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post #51 of 63 (permalink) Old 11-07-2011, 12:20 PM
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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...

If this is happening outside BF3 as well, you definitely need to RMA - card is dying/dead.

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Does anyone know of a fix for the explosions of black shapes? It makes flying a chopper near impossible.
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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...

Spending money on having two video cards is justified by a sentence in my post that you must have missed..."...a constant 100fps...". I didn't get a second card with the hopes of having games crash all the time. Obviously a negative side-effect being worked on, but after getting it I'm glad it's gonna be a while before I play anything below 60 fps (usually play at 100 or 120). And since I now have fixed the crashing problem, I couldn't be happier with SLI for this game.

On an unrelated note, the following day after my previous post (today), I started getting crashes again with the 285.38 drivers. But I found another fix and I think this one is permanent because I played for two 2-hour sessions with no problems. In Nvidia Control Panel, I turned off Threaded Optimization and Triple Buffering. Everything else I have set to Application Controlled, Quality, or Clamp. Now everything is running fine with the overclock.

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my mouse lag is gone hooray!!!! disable prerendered frames, ie set to 0 works!!! holy crap!

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my mouse lag is gone hooray!!!! disable prerendered frames, ie set to 0 works!!! holy crap!
How are you finding bf3 with your setup we have the same one well at least components wise, I have a 1650x1080 monitor and my fps will be different to yours and im considering getting a 1920x1080 one.

What fps are you getting?

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Does anyone know of a fix for the explosions of black shapes? It makes flying a chopper near impossible.

I get the same issue when I minimize my game then get back into it. I get the black shapes at the top of my screen where the sky is. I have to minimize my screen like 3 times and not move the mouse and it goes away...strange....


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I haven't tried turning off Hyper-Threading yet on my first generation Core i7. Going to try it in a bit to stop the massive frame drops!
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I haven't tried turning off Hyper-Threading yet on my first generation Core i7. Going to try it in a bit to stop the massive frame drops!

Wow, it works fine now. No random frame drops! I'm now able to play on Ultra settings and be able to use both my GTX 460s in SLi! biggrin.gif
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