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GTX 580 - Is BFBC2 playable with details on full?

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a b Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 2:50:36 PM

Is BFBC2 playable with details on full? Medal of Honors?

Do framerates stay above 60fps?

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a b Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 2:56:45 PM

Probably, but I doubt it's as good as your trifire 5850s
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a b Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 3:33:01 PM

wolfram23 said:
Probably, but I doubt it's as good as your trifire 5850s

I've grown tired of the driver issues from release to release with AMD. I'm in the middle of a love / hate relationship with AMD. I like the performance of my 5850s cards, though I think AMD is losing focus of the crossfire customers with each driver release. The latest 11.2 drivers seem to lower framerates on most things. 11.1 and 11.1a just seemed like an attempt to rebrand the driver software. The 10s offered the wake from sleep issue.

When ATI was ATI, they just seemed more focused, solid and reliable to me. Now I'm not so sure...
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a b Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 3:49:46 PM

i remember there was someone replacing his 5970 with GTX580 a while back. he said that he can crank up the setting (like 16AF and 16 MSAA) and still get 60FPS solid every time with V-sync enabled though i'm not really remember what his resolution are. i think it was around 1920x1080.... :D 
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February 18, 2011 4:43:33 PM

ubercake said:
I've grown tired of the driver issues from release to release with AMD. I'm in the middle of a love / hate relationship with AMD. I like the performance of my 5850s cards, though I think AMD is losing focus of the crossfire customers with each driver release. The latest 11.2 drivers seem to lower framerates on most things. 11.1 and 11.1a just seemed like an attempt to rebrand the driver software. The 10s offered the wake from sleep issue.

When ATI was ATI, they just seemed more focused, solid and reliable to me. Now I'm not so sure...

Those 5850's would sell to make up nicely for the replacement of a 580. Although your current setup is better then what a single 580 will perform, you should get above 60fps on high settings.
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a c 468 Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 4:54:47 PM

Take it from someone who owns one. I play BFBC2 in the mid-60 to 80 FPS range, after cranking up all the in-game settings, then looking through the Nvidia Control Panel for more settings I can turn up to max. Ambient Occulsion at Quality, 16x AF, 32xCSAA, Antialiasing-Gamma Correction On, Antialiasing-Transparency at 8x Supersampling, and anything else I can find. All this at stock speeds. The Medal of Honor series and COD series are less demanding.
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a b Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 5:49:12 PM

dalta centauri said:
Those 5850's would sell to make up nicely for the replacement of a 580. Although your current setup is better then what a single 580 will perform, you should get above 60fps on high settings.

That's what I'm thinking. The 5850s work fine (with the exception of the most recent surprise driver issues), so I think I'll get a nice chunk of change for them to put toward the 580.
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a b Î Nvidia
February 18, 2011 5:53:24 PM

17seconds said:
Take it from someone who owns one. I play BFBC2 in the mid-60 to 80 FPS range, after cranking up all the in-game settings, then looking through the Nvidia Control Panel for more settings I can turn up to max. Ambient Occulsion at Quality, 16x AF, 32xCSAA, Antialiasing-Gamma Correction On, Antialiasing-Transparency at 8x Supersampling, and anything else I can find. All this at stock speeds. The Medal of Honor series and COD series are less demanding.

This is exactly the kind of information that will help me make a decision. I appreciate it!
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a b Î Nvidia
February 22, 2011 1:19:29 PM

Best answer selected by ubercake.
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a c 173 Î Nvidia
February 22, 2011 5:07:32 PM

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