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Thank you for all the replies I really do appreciate it guys and the thing is that as stated before when i crank everything up the game is not as smooth for example all of a sudden the mouse becomes harder to move because of the extra eye candy etc...
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What's so bad about the fps? I bet you're eyes aint even fast enough to notice anything above 60 fps. But I heard that "hacks/programs" works best with high FPS. Just saying, and I'm not accusing you of anything.
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You can't see the frames, but it usually makes the gameplay alot smoother, thus competitive players run games at the lowest settings.
Competitive gamers also use a CRT.
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Competitive gamers also use a CRT.
CRT monitors are where it's at.
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well thanks everyone didnt have nothing to complain about.
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You can't see the frames, but it usually makes the gameplay alot smoother, thus competitive players run games at the lowest settings.
Your graphics card is sending information to your monitor that you are meant to seem but you actually dont, therefore are missing out on all the info you are allowing your computer to make, and how can it be smoother, its going to refresh the monitro just as much either way.
    
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Your graphics card is sending information to your monitor that you are meant to seem but you actually dont, therefore are missing out on all the info you are allowing your computer to make, and how can it be smoother, its going to refresh the monitro just as much either way.
It's got nothing to do with your monitor; Your system isn't processing as much data, meaning it's more responsive to sudden and rapid mouse movement. Or at least that's the theory, all I know is it does work. In competitive play, "eye candy" can be a disadvantage which allows enemies to "blend" into the background too.

I assure you that competitive gamers do run at lower settings for this very reason. As someone else said, some also use CRT monitors too for their superior image quality.
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What is my bottleneck?

Black Ops-90
BFBC2-112
COD4-102
MOH-67

I feel like I should be getting more BC2 I run on low with everything off, the rest pretty mush medium to high.

Also any tweaks for the ati catalyst control center for more fps maybe?
I get the same FPS on BC2 and BO.... granted on max. Your card is obviously the bottleneck, though as long as your not a too anal about FPS maybe you should be able to up your settings somewhat.
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Well im pretty sure your HD 4870 is bottlenecking your i7. DO get a HD 6870
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