Update: 12/28/2012 I am now running @ 1920x1200 with High to ultra settings, and getting 60-200FPS must have been a driver update, or game update. So far this is the highest settings I can get on Battlefield 3 using my current setup. Memory usage maxes out at 983MB of the GTX285's 1GB available vRam. I'm supprised I can even use 1920x1200. the game is a bit smoother using 1680x1050, but looks better with 1920x1200 with lower settings. [caption id="attachment_1187" align="alignnone" width="504" caption="BF3 Battlefield 3 settings gtx285 1GB 3-way sli 1920x1200 X58 i7"][/caption]

Update To: E5300 / GT240 BF3: Nvidia Driver 290.53 BETA Windows 8 64-Bit Developer Preview BF3 Settings: Fullscreen Monitor [ 1280x1024 - 60.02Hz ] Graphics Quality [ LOW ] Texture Quality [ LOW ] Shadow Quality [ LOW ] Effects Quality [ LOW ] Mesh Quality [ LOW ] Terrain Quality [ LOW ] Terrain Decoration [ LOW ] Antialiasing Deferred [ OFF ] Antialiasing Post[ MED ] Motion Blur [ OFF ] Anisotropic Filter [ 2X ] Ambient Occlusion [ OFF ] Fraps Benchmark 3 minutes: Min Max Avg 30 62 48.379 [caption id="attachment_579" align="alignnone" width="608" caption="BF3 1280x1024 E5300…

Update on the Battlefield 3 Minimum system requirements test: Windows 8 64-Bit Developer Preview Nvidia Driver 285.16 Win8 Default (not the recomended) Intel E5300 Dual Core 2.6GHZ Intel G41 Motherboard EVGA GT240 512MB GDDR5 / 550MHZ-Core / 1340MHZ-Shader / 1700MHZ-Mem Corsair 2GB XMS3 DDR2/800 WD Cavier Green 160GB Here's what I came up with: 30FPS Solid 1024x768 60HZ resolution Settings all on Low / AA=2x To save alot of frustration I reccomend doing the following step: Start Origin in [ OFFLINE ] mode Start a Campaign, or Continue an existing Once the game starts hit [esc] >> Settings >> Video…