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Graphics Problem on Assassins Creed 3

sorry to bug all you computer experts, but I need some help with Assassins Creed 3. My son is home from college on vacation and I bought him a ASUS GTX-650 Ti card to put in the home computer and it came with a free copy of AC3. I installed the card and sure enough Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 looks a lot better (the only game I can play, ha ha). But when we started playing Assassins Creed 3, even with all of the settings set at the highest, it's still only looks maybe as good as call of duty did several years ago. I don't understand what's gone wrong and I can't find any answers on the Internet. Here are my specs: Dell XPS 8300 ,i7-2600, 16 GB RAM, Dell ST2421L(Analog) monitor, running Windows 7 64-bit Home, Nvidia GTX 650 Ti. the monitor is set at maximum resolution, the Nvidia drivers are only three days old. Any ideas? Thanks and have a good vaca!
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    when u put the settings on high
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVAJjWeobs4
    does it look like this?
    bcoz if it does, then there is no problem with your graphics card.
    it is perfectly fine, and no need to worry.
    if the game aint good enough to look at, then THAT is just a problem u have with developers!!
    and assassins creed is not gpu intensive either! and it is not exactly known for its graphics

    By the way if u want a REALLY good looking game, try "battlefield 3" or "witcher 2"
    but witcher 2 is an adult game, so it also depends on your son's age.
    battlefield 3 is perfectly safe, and look awesome too!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbZyd-gg-rY
  2. Best answer selected by ma2mw.
  3. You are absolutely correct dheeraj9933! Thanks so much for the information. I just got waylaid because on a few websites I heard comments about how good the graphics were for Assassins Creed 3 but I bet they were talking about console gaming instead of PC gaming.
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