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doesnt look like Nvidia has it down yet. Have you tried Crysis 3 open beta? Its one of the smoothest games i have played in a long time! Problems with SLI though, even with R313 drivers. But even with 30fps its so smooth!

I am downloading Crysis 3 beta now ;) I will bench the hell out of it tonight redface.gif

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The average framerate/time is definitely better on the 660 Ti (notice how the 660 Ti is at ultra, while the HD 5870 is at high settings) The 660 Ti is the superior video card by a long shot. No one is arguing that. However, the frame stutter just destroys any immersion in the game. I always find myself getting a better score on the 5870 because I don't constantly think about or feel the frame stutter.

Everyone says that in first person shooters, the framerate is all that matters. I'm sorry, but that is completely false. I will take 45fps and a smooth gameplay experience over 60 fps and frame stutters any day of the week.

I 100% agree on the smothness of games. It makes you move smoother and aim better for sure.

 

Well I hope Nvidia can fix this issue though.

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Here is Battlefield 3, Operation Metro, 48 Player, Ultra, No AA, 2560x1440p resolution with this latest drivers

 

 

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I had pretty much the same setup you did up until about a week ago but I had the TX model. I recently switched to 2560x1440 with the faster of the 27" models Asus PB278Q. I can tell you first hand that 2560 60hz with vsync enabled takes a fat dump on 120hz at 1080p. The brilliance of the colors, sharpness and smoothness of vsync is something to behold. I though I'd never go away from 120hz but damn this monitor looks good.

Isnt PB278Q 75Hz capable ?

http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/PB278Q/#specifications

Wouldnt 2560x1440 @75Hz be WAYYY better than 1920x1080 @120Hz ???
post #174 of 262
Anyone else getting 404 on the driver link from nvidia?

--David--

Edit*
It's back

--David--
Edited by Helmsdg - 1/29/13 at 9:02am
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Did anyone else notice a decrease in the maximum allowed voltage?!

I updated to 313.96 and 1150mV is the maximum voltage I can set through Precision X.

It was 1175mV before...

Update: I just run Heaven and Precision X OSD showed 1175mV on both cards. It jumped from 987mV (idle) to 1150mV and the instantly to 1175mV till the end of the benchmark.

Still confused though...
Edited by Daredevil 720 - 1/29/13 at 9:20am
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Did anyone else notice a decrease in the maximum allowed voltage?!

I updated to 313.96 and 1150mV is the maximum voltage I can set through Precision X.

It was 1175mV before...

Mine is still +100mV and 135% power.

My previous stable OC crashed randomly in FC3, might be the extreme heat we're having today though :c
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I agree with most that these are a great set of drivers. So glad to be done with the nightmare that is the R310 family. Looking forward to the rest of the R313 lineup smile.gif
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I agree with most that these are a great set of drivers. So glad to be done with the nightmare that is the R310 family. Looking forward to the rest of the R313 lineup smile.gif

Nice to know that, have been staying on 306.97 for a while because the complaints I see about R310, will give the 313 WHQL a shot.
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The average framerate/time is definitely better on the 660 Ti (notice how the 660 Ti is at ultra, while the HD 5870 is at high settings) The 660 Ti is the superior video card by a long shot. No one is arguing that. However, the frame stutter just destroys any immersion in the game. I always find myself getting a better score on the 5870 because I don't constantly think about or feel the frame stutter.

Everyone says that in first person shooters, the framerate is all that matters. I'm sorry, but that is completely false. I will take 45fps and a smooth gameplay experience over 60 fps and frame stutters any day of the week.

Completely agree with you here mate.

And It's kinda sad really, or well at least for me because.... Ever since I got into PC gaming, there's only been a couple of games that I could really say "OMG this performs extremely well", the most recent one being Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Battlefield 3 has been somewhat of a struggle, it performs ok for the most part, but then more often than not, it skips/stutters here and there, or whatever, not too bad but it's something noticeable, it's not a 100% flawless experience, using 3rd party frame limiters somewhat improved on that, but again, it's not perfect.

I'd easily trade 10 or 20 FPS if that would mean having a driver set that improves, significantly, on the smoothness of games, I just don't care about raw numbers, I want smoothness, that's why I play with V-Sync on at all times, if this continues, I'll go back to AMD for my next upgrade, which will be somewhere down the road since my GTX 670 FTW is not that old after all.
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Completely agree with you here mate.

And It's kinda sad really, or well at least for me because.... Ever since I got into PC gaming, there's only been a couple of games that I could really say "OMG this performs extremely well", the most recent one being Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Battlefield 3 has been somewhat of a struggle, it performs ok for the most part, but then more often than not, it skips/stutters here and there, or whatever, not too bad but it's something noticeable, it's not a 100% flawless experience, using 3rd party frame limiters somewhat improved on that, but again, it's not perfect.

I'd easily trade 10 or 20 FPS if that would mean having a driver set that improves, significantly, on the smoothness of games, I just don't care about raw numbers, I want smoothness, that's why I play with V-Sync on at all times, if this continues, I'll go back to AMD for my next upgrade, which will be somewhere down the road since my GTX 670 FTW is not that old after all.

Trust me, i just came from the red side last week, and you would not want to exchange a little stutter for the flickering/texture issues and also a lot of stuttering with dx9 and the 7XXX series cards.
Going from a 7870 to a GTX 670 made me realize how crappy AMD drivers were and now i can really enjoy some gaming.

If you guys think the green side is completely messed up, try taking a look at 12.11 Beta 11 and 13.2 Beta threads.
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