GTX 570 For Battlefield 3?

What kind of fps would i be able to get with everything on ultra with no anti-aliasing with a GTX 570 paired with an i5-2500k @1920x1080? What about two 560's (non Ti) in sli?
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  1. 570 should be able to meet those requirements. Might need shadows at high. Really though the game looks better with a mix of high/ultra and at least 2x MSAA.

    I have a 570 myself and I've been pleased with the price vs. performance ratio in bf3 specifically.
  2. if i turn v-sync off im anywhere between 70-100. so if you have AA off and v-sync off than 1 570 will be great. im sure everything else can be ultra and have you get over 30fps
  3. 560x2 would beat out a single 570, but a 570 will still do the trick just fine.
  4. for less then the price of 2 560s you can get one 570... then sli that in like 9mo. to a year for half the price now. the only thing you'll regret is not going bigger
  5. tjosborne said:
    if i turn v-sync off im anywhere between 70-100. so if you have AA off and v-sync off than 1 570 will be great. im sure everything else can be ultra and have you get over 30fps


    With everything at ultra except shadows (at high) and 2x MSAA+ maxed post processing, I play at 60-70 fps on all maps with 1 gtx 570. My lowest dips are occasionally I will see a 54 or a 56 fps for a second in very heavy action on 64 player caspian border or something.
  6. casualcolors said:
    With everything at ultra except shadows (at high) and 2x MSAA+ maxed post processing, I play at 60-70 fps on all maps with 1 gtx 570. My lowest dips are occasionally I will see a 54 or a 56 fps for a second in very heavy action on 64 player caspian border or something.

    o really? they must have optimized it better over the last few patches. i tested it with fraps the day it came out. and that was it.
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