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Well I'll be darned. I tried the 290 drivers and now it seems I notice no micro stutter. Could it be that easy...as a driver change??
Edited by falcon26 - 2/18/12 at 9:30pm
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Well I'll be darned. I tried the 290 drivers and no it seems I notice no micro stutter. Could it be that easy...as a driver change??

Sure can be. wink.gif
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post #13 of 15
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I am really really surprised at how well my 560TI 2GB SLI setup is handling the 2560x1440 resolution. I only had to change HBAO to SBAO and I am getting 55-60 frames all the time on every map. That is pretty cool. The only downside is, the cards I'm sure are working much harder now, and because of this my temps on my top card get to about 90 degrees now and the fan gets up to about 60%, it get a bit loud nothing bad, I can still barely hear it over the game itself but it is still a bit louder then before. But at least I do not have to upgrade any GPU's :-)
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Played BF3 for about 3 hours last night no stutter with the 290.36 drivers and it ran like butter...
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The thing is, the game does feel very smooth and it does feel like I am getting 60 fps. But its just say every couple of steps I take while running or walking its like someone holds onto me for a split second then lets go. That happens say every 5 steps or so.
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