570 MAX OUT BF3 3DVISION

hi i am choosing my components will a gtx 570 oc'd be able to run BF3 1080p at max settings in 3d
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  1. i need a reply quick
  2. Absolutely. Even a gtx 560ti 448 core will:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130758

    This zotac model actually comes with BF3 if you dont already have it.
  3. No. A 680 barely maxes it out as it is. and with 3d? heck no.
  4. Whoops, here is the zotac:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500231

    The evga model is a better buy if you already have BF3.
  5. Don't listen to him, he has no idea what he is talking about. A 560ti 448 core will max out BF3 at 1080p staying above 30 FPS in every scenario given you have a good CPU for 64 player maps.
  6. Scotty99 said:
    Don't listen to him, he has no idea what he is talking about. A 560ti 448 core will max out BF3 at 1080p staying above 30 FPS in every scenario given you have a good CPU for 64 player maps.

    I consider 50-60 frames and over a good framerate, for me if its any lower it seems a little laggy. And remember: He is using 3D as well, which drastically decreases FPS
  7. also i do need my frame rates to be above 30 fps (i want it some where around 25 to 40 fps max)
  8. My bad, i didnt notice he said 3d. For 3d you will need a much stronger card, gtx 580 minimum.
  9. if not will a gtx 580 be able to?
  10. also if you didnt read it says 570 oc'ed
  11. If you want to go anywhere near MAXING out battlefield 3 while being 3D, i would suggest a 680.
  12. Don't matter, a 580 is the minimum i suggest for a 3d monitor for ultra setting BF3. SLI would be a better idea, two 560ti 448 core, MSI version to keep heat down.
  13. No. No way with single GTX 580. I'd get GTX 680 or SLI GTX 570s 2.5 GB models. Remember you need double the ram too - for each eye. Only GTX 680 as a single card could do it, and for SLI - don't go with anything lower than GTX 570s, cuz of lack of VRAM on lower cards.
  14. rocketracer said:
    If you want to go anywhere near MAXING out battlefield 3 while being 3D, i would suggest a 680.

    1) how much fps would i get with gtx 580
    2) if not, can i run metro 2033 1080p 2x msaa high settings with gtx 580
    3) can a gtx 570 oc'ed run bf3/metro 2033 3d at low settings at 1280x720
  15. Sunius said:
    No. No way with single GTX 580. I'd get GTX 680 or SLI GTX 570s 2.5 GB models. Remember you need double the ram too - for each eye. Only GTX 680 as a single card could do it, and for SLI - don't go with anything lower than GTX 570s, cuz of lack of VRAM on lower cards.

    i have read anything under 580 cant handle the bandwith of the vram
  16. kevinspl said:
    1) how much fps would i get with gtx 580
    2) if not, can i run metro 2033 1080p 2x msaa high settings with gtx 580
    3) can a gtx 570 oc'ed run bf3/metro 2033 3d at low settings at 1280x720

    You'll probably end up, in 3d, running medium settings on BF3 is my guess. Don't worry, its just a little extra eye candy, its still a great experience in medium.

    EDIT: And OCing only gives you a few more FPS at max.
  17. so no point of getting righer vram versions
  18. rocketracer said:
    You'll probably end up, in 3d, running medium settings on BF3 is my guess. Don't worry, its just a little extra eye candy, its still a great experience in medium.

    can u answer all the questions
  19. You have read wrong. SLI cards can do it especially on resolutions like 3840x1080 (1920x1080 for each eye). With GTX 580 you'll have around 25-30 fps average, and drop into 18-20 during intense action. However, you can get away with single GTX 570 if you play at 1280x720. It's twice lesser resolution than 1080p.

    P. S. Stop spamming.
  20. Sunius said:
    You have read wrong. SLI cards can do it especially on resolutions like 3840x1080 (1920x1080 for each eye). With GTX 580 you'll have around 25-30 fps average, and drop into 18-20 during intense action. However, you can get away with single GTX 570 if you play at 1280x720. It's twice lesser resolution than 1080p.

    P. S. Stop spamming.

    how about extremely oc'ing a gtx 580
  21. If you want stuttering game play, sure, go for it. Either reduce resolution/drop 3d/lower graphic settings/get better card if you want it to be a pleasurable experience. I think high settings should be good for you for GTX 580. Just make sure to get 3 GB version though.
  22. From what I understand the basic rule of thumb is 3d will cut your FPS in half.

    Thus, a gtx 570 could do single player on high settings.

    BF3 large maps all maxed out will drain your gpu ram so you can't get by with mid ranged sli gpus with less ram.

    I am currently looking into an alternative of FXAA that I don't understand all that much.
  23. kevinspl said:
    how about extremely oc'ing a gtx 580


    The best value by far is a GTX680. Once they are more available get one with a non-reference cooler and you'll easily overclock by an additional 25%.

    You really should spend some time reading about the new GTX680, it's amazing. Little things like better Anti-Aliasing will also pull it ahead of the GTX580 even more when it can be utilized.

    GTX680 and BF3:
    http://www.guru3d.com/article/geforce-gtx-680-review/21

    It looks best at 1920x1080 with the quality near max so that it runs at 60FPS with adaptive VSYNC enabled for the GTX680.

    3D:
    You would need a 2xGTX680 setup (and supported CPU etc) to run at 60FPS near max quality, or else you can run at 30FPS which I don't recommend.

    SUMMARY:
    The GTX680 is awesome and BF3 looks great with it, however I'd much rather play at 60FPS than get 3D at about 30FPS (or turn down the quality to medium to achieve 3D at 60FPS).

    I truly can't recommend a GTX580 which is just not worth it IMO.
  24. I'd much rather play 3D vision at 60 FPS with lowered graphical settings, than max settings without 3D vision. This comes with experience. When you play in 3D, you can usually turn off things like DoF, because the 3D effect gives you natural depth of field. You also don't lose half your frames, more like 40%. I also notice that AA is not nearly as needed in 3D vision. With each eye getting slightly different jaggies, it seems to smooth it out to some degree without any AA settings.

    I'd recommend getting the strongest setup you can afford, with a single 680 to be nearly ideal in most games, but a little weak for the highest end games. You can decrease settings to play those games.

    If you really want to max everything, then a pair of 680's may be needed.
  25. So maybe buy a single GTX680 for now and see if it's good enough, then buy a SECOND one if it's not? (make sure you have SLI support)

    That's my advice.
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