Question for the nVidia community
I'm basically tossing up between ATI and nVidia. The game I want to play is Bf3. I want to hear from you with your experiences with nVidia and Bf3. Things I want to know about are driver support...also I want to hear from people from the low end of nVidia right up to the top end range of card owners. Also I want to know how well SLI works in Bf3.Would you rate nVidia highly to handle Bf3?
Thanks in advance for any replies.
I'm basically tossing up between ATI and nVidia. The game I want to play is Bf3. I want to hear from you with your experiences with nVidia and Bf3. Things I want to know about are driver support...also I want to hear from people from the low end of nVidia right up to the top end range of card owners. Also I want to know how well SLI works in Bf3.Would you rate nVidia highly to handle Bf3?

Thanks in advance for any replies.

#1
Posted 02/17/2012 03:12 AM   
I got BF3 running like a charm, we have ManuelG over here on this forum too who is ever helpful, also Arma3 is gonna have PhysX.
So yeah, ...any specific questions?
I got BF3 running like a charm, we have ManuelG over here on this forum too who is ever helpful, also Arma3 is gonna have PhysX.

So yeah, ...any specific questions?

i5 4690k @4.8 /Gigabyte z97 G1 Sniper /960 G1 4GB /8gb Dominator GT @2400 /EVGA supernova 1200 P2

#2
Posted 02/17/2012 03:41 AM   
GTX 580's Rock, you can even ride Jets [img]http://forums.nvidia.com/public/style_emoticons/default/spaz.gif[/img] YEAH! [img]http://i1004.photobucket.com/albums/af162/jessemitchell25/bf3_2012_02_14_16_43_24_756.jpg[/img]
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#3
Posted 02/17/2012 03:46 AM   
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