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I'm running a 5870 with everything maxed out (Very-high / high-res texture pack) except AF which is at 8x instead of 16x. I get 30-40FPS without any issues what so ever.
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To answer the people asking how you're running DX 11 on a DX 10 card. You're not. But the DX 11 setting down-scales to DX 10. It simply won't run/enable certain features that the DX 10 card can't do. The in game settings are kinda confusing when it comes to DX 10.

Either way, DX 11 doesn't work...

The only way I can get the game to run somewhat stable is in DX 9 and just use the nVidia control panel to bump some of the settings the game won't let you chose in DX 9.

Plus the nVidia beta driver they released for DA2 seems to make it run worse than the latest release. The beta keeps the game from crashing in DX 11, but it results in horrible frame rates, and seems to cause my card to stutter in DX 9. But that might differ for others.

Win7 64 Ent
i7 920
GTX 295
12 gb ram

That configuration is nothing new anymore, so I really think the problem is on Bioware's end and not necessarily nVidia's or ATI (though nVidia cards seem to be having more trouble with DX 11 setting than ATI) Hope this isn't what we have to look forward to with TOR when it launches...
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They already stated it is a Nvidia driver issue and the beta driver tries to fix some of the problems but only slightly helps.
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Originally Posted by evolart View Post
They already stated it is a Nvidia driver issue and the beta driver tries to fix some of the problems but only slightly helps.
Yeah..... We know well that DA2 pwn's my GTX 570 in the face with current drivers. Beta drivers are a bit better but not great

Theres another fix that I have not tested yet too...

http://www.overclock.net/pc-games/96...gpu-usage.html
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