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So BF3 is amazing now. But it seems that the best way to play is with adaptive v-sync and FXAA both enabled in the NVCP. Anyone else agree?
FXAA seems to make the game run much smoother, as can also be seen in the pics I posted of the Metro benchmarks. These cards/drivers either don't like MSAA or they just really prefer FXAA, because BF3 runs much smoother with it enabled. And with either no v-sync or with the Framerate Limiter in Precision, it runs extremely smooth on Ultra at around 100+fps and GPU usage is only 80-90% at stock speeds (i love these cards!), but that's with the CPU only at 4Ghz, it's late and I didn't feel like restarting the computer, just wanted to test real quick, so not sure if usage will go up when CPU at 4.7Ghz. But with Adaptive V-Sync on...that's the way to do it for me. Completely eliminates tearing and I don't notice any lag at all.

FXAA and AVS both enabled working great for everyone else? Also, is FXAA just automatically overriding the in-game 4X MSAA when it's also enabled? Or does it work with it or what? Is the right way to use FXAA to enable it and then turn in-game MSAA off?
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Runs great with CPU at 4.6Ghz that's where my 2500k is at.
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so can we start posting maximum temps @ certain fan speeds for comparasion ..
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so can we start posting maximum temps @ certain fan speeds for comparasion ..
I've seen you post this a ton of times bro... are you sure it isn't just your case? The thing only has 1 120mm intake
    
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I've seen you post this a ton of times bro... are you sure it isn't just your case? The thing only has 1 120mm intake

I havea Switch 810 full tower case with :

4x120MM top intake thru h100 with 1x140mm top intake aswell
1x140MM bottom intake & a 140 mounted on hdd cage blowing directly at GPU
2x140MM intakes in the front and 1x140MM exhaust in the rear case should isnt it..
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Not sure what it's called. But maybe you've got so much inwards airflow that your internal air is getting super heated. Causing your card to breath hot air reducing the effects of the cooling? Maybe try changing up your inflow/exflow and try and get a inward fan blowing on your card?

So far, your the only one having heat issues. I've been testing, stressing, burn testing, and gaming, and I can keep mine sub 60c at less then 65% fan speed.
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well for me 65% manual fan speed and im in the 70s and evga just laughing it off saying the card can handle 98c your fine..
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So BF3 is amazing now. But it seems that the best way to play is with adaptive v-sync and FXAA both enabled in the NVCP. Anyone else agree?
FXAA seems to make the game run much smoother, as can also be seen in the pics I posted of the Metro benchmarks. These cards/drivers either don't like MSAA or they just really prefer FXAA, because BF3 runs much smoother with it enabled. And with either no v-sync or with the Framerate Limiter in Precision, it runs extremely smooth on Ultra at around 100+fps and GPU usage is only 80-90% at stock speeds (i love these cards!), but that's with the CPU only at 4Ghz, it's late and I didn't feel like restarting the computer, just wanted to test real quick, so not sure if usage will go up when CPU at 4.7Ghz. But with Adaptive V-Sync on...that's the way to do it for me. Completely eliminates tearing and I don't notice any lag at all.
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wait you can enable fxaa for battlefield 3 in nvcp? it says not supported for this application when i try
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