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post #41 of 63 (permalink) Old 10-29-2011, 10:21 AM
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And how much higher? I was already on 700/1850 @ 1.063V, from the default 750/1950 @ 1.038V, and still crashed everywhere.

Maybe i should downclock to a level of some integrated video card? And play on low, with 10 fps, and cooling on max? Is that why i spent 375$ on a GTX570? Come on...

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I'm going to try disabling ht and the threaded optimization to see if that helps but if that doesn't , can anyone tell me why bf3 is locked at 35 fps for me no matter gfx settings I'm select. Auto runs at 35 fps and so does low.
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Ive read on the forums that enabling Triple buffering helps for the shuttering as well. did for me. =)
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Hi all, I have a Gigabyte GTX560Ti.

Going back to driver 280.26 or uninstalling nvidia vision did not help for me, but increasing voltage to 1.075 worked out pretty good for me. I can play for half an hour or so until it crashes depending on the map.
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lmao how does "worked pretty good for me, i can play half an hour before crash" seem remotely good rofl

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I had the Are you ready for Battlefield 3? 285.62 drivers and was getting freezes/crashes constantly. Disabling SLI seemed to work, but where's the fun in that? I tried a bunch of things, many of which I've seen have been posted in this thread. I lowered my OC and increased my voltage, I turned a bunch of the in-game settings down from Ultra to High or Medium, and turned AA and AF down. Helped a little but was still crashing. So I went to the driver version before the most recent, the 285.38 beta, and it's been perfect ever since. Just played for 2 hours straight with all the settings on Ultra, 2x MSAA and AF 8x at a steady 100fps with my 920mhz OC. Before you try anything else, I would download this second-last driver version, 285.38. This driver version helped me achieve a high OC, and also made me set my air-conditioner to 62F room temperature to keep my system cool, what a hell of a punch this game packs. I think even Crysis is jealous.

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Glad to hear the newest drivers helped you, I'm using older drivers as my super high overclocks seem more stable with those drivers. Although DICE has fixed many bugs lately, some people are experiencing issues, if you found a fix don't hesitate to post it here.
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nicely put together thanks
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post #49 of 63 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 01:10 AM
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Christ, my single 560 ti seems to be doing just fine with no crashes even on ultra settings. (41fps max - 28fps avg) What gives with people spending $500+ on video cards if they crash after playing for an hour. Maybe it's just karma...
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