Quote: Originally Posted by Martin7R
I think I found the problem...
- according to DICE themselves, the Battlefield 3 crashes might be caused by the fact that some graphic cards come overclocked from the factory and they recommend to drop some of these settings. This is a fairly extreme fix and personally I wouldn’t recommend trying it unless you really know what you’re doing
I agree and I personally think it's a copout by Dice. In short B.S.
Anyway the only suggestion I can offer is to lower the game's settings so as not to stress the video card, or if you feel like the card is failing contact tech support and request an RMA (R
eturn to M
uthorization) - NVIDIA's Manufacturer's Warranty
On the other hand It may simply be that the game is a bit too demanding for the vidoe card. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 SE 1GB Review
. Also note the "Recommended
" system requirements for Battlefield 3
As for "underclocking" the card, no, I can't recommend any programs as I've never underclocked anything. You might check with some forum members at an Nvidia site.
And agian, see what others are saying at the BF3 forums!!! Trust me, when I have a game issues or question I go to that game's forum for answers.
I've also told you to look through my guide for tips, other than that I'm out of suggestions.