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With a 2560x1440 display, you will.

So far the only thing ive run that bogged it was BLOPS 2- which (Btw) is total garbage...


Turning off abmient oclusion i went from 25fps to a constant 60... everything else maxed out.

BF3 plays fine maxed out with AA @ 4 - rarely dips below 40fps...


I am content with 30FPS - try and stay above 40 and so far nothing has hurt me that much...
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With a 2560x1440 display, you will.

If you play games you will.

But I don't see the point for people who don't play games or movies.
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