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Battlefield Bad Company 2 Tuning Guide

Posted on Friday, March 19 2010 @ 02:20:02 CET by

For those using mid-range or low-end graphics cards it appears that a quad-core processor is a must for playing Battlefield: Bad Company 2. That said, those with high-end graphics cards are likely to have a quad-core processor anyway, so dual-cores are out then. Those with graphics cards such as the Radeon HD 4870 or GeForce GTX 260 should look into forcing the DirectX 9 rendering mode if they are unhappy with their current level of performance, as we did see reasonable performance gains when doing so.

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