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Dude if your worried about gaming on high settings,you shouldn't be:). That processor you have is more than good enough for battlefield 3,have a look at the benchmarks,the games uses alot of cpu power but is definitely gpu dependent. I have the athlon x2 250 overclocked to 3.9ghz with the radeon 6770 overclocked gaming at a resolution of 1366x768 and get over 40fps throughout the game and with HBAO enabled the fps barely drops by 2fps. So don't worry,for now enjoy gaming:thumb:

HBAO kills frames. Enabling it will NOT lower the frames by 2. Average is 7-10. You must mean SSAO.
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nope HBAO... maybe you need a screen shot which will show you the difference:)
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nope HBAO... maybe you need a screen shot which will show you the difference:)

Funny, after disabling HBAO, my frames went from 25-26 to 33-40. Also, the other day i told a guy, who was running a 6950 and getting low frames, to disable HBAO and his average went up by 10 as well biggrin.gif.

What do others have to say?
Edited by PunkX 1 - 12/24/11 at 9:17am
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But then again i could be wrong. Its best if ypu try if for yourself. Here is a link of different gpus benchmarked with battlefield 3,it will give you an idea of the fps you should be getting:).

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-3-graphics-performance,3063-8.html
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A few links verifying it would help:) Oh and a probable explanation to the 6950 not performing as well is owing to thefact that the game runs better on nvidia cards,that's not something i am saying but it's what benchmarks show. Refer to the above link!
Edited by jason387 - 12/24/11 at 9:23am
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post #16 of 26
HBAO drops frame rates a lot for all cards. It has been that way for all games so far.
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Then i guess i got it wrong;)...Turn on ssao and enjoy the game and dont worry about fps:p
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A few links verifying it would help:) Oh and a probable explanation to the 6950 not performing as well is owing to thefact that the game runs better on nvidia cards,that's not something i am saying but it's what benchmarks show. Refer to the above link!

The link you posted just shows BF3 on high settings, nothing to do with HBAO.

However, your mileage may vary since in some cases, HBAO kills about 3-5 frames smile.gif
Edited by PunkX 1 - 12/24/11 at 9:33am
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The link i posted was to show the OP the different fps for the gpus around his 6750. And it showed the fps on high settings as that's what he asked for so the link could give him a rough idea of the fps he could get with the 6750:)
Edited by jason387 - 12/24/11 at 9:35am
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The link i posted was to show the OP the different fps for the gpus around his 6750. And the it showed the fps on high settings as that's what he asked for so the link could give him a rough idea of the fps he could get with the 6750:)

Ok then smile.gif
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