Originally Posted by ZaG
I have a 120hz benq so I am trying to maximize fps. I have all settings on low and I am on the east. coast. I am going to try disabling the desktop vram thing. I brought up the 920. to 3.2ghz made things smoother for sure. also what settings for 570?
see my post (http://www.overclock.net/t/1329665/hard-frame-dips-in-bf3#post_18657326
) above. I said ultra/high settings because for the most part these won't affect FPS a significant amount based on the nvidia thread. I actually set it to be a lower setting than a 550Ti would need to run at 1080p @ 60fps - my thoguht is you should be able to get at least 70-80 fps.
on second thought tho see if texture on high instead of ultra and using the second part settings make a significant difference.
If yo uset everything to low preset, it gets you a more consistent fps but I guess I'm not used to it, it just felt odd.
I tried these settings although it'll be a different experience since my monitor is only 60fps (realistically) and right now stock settings for an i5-3570k and stock HD7950.
However, I went from Ultra everything 4x MSAA getting base 45fps topping 90fps (depends on what I'm looking at but in regular maps like Close Quarters I run between 50-80 usually which is okay.
I dropped it to Low preset I get about 110-140 fps @ 1080p looks funky for some reason or another.
My custom preset w/ SSAO I get between 70-100 fps a wide drop, however, it still looks pretty decent to me.
Keeping SSAO and MSAA off, modifying the settings to high seemed to keep things around 77-84 fps. Switching Anisopic filtering to 8x only helped a minor bit, and AA Post to off didn't seem to do much either. Turning motion blur off helped keep the fps more stable. However, the low preset seemed to be the highest low fps... playing at 1680x1050 will give you a much much higher fps boost though - although it didn't seem to help for me.Edited by JQuantum - 11/22/12 at 8:41am