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    Re: NVidia 5xx series and ArmA 3

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace22 View Post
    i7-950 stock is 3.0gzh. 4.2 is a pretty ambitious OC (especially with keeping hyperthreading on). 4.2 has been somewhat of the upper limit for most people without having to spike voltage to extremely high levels. 4.4/4.5 have been achieved on good watercooling but the voltage jump is so high I don't feel it's worth it.

    Nuckle are you gpu limited? you're running a 3770k Ivybridge correct?
    i7-3820 Sandy Bridge
    Intel Core i7-3820 Sandy Bridge-E 3.6GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) LGA 2011 130W Quad-Core Desktop Processor BX80619i73820 - Newegg.com

    My video card deal is odd.
    EVGA SuperClocked 012-P3-1573-KR GeForce GTX 570 HD w&#47isplay-Port (Fermi) 1280MB 320-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card - Newegg.com

    They say superclocked but when installed EVGA Precision they show a clock speed of 732. The link says they should be at 797. I just realized that. I turned them up to 775 with no issue but I am thinking I should be running them at 797min. Confusing.

    Sqyrel, what are your settings on?

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    Nuckle are oc'ing with the bios? Fermi bios editor guide - Guru3D.com Forums did you come across this one yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecOpsScott View Post
    How the hell do you get any kind of performance in ArmA III?
    Sadly.. blowing money on hardware upgrades. Bastards! I'm hoping beta next week will have quite a few more optimizations and go easier on our systems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecOpsScott View Post
    How the hell do you get any kind of performance in ArmA III? I run 460 Fermi, 8GB of RAM and an AMD 2.7ghz Hex Core and cant get much above 25FPS. Drops like a rock in city areas especially if there is any action going on.
    I sat here trying to figure out how to respond to this lol, but I came up with nothing. None of my stuff is OC'd.

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    I never notice any performance issues other then a bit of tearing when im trying to snipe @ 1.1+ KM. But you should see me fly a chopper, low to the ground, max speed, no issues whatsoever, as can be verified by all our fellow TSGers that get ferried around by me on the regular

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    Re: NVidia 5xx series and ArmA 3

    I usually get 25-30 FPS on average in a 50-man server, otherwise smooth 60 alone. Disabling Picture-in-picture (PiP) gave me a 5-10 FPS boost.

    i7-3930k 6-core OC'd from 3.2 to 4 GHz
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    Funny thing is, I have a barely-used GTX 460 that's been sitting on a shelf for almost a year.
    Last edited by AgentRev; 06-21-13 at 05:43 PM.

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    I set up a second monitor today. My CPU usage and GPU usage never goes about 20%. WTF?

    Hell I am not bottle necked, I am not using near my available.


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    Re: NVidia 5xx series and ArmA 3

    I like this setup:
    How to: CPU and GPU usage along with FPS in-game

    Looks like a pita to get up and running but it's really not.

    Also MSI Afterburner is a pretty good tool. I find either work alot better than the windows monitor.

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