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Battlfield 3 Settings for GTX 650 Ti

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February 17, 2013 5:25:30 AM

What are the optimal in-game settings for a EVGA SSC 2GB GTX 650 Ti @1080p and a steady 25-30FPS?
February 17, 2013 5:34:50 AM

Depends on processor actually^

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February 17, 2013 5:35:00 AM

Depends on processor actually^

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February 17, 2013 5:42:18 AM

It can't be low-medium since I was able to run BF3 with everything set to ultra except SSAO instead of HBAO, Motion Blur turned off and 2xMSAA with a GTX460. A GTX650ti is even faster than a GTX460
February 17, 2013 5:48:00 AM

EzioAs said:
It can't be low-medium since I was able to run BF3 with everything set to ultra except SSAO instead of HBAO, Motion Blur turned off and 2xMSAA with a GTX460.


Let me clear this up a bit here
For smoother and better online game play then I would select low to medium settings. While playing online trying to max out all settings the FPS can decrease.
I've experience this with a list of cards but since he/she may be asking for the best settings to play while on a server it will be smoother on low to medium setttings.

Try it out yourself and look at the FPS but watch how there will not be any screen tearing
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February 17, 2013 5:56:47 AM

Did he mentioned playing online/multiplayer? or just the campaign? -_-

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February 17, 2013 5:57:10 AM
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Keiki646 said:
Let me clear this up a bit here
For smoother and better online game play then I would select low to medium settings. While playing online trying to max out all settings the FPS can decrease.


Even if someone isn't playing online, increasing the graphics settings will lower frame rates, that's normal.

Keiki646 said:
Try it out yourself and look at the FPS but watch how there will not be any screen tearing


Screen tearing is a result of the frame rates going over (higher) than the monitor refresh rates. Nvidia's adaptive V-sync can reduce it significantly.

Anyway, OP, the best settings are what you determine yourself. The reason there's lots of graphics/image settings in proper PC game is so that you can have good performance and quality. I say you try playing with the settings a little bit, it won't hurt
February 17, 2013 6:22:42 AM

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