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  • #16
    Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

    Home PC:
    C2D E8500 OC 3.6Ghz
    8GB DDR2-800
    XFX 260 GTX

    FPS: Maybe 30? It is not good. Mixed settings between medium and high. No AA or Anistrophic filtering

    Work PC(Similar to my new build)
    I7-2600k
    8GB DDR3-1333
    EVGA 570 GTX

    FPS: Smooth. Can't detect it but its gotta be around 50-60 fps. Ultra settings exept for AA and anistrophic filter. I don't care much for those.

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    • #17
      Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

      Home PC:
      C2D E8500 OC 3.6Ghz
      8GB DDR2-800
      XFX 260 GTX

      FPS: Maybe 30? It is not good. Mixed settings between medium and high. No AA or Anistrophic filtering

      Work PC(Similar to my new build)
      I7-2600k
      8GB DDR3-1333
      EVGA 570 GTX

      FPS: Smooth. Can't detect it but its gotta be around 50-60 fps. Ultra settings exept for AA and anistrophic filter. I don't care much for those.

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      • #18
        Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

        Originally posted by DigitalAssassin View Post
        I'm actually running 1280X1024 which I'm sure helps.
        Probably, I'm running

        Intel i-7 2500K @ 4.2ghz
        8Gb RAM
        Radeon 4850 1GB

        Resolution: 1920x1080

        It's horribly slow even with everything on low. I think I might have some driver issues as BC2 was very much playable.

        Tonight I'm going to try a lower resolution and see if it's more playable.

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        • #19
          Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

          Definitely try a lower resolution as I'm running a quad core 2.4Ghz, 4GB RAM and a 1GB 4850 at 1280X1024 and running everything on medium or high and it's pretty smooth.

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          • #20
            Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

            Thanks for the feedback. This is really helpful.
            "Press the red shiny button"~Vortex
            "I may give out, but I'll never give in." ~ Lou Bond "To the Establishment"

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            • #21
              Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

              Here's my settings and a graph of my fps for 10 minutes. Running an i5 2500k @4.5GHz, 8GB ram, and a 512MB 4870 that has been slightly overclocked.

              http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/5840/fpsg.png

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              • #22
                Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                Originally posted by K1E5ER View Post
                Here's my settings and a graph of my fps for 10 minutes. Running an i5 2500k @4.5GHz, 8GB ram, and a 512MB 4870 that has been slightly overclocked.

                http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/5840/fpsg.png
                4.5Ghz huh, nice.

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                • #23
                  Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                  Originally posted by K1E5ER View Post
                  Here's my settings and a graph of my fps for 10 minutes. Running an i5 2500k @4.5GHz, 8GB ram, and a 512MB 4870 that has been slightly overclocked.

                  http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/5840/fpsg.png
                  How are you logging/displaying your FPS?

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                  • #24
                    Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                    My specs:
                    i5 2500K, GTX570, 16GB RAM (built for BF3), SSD

                    Runs on a mix of ultra and high settings smoothly.

                    I have not run proper benchmarks yet. That being said, FRAPS is showing 60+ FPS. I'm pretty sensitive to video lag, and BF3 has run smoothly. In fact, I did not look at the video settings at all until day 2. They were on auto which had a mix of ultra and high.

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                    • #25
                      Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                      Originally posted by BleedingKnee View Post
                      How are you logging/displaying your FPS?
                      I am using the built in benchmark in FRAPS. I set mine to benchmark for 600 seconds so I could get a good average number. The data is stored in your FRAPS folder, which you can then open in Excel.

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                      • #26
                        Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                        Interestingly, after I upped my FOV to 90 degrees it plays smoother. Huh.
                        Plays well at 1280x1024, OKish at 1680x1050.

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                        • #27
                          Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                          i7-2600k w/ Turbo boost @ 4.2 GHZ
                          120GB Patriot Wildfire SSD
                          16GB DDR3 1600
                          2x ATI 6970 in crossfire
                          Resolution: 1920x1080

                          With everything on -- AA and everything on ultra -- seems to give me 40-60FPS from what I can tell (didn't count exactly). When it autos to high over everything, it must be well over 60, probably hundreds.

                          |TG| Eudiphon


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                          of states, and the virtue of individuals have been sacrificed, a question necessarily arises:
                          To what principle, to what final purpose, have these monstrous sacrifices been offered?"
                          - G.W.F. Hegel Reason in History

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                          • #28
                            Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                            Oops double post -- my bad.

                            |TG| Eudiphon


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                            "But in contemplating history as the slaughter-bench at which the happiness of peoples, the wisdom
                            of states, and the virtue of individuals have been sacrificed, a question necessarily arises:
                            To what principle, to what final purpose, have these monstrous sacrifices been offered?"
                            - G.W.F. Hegel Reason in History

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                            • #29
                              Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3

                              Originally posted by Iamthefallen View Post
                              Interestingly, after I upped my FOV to 90 degrees it plays smoother. Huh.
                              Plays well at 1280x1024, OKish at 1680x1050.
                              How did you up the FOV? I can see the FOV setting in the options menu, but it's disabled...

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                              • #30
                                Re: hardware specs performance, FPS and BF3
                                1. Download Notepad++ - Regular notepad does not work.
                                2. Go to My Documents \ Battlefield 3 Open Beta \ Settings
                                3. Make a copy of PROF_SAVE_body just in case things go wrong
                                4. Did you really make the copy? Double check.
                                5. No, seriously, make sure you have a copy.
                                6. Right click on the original PROF_SAVE_body, open with notepad++
                                7. On line 3, the first text is "70.000000". change that to "90.000000" (90 is max for the game to start)
                                8. Save the file.
                                9. Start BF3.

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