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Old Jun 8, 2013, 04:16 PM   #1
tje25
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Arma II & Overclocking

Hey all, i have recently installed bootcamp onto my imac (late 2012, 3.4 i7, 8 GB Ram, GTX 680MX, 3TB Fusion and am attempting to play Arma II, specifically the Dayz mod.

First of all just wondering if any of you are doing the same? I have managed to get fairly average FPS of around a solid 65 in quiet areas but dropping to as low as 20 in high traffic areas, this is at med-high settings, now i know this i partially due to the fact that Arma II is a complete pig to run but have any of you out there overclocked your machines, is it even possible?! Sorry, i am by my own admittance new to all of this in truth!

If any of you are also running Dayz are you getting a better fps rate and what settings are you using?

Edit: I have already installed the latest drivers from Nvidia, giving me great performance in Oblivion, which is the only other game on the system so far on ultra high settings.
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Old Jun 10, 2013, 04:03 AM   #2
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Just don't play in native resolution?
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