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Hd 5850 extreme battlefield 3

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December 21, 2011 12:47:20 AM

guy's can you help me...plz.what's problem on my rig

my rig:
PSU : FSP HEXA 80+ 500w
Procie: intel e8400 LGA 775
motherboard: gigabyte ep45 ud3p
VGA: sapphire radeon 5850 xtreme 1Gb
Memory: team xtreme 2x1 Gb
HDD: WDC blue 500Gb

i have problem when running game battlefield 3. It's show in auto adjust my res:1280x800, 60Hz, and high setting in every aspect....but, when i play it the game lag......

what's wrong with my rig guy's can you help me...plz :( 
December 21, 2011 1:33:51 AM

set down the setting to medium and try.
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December 21, 2011 1:36:30 AM

Also check in task manager when you are playing if your ram or cpu are topping out in high settings.
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December 21, 2011 1:45:34 AM

Overclock your CPU mate... :) 
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December 21, 2011 1:50:57 AM

xtreme5 said:
set down the setting to medium and try.


refillable said:
Overclock your CPU mate... :) 


i have been tried every possible thing i can to my rig....i have overclock my CPU and GPU then i set down the setting to low, set the resolution down....it's no chance at all....

monsta said:
Also check in task manager when you are playing if your ram or cpu are topping out in high settings.

yes i check the task manager aswell, my memory run at 1.56 gb....and my 2 core run almost 100%


what's wrong guy's?i have run out of ideas.....
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December 21, 2011 1:53:10 AM

Your cpu appears to be topping out , turn off AA and AO, motion blur and reduce shadows, and see if it plays smoother.
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December 21, 2011 1:55:45 AM

In the catalyst control centre setting turn down everything to get most performance. And how much do you overclock it?
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December 21, 2011 2:15:32 AM

monsta said:
Your cpu appears to be topping out , turn off AA and AO, motion blur and reduce shadows, and see if it plays smoother.


any indication this rig bottleneck?
or the power supply because it's not 80+ bronze certification?

refillable said:
In the catalyst control centre setting turn down everything to get most performance. And how much do you overclock it?

yes i haven't chance the setting in catalyst because i set it in "use application setting" mode. my catalyst 11.12
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December 21, 2011 2:21:59 AM

I don't believe your psu would be causing the problem, it doesn't have to be a 80+.

What I'm thinking that could be a possibilty is you are maxing out your 1 gb vram and it is then eating into your system ram and could be causing the lag/stutter.

I know you said its running at 1.56 GB , but in some maps it may use more especially when there is a lot of activity such as explosions and players and using the vehicles.
I'm not 100% sure but it would not hurt to add more ram, with 2GB of system ram it just appears to be borderline.
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December 21, 2011 2:29:49 AM

monsta said:
I don't believe your psu would be causing the problem, it doesn't have to be a 80+.

What I'm thinking that could be a possibilty is you are maxing out your 1 gb vram and it is then eating into your system ram and could be causing the lag/stutter.

I know you said its running at 1.56 GB , but in some maps it may use more especially when there is a lot of activity such as explosions and players and using the vehicles.
I'm not 100% sure but it would not hurt to add more ram, with 2GB of system ram it just appears to be borderline.


yes i think same as you.....i'm lack in memory since i upgrade the windows to win7 32 bit from xp sp3 32 bit...

can this be serious problem with the need in spec from the modern game nowadays
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December 21, 2011 2:40:44 AM

renjin said:
yes i haven't chance the setting in catalyst because i set it in "use application setting" mode. my catalyst 11.12

No, not PSU, and try to disable that "use application setting" mode.

renjin said:
yes i think same as you.....i'm lack in memory since i upgrade the windows to win7 32 bit from xp sp3 32 bit...

can this be serious problem with the need in spec from the modern game nowadays

Upgrade your memory then! :) 
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December 21, 2011 2:41:04 AM

Its a shame you did not get Win 64 bit.

I think BF3 is a very demanding game, if you upgraded your ram to 4GB your Win 7 32 will only use 3 GB, that extra 1 gig could make the difference you need.

Ram is very affordable now , so it would be a good idea to upgrade it to 4GB.
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