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set powertune target to the max and make sure that the gpu stays under 79c. the game has some fps drops on some maps but that can"t be fixed by your side. also overclock your cpu atleast to 4ghz to make sure it isn"t bottlenecking.

it is most likely that your gpu gets around 80c so it throttle itself. so either increase the temp limit or make sure like i already said that it stays under 79c at all times. you can set a more aggresive fan curve or a fixed fan speed to achieve that.
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set powertune target to the max and make sure that the gpu stays under 79c. the game has some fps drops on some maps but that can"t be fixed by your side. also overclock your cpu atleast to 4ghz to make sure it isn"t bottlenecking.

it is most likely that your gpu gets around 80c so it throttle itself. so either increase the temp limit or make sure like i already said that it stays under 79c at all times. you can set a more aggresive fan curve or a fixed fan speed to achieve that.

Ideal solution would be to enable vsync as well to keep the gpu usage as low as possible. Unless you are on a massive server with a bunch of players the framed at shouldn't ever go below 60. A 3770k even at stock should keep up no problem.
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set powertune target to the max and make sure that the gpu stays under 79c. the game has some fps drops on some maps but that can"t be fixed by your side. also overclock your cpu atleast to 4ghz to make sure it isn"t bottlenecking.

it is most likely that your gpu gets around 80c so it throttle itself. so either increase the temp limit or make sure like i already said that it stays under 79c at all times. you can set a more aggresive fan curve or a fixed fan speed to achieve that.

I dont see why I should overclock. Ive been gaming with it at stock for months without a single problem.

Just decided to defrag the hdd i have bf3 installed on. It was 73% fragmented surprisingly. I doubt this is the cause of the issue though.

EDIT: so defragging didnt fix it. Im considering rebooting my pc.
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