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December 20, 2012 4:13:13 PM

So after I purchased premium for BF3 I've been getting really annoying jaggyness even though I'm getting 75+fps and low ping. This happens in all maps including aftermath maps. Here are my specs.

Ps. I'm using the latest drivers for everything. I also get some issues with games like hitman absolution and AC3 with it remaining in the range of 30-50fps. I really expected a lot more out of this card an I'm wondering if there is something I can do to try and fix this.

gtx 680 2gbSC
Intel i5 2400 @ 3.1ghz
8gb of ram
msiz77agd65 motherboard
850w Corsair PSU

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a b U Graphics card
December 20, 2012 4:22:27 PM

your cpu is a bottleneck, bf3 is heavy on cpu usage...play single player and see if your framerate improves
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December 20, 2012 4:41:46 PM

When it comes to battlefield 3, I don't fall below 75fps like I said. And I'm not just assuming this, I keep evga Percision on and let it monitor fps while i'm playing. After hours of gameplay the fps doesn't drop below 75 but jaggyness persists.
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a b U Graphics card
December 20, 2012 4:51:42 PM

I've experienced the "jaggyness" in bf 3 too but it went away with my upgraded internet...try connecting to a server with low ping and see if you still get that lag
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December 20, 2012 4:52:33 PM

sherifsaid123 said:
When it comes to battlefield 3, I don't fall below 75fps like I said. And I'm not just assuming this, I keep evga Percision on and let it monitor fps while i'm playing. After hours of gameplay the fps doesn't drop below 75 but jaggyness persists.



Two things come to mind.... Turn AA/AF up? I have a I5 at 4.8gigs and a 680 ....FPS will dip to 50 in some instances at 1080p. SO your graphic options might not be turned up to what they could be.

What kind of video card did you have before? You might have to do a fresh install of windows as some of the old driver may still be lingering. Even if you installed the latest drivers.
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December 20, 2012 4:52:54 PM

sherifsaid123 said:
When it comes to battlefield 3, I don't fall below 75fps like I said. And I'm not just assuming this, I keep evga Percision on and let it monitor fps while i'm playing. After hours of gameplay the fps doesn't drop below 75 but jaggyness persists.



Two things come to mind.... Turn AA/AF up? I have a I5 at 4.8gigs and a 680 ....FPS will dip to 50 in some instances at 1080p. SO your graphic options might not be turned up to what they could be.

What kind of video card did you have before? You might have to do a fresh install of windows as some of the old driver may still be lingering. Even if you installed the latest drivers.
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December 20, 2012 5:15:51 PM

I play every game maxed out so yes, AA is maxed. The gpu I had before this was a 560ti. @alvine I tried pretty much all servers with low ping. I still get the same thing. Single player I don't get this problem at all.
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a b U Graphics card
December 20, 2012 5:30:49 PM

alvine said:
I've experienced the "jaggyness" in bf 3 too but it went away with my upgraded internet...try connecting to a server with low ping and see if you still get that lag

It's the BF3 servers and your internet connection. Just try different servers. I have 680's in sli. Whether I'm playing in 1080p or 3x1080p, I get the stuttering from time to time. Going to upgrade the internet in the near future.
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December 20, 2012 5:40:46 PM

That actually might be true. However the jaggyness just disappeared after i turned off Vsync in bf3 and turned on vsync in nvidia control panel along with triple buffering. I don't know why bf3 vsync was doing that but idc at this point, my problem is fixed :) 
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