CSF90 said:Just noticed that you pushed Far Cry 3 optimal settings out to Geforce Experience and thought I'd share mine, as they are higher and yet still give me a solid 60 FPS.
CSF90 said:I have a KFA2 (Galaxy in the US) GTX 670 EX OC, so it's slightly factory overclocked. No further OCing done as this tends to crash Far Cry 3 for some reason (an issue with the game though, I believe - my OC is stable in every other title).
CSF90 said:HDAO makes a massive difference in this and the performance hit is pretty small. SSAO looks nowhere near as good. Also, having 'Alpha to Coverage' not set to Enhanced in a game that has so much foliage is insane.
CSF90 said:The main FPS killer in this title is the Post FX setting - you have it set to High, but dropping it to Medium will give an extra 10 FPS at least and makes pretty much no visual difference. This then allows you to bump up other settings such as Geometry and Water to Very High.
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JohnSpitzer said:CSF90 said:Just noticed that you pushed Far Cry 3 optimal settings out to Geforce Experience and thought I'd share mine, as they are higher and yet still give me a solid 60 FPS.
Thanks, we appreciate the feedback!
mrwizzy2002 said:I cannot even get Far Cry 3 to show up on my GFE...
I understand that AO is subjective, as is the Alpha to Coverage. In truth, neither make a huge difference in terms of graphical appearance (although I do think that HDAO looks better than SSAO in this particular title). My main point was the Post FX option being lowered to give a pretty large FPS increase, thus allowing the increase of some of the other settings.
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