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no... BC2 uses frostbite 1.5, BF3 uses frostbite 2.
BF3s minimum system requirements is probably BC2s recommended system requirements.
I was asking on average what the difference of FPS is. Obviously not on a game that hasn't come out yet.
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Dan already posted a benchmark, although that's on COD4 which is extremely old and isn't really relevant anymore..
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hmm..how about this? stick clocks though

Contemporary Graphics Accelerators in F.E.A.R. 3. Page 5 - X-bit labs




check the 6950 ;)
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Old July 20, 2011, 09:40 PM
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB Review

I do not know if you read the review, but this might help.
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get the 570 please, but if you can save some more money and maybe wait for a few weeks, buy the 580. or which I did was. I sold my 570 and got two 470's in sli, so much better performance all round. buy a pair of 460's they will cost you less than a 570, and if your system can support it, with those you will get a much better performance. You can go to anandtech.com and check out below a couple of comparisons:

AnandTech - Bench - GPU11

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However, if you must pick between 560ti or 570, then 570 anyday, yes there are some 560's that are crazily clocked that may come close to a 570 in performance, but they are also super expensive. and for few bucks more, you get an amazing card!
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A single card? Hard to believe either will provide playable framerates at 1080p and up.. look at Crysis 2 post DX11 patch...
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hmm..how about this? stick clocks though

Contemporary Graphics Accelerators in F.E.A.R. 3. Page 5 - X-bit labs




check the 6950 ;)

Its funny Dan how you pull charts from every site except the one you like to post at so much
I take a lot of the charts out there with a grain of Salt because the setups that are used are never identical to ones own.
And the other factor to consider is the garbage driver support you'll enjoy with ATi cards.

Vote, 560ti, in singles or pairs..

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Its funny Dan how you pull charts from every site except the one you like to post at so much
I take a lot of the charts out there with a grain of Salt because the setups that are used are never identical to ones own.
And the other factor to consider is the garbage driver support you'll enjoy with ATi cards.

Vote, 560ti, in singles or pairs..

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most charts are old and are not using updated drivers.
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IAnd the other factor to consider is the garbage driver support you'll enjoy with ATi cards.

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Have you used AMD cards recently?
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