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how many FPS do these 5 gpu's get in Battlefield3?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by MSI, Nov 30, 2012.

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    i know plenty about MSI Cards but i just dont know this....
    Also im only asking for Minimum FPS and MAXIMUM

    1)MSI GTX 670 Power edition
    2)MSI GTX 660ti Power edition
    3)R7950DualX
    4)MSI R7870 Hawk
    5)Asus GTX 560 reference
     
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    i need to know the FPS though
     
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    Read the reviews and they will tell you.
     
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    i read the GTX 670 Review i know its the best of the 5 but it didnt tell me about the fps in BF3
     
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    read the link i posted it has most of the cards there!
     
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    If he just typed one of the cards into the box, he would get everything that he needs.
     
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    thanks but the GTX 670 MSI POWER EDITION only gets 37 fsp
     
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    With what CPU? In what game?
    7 minimum, 1093u2548209875483 max
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    THIS IS THE FASTEST CARD YOU LISTED
    3 minimum, 1234567890987654321 max
    1 minimum, 2 maximum
     
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    whenever the numbers for the review is pushed out, we are talking about the max of the max settings.

    At 1920x1200+, I consider no AA maxing out, where this review probably includes 8xAA

    37 is excellent for BF3.

    I have a 7950 and I can max it out completely and not look back.
     
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    Thats at Ultra at 1440p with a FOV of 90.... so 37 is pretty darn good

    My GTX570 gets 55-60 at 1080p with high/max settings...
     
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    well is there an explantion to why the 660ti is getting more FPS the the 670?
     
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    Subbed, popcorn in hand.

    Seriously, just look at the TPU reviews that erocker pointed out to you.

    Also, it can happen that a souped up version of a slightly lower end card can outperform the model above it. That's how 660ti > 670.
     
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    You are looking at a overclocked 1 level lower card to a stock card. It just like a factory overclocked GTX670 can out perform a stock gtx680 card.. but you over clock the stock card and it's a different ball game.
     
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    Overclocks. Get the 670, its a faster card. ;)
     
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    I'll get him started...
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    This should show all the fps info you want. Give or take 3 fps per individual models. If you want more information or per individual cards check the review link that erocker gave.
     
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    I would go with any but #5
     
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    I must say I'm impressed by AMDs 12.11 drivers; nice performance boost. I recommend the GTX 670; cool, quiet, fast and OC very well.
     
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    qubit says thanks.
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    lol there is lots of good info there for you to you look at, look and you will find :)
     
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    Oh crap i didnt see that
     
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    is that Average FPS though?
     

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