 FPS? That's terrible. A 20 FPS gap? I'd toss my PC out a window for giving me that type of performance.

I'd rather lose a little of the "pretty picture" effect, and stay stable over at or OVER 60 FPS. Below that, games just feel choppy, slugish, and poor.
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I don't see why some folks will say Screw performance for a little more "bling" Med to high is hardly a big change. However the performance increase is noticable. Why would you be happy with 40-60 FPS? That's terrible. A 20 FPS gap? I'd toss my PC out a window for giving me that type of performance.
I'd rather lose a little of the "pretty picture" effect, and stay stable over at or OVER 60 FPS. Below that, games just feel choppy, slugish, and poor.

You are right about the med to high difference but you are wrong about throwing the computer out the window. I am running 3 monitor and if I lower to low setting then the fps is the same. When running one monitor on all high setting I get 180fps easy. There is not much change if at all when changing low, med high setting. I plan on upgrading video cards in the future to 2 x 6990/7990 but right now I dont have the money for that.

And for your information a human eye cannot see much more than 60-65 fps so running at 40-60fps is not bad at all. It doesn't jump or lag at all. It runs smooth and thats the main thing. Wether you run at 30fps or 60fps, if it runs smooth you'll hardly notice a difference.

MW3 is made to run at 60fps and BF3 is made to run at 30fps. Can anyone really notice a difference between the gameplay. No, not really, 30fps or 60fps is not anything to get hyped up about if the fps runs smooth and doesn't jump around that much.

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