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Originally Posted by noahhova View Post
Vsync on ensures no screen tearing. If you are never going under 60fps and your refresh rate on your monitor is 60 then Vsync on will produce the smoothest gameplay.

Your system will be over 60fps so turn Vsync on. everything else should be maxed for you or "on". Leave DirectX version on auto it will play in DX11 because that is what your card is.
When I had a 5770 it defaulted my BFBC2 to DX9. Just manually set it to 11.

As for Vsync, it's sort of a toss up. You cannot "see" the difference between 60fps and, say, 120; However, you can definitely "feel" it. There is a small delay [for me at least] from input-> movement and I really don't like it so I turn it off. On top of that, my tearing isn't bad at all.

If you don't like the way vsync feels or tearing doesn't bother you, leave it off, if not turn it on.

as for everything else turn it up as high as you can!
    
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