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does AF even do anything in a game like this? i never played with the settings - just set everything as high as it went and started shooting bad guys.
Yes it does. For my rig I am getting around 35 to all the way up to 55 FPS while running at 1440x900 resolution. I have the game running at 6x Temporal AA and 16x High Quality AF through ATI catalyst 7.4 X64 bit. I have my bitmap detail set to high performance with adaptive AA set to the quality setting. Also, make sure you have Advanced AI on. For the ingame play I have the AA and AF set to 4x but I don't really know if this is not used since I have my settings set through the catalyst program. I have everything maxed out in the game except for reflections off the water from infantry units/helicopters/tanks. With all of these settings that I just I gave to you I am still getting very good FPS with no drop during gameplay at all. Yes my graphics card is overclocked to 675/774 and my AMD 4200+ processor is overclocked to 2.53GHz, but since you have Intel you should easily blow my AMD/ATI out of the water.

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Remember mentioning FPS is only relevant if we know the resolution being utilised.
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Remember mentioning FPS is only relevant if we know the resolution being utilised.
Indeed. This game will run pants on my Rig now that I downgraded my Vid card but owel. We will have to see.
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It runs playably for me in either DX9 or 10, but that's after turning the terrain down to low (I'm looking at the tanks and soldiers, not the ground) However, I'm wondering if a dual-core CPU will give a big boost, as it's been my weakest link for a while.
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Whatever default settings are I have no probs, not a single stutter.
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It runs playably for me in either DX9 or 10, but that's after turning the terrain down to low (I'm looking at the tanks and soldiers, not the ground) However, I'm wondering if a dual-core CPU will give a big boost, as it's been my weakest link for a while.
Yes a Dual core CPU would definately give you a boost mate.
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