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post #11 of 62
one way to find out is cranking the res up and activating Anti Aliasing..
post #12 of 62
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Originally Posted by Gigatel View Post

I have a hard time believing that a 3570 is not enough to "feed" Crossfired 7950s. I see 100% GPU usage out of my setup at 1080p in BF3.



In multiplayer? big 64p maps no chance, provide proof via fraps run whilst playing and showing gpu use and cpu use. Don`t post misinformation without proof
Edited by Ghost12 - 3/30/13 at 2:08pm
post #13 of 62
Use the higher resolution "1080p" you may play competitively, but lower resolution blends the image too much, and just looks like total crap in general, you want a sharp crisp image to see things more clearly, if you drop shadows and HBAO, it will help clear up the screen, also turn effects down, leave MSAA at 4x and Mesh at ULTRA.
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Here is how my image looks with the tweaks i mentioned:


Nice and clear so i see more smile.gif


EDIT: i also play at 75FPS (74hz refresh)
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Here is how my image looks with the tweaks i mentioned:
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Nice and clear so i see more smile.gif


EDIT: i also play at 75FPS (74hz refresh)

Tbh though you have a decent mix of balanced components for the settings and res you play. 2x7950 matched with 8150 is not balanced, especially in bf3 multi. Sp yes multi no. I am now waiting with interest( though not really as its not possible) for the 3570k owner to provide proof his 7950 x 2 are not bottlenecked by the cpu in multiplayer.
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In multiplayer? big 64p maps no chance, provide proof via fraps run whilst playing and showing gpu use and cpu use. Don`t post misinformation without proof

I did provide proof. Those are the results of playing bf3 multiplayer.
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I did provide proof. Those are the results of playing bf3 multiplayer.

thats hard to believe brother can u make a ingame picture with msi afterburner? showing the GPU usage?
post #18 of 62
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I did provide proof. Those are the results of playing bf3 multiplayer.

Do not lie to yourself, people have not dropped from the nearest tree my friend. Provide a fraps and cpu/gpu use whilst playing 64 player mp for a minimum of 20 minutes and i will even give you a chance at redemption, play the least demanding map if you choose, unfortunately a gpu shot of the squad selection screen does not cut it. I will absolutely guarantee you cannot provide this
Edited by Ghost12 - 3/30/13 at 3:10pm
post #19 of 62
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Do not lie to yourself, people have not dropped from the nearest tree my friend. Provide a fraps and cpu/gpu use whilst playing 64 player mp for a minimum of 20 minutes and i will even give you a chance at redemption, play the least demanding map if you choose, unfortunately a gpu shot of the squad selection screen does not cut it. I will absolutely guarantee you cannot provide this

You sure all full of yourself. I showed you GPU-Z at 100% use. Why would I lie about it? So, get over yourself, you're wrong, plain and simple. Have a nice day.
post #20 of 62
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Originally Posted by Gigatel View Post

You sure all full of yourself. I showed you GPU-Z at 100% use. Why would I lie about it? So, get over yourself, you're wrong, plain and simple. Have a nice day.

Not full of myself at all but i know the facts through reading and experience. Yes thought as much, dont embarrass yourself any further and leave the thread. Do you not realise how your proof is no proof at all and a smoke screen. This is a site for facts, knowledge and help so people reading can help with their own issues. Misinformation and downright lies or fanboyism helps no one. You are taking "my full of myself" the wrong way. I know for a fact you cannot max those gpu`s consistently in this multiplayer game. I await for correction from your proof as do the rest of the reading public
Edited by Ghost12 - 3/30/13 at 3:58pm
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