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New Nvidia drivers support FXAA from the diver window. There is already a mod to install new 680 drivers on to older GPU's. I'd say try it out because the sudden stutter is a clear indication of vram.

I installed 301.10 succesfully, unfortunately the BF3 FXAA option is locked in Nvidia config.
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Disable voltage throttling. Every time I stress test a 570 on a watt meter, it's incredibly inconsistent -- every single one. Find a way to disable OCP, and it should help with your frame rate issue.

Isnt that dangerous to do?
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Isnt that dangerous to do?

No, you should be fine. 570's are some of the only cards I've seen with such aggressive OCP, the power usage is literally everywhere under load, and so are the frames. You can monitor your temps for a while after you do it until you gain confidence it's not going to explode.

Edit: and if you want to see it in action, put your cards in fur. They will start off strong, but as soon as they reach ~78C, the framerate will become jagged and inconsistent. The majority of cards don't do this to that extent.
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