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The stutter testing results they showed in this review are pretty much meaningless. I have been running the game from day on a 7950 and 7850 and saw ZERO stutters or glitches.

I don't know how many million times this has been stated already but some people are more sensitive to stutter than others.

You not experiencing it never has and never will make it meaningless except to one person, you.
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As for this being a Gaming Evolved title, sure it is, just shows AMD does not use proprietary technologies in what they are doing, unlike the competition.

What? A major review site who contributes here has already confirmed AMD plays that game just like Nvidia. rolleyes.gif
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Great better than lazy ports like some games nowadays
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again I have to say....
with ample CPU strength and upper tier motherboard then this dreaded 'micro-stuttering' is hard to come by.. wink.gif
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again I have to say....
with ample CPU strength and upper tier motherboard then this dreaded 'micro-stuttering' is hard to come by.. wink.gif

Maybe so...

My G1 Sniper 3 runs them at 8x 16x 8x pci-e 3.0 Backed by a 5ghz + 3770k wink.gif

And any type of stuttering id notice right away.
    
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again I have to say....
with ample CPU strength and upper tier motherboard then this dreaded 'micro-stuttering' is hard to come by.. wink.gif

Maybe so...

My G1 Sniper 3 runs them at 8x 16x 8x pci-e 3.0 Backed by a 5ghz + 3770k wink.gif

And any type of stuttering id notice right away.
indeed Hokes... smile.gif
my 2500K @ 4.7GHz on my P8P67 WS Rev B3 (nf200) @ x16/x16 isn't too shabby either.. wink.gif
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indeed Hokes... smile.gif
my 2500K @ 4.7GHz on my P8P67 WS Rev B3 (nf200) @ x16/x16 isn't too shabby either.. wink.gif

i thought the 2500K Sandy Bridge didnt have 32 pci-e 3.0 lanes (or any pci-e 3.0 at all???0 ....or is that dual x16 pci-e 2.0
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indeed Hokes... smile.gif
my 2500K @ 4.7GHz on my P8P67 WS Rev B3 (nf200) @ x16/x16 isn't too shabby either.. wink.gif

i thought the 2500K Sandy Bridge didnt have 32 pci-e 3.0 lanes (or any pci-e 3.0 at all???0 ....or is that dual x16 pci-e 2.0
NF200 chip...
but since it's a P67 board and a SB chip, I'm running @ x16/x16 PCI-E 2.0..
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As for this being a Gaming Evolved title, sure it is, just shows AMD does not use proprietary technologies in what they are doing, unlike the competition.

oh no you didn't say that . . . do you really think BI would eat up vram like candy if it wasn't a GE title?
funny how it *just* goes over the 2gb mark.
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looniam - read my link I posted..
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