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Battlefield 3 Ultra Settings 1920x1080 does NOT require a very powerful rig

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Published on Nov 6, 2011

Often times I had heard leading up to the release of B3 that it would be a very hard game to "max". From what I understand, even DICE released a statement claiming, in no certain terms, that anybody without a Dual GPU could forget about maxing it.

Well, I put this video out to prove this is not the case. I play it without fraps, totally maxed, and get 45-60fps consistently. With fraps, I get 30-45fps consistently. Not too shabby.

i5 2500k @3.2GHz
8GB DDR3 memory
Sapphire Radeon HD6970 2GB @ 900/1400
1TB HDD
650 Watt PSU
Windows 7 HP 64

Thanks for watching.

UPDATE: I lost patience and had to try Battlefield in Multiplayer, and there is hardly any difference at all.

Also, my "gaming skills" are NOT on display here. I was not trying, I just started playing, I don't care.

Thanks!

The video was poorly named. Should have said, "does not require an ungodly rig", or something.
When BF3 first came out, everyone was saying you needed a 590 or 6990 to max it out - which isn't true.
When I made this video, that's the context I meant it in.

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