Eh, it was never missing the levels from the PC version... the expansion pack also released for xbox as well. The graphics will probably be the same as the PC version basically, although I highly doubt will look as good as the PC version TRULY maxed out on a PC (16 x anti aliasing). The xbox still can't do more then 2x or at most 4x anti aliasing (smooths edges). If you have a pc to play on, just get it for that. The game is really meant to be played on a PC. So yes, I'm sure there will be all maps included.
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I bought a CORSAIR TX750 V2 from Newegg recently and I've just realized the fan sounds like a vacuum. Its a high pitched sound as if the fan is running 100 percent. Isn't this only supposed to happen when under stress (as in gaming etc.)? It's the noisiest thing in my rig and many people claim this thing is silent? Wow... maybe I have a broken sensor in the psu so it's running too fast all the time? I know it's the PSU... as I've turned dialed down all the fans only to come to the conclusion the sound is coming from the PSU. Any help on how to fix this problem would be helpful thanks!
The current resolution of my monitor is 1680 x 1050 (with dvi connection of course). My question is, is it worth dropping the money for a 21.5 inch just for 1080 p? Will it look clearer on that compared to my current 20 inch? I feel the max resolution of one monitor would look the same as the max resolution of another?
Just get an EVGA 570 and overclock it to a 580 (Around 850 to 900 mhz on the core clock will get you there). I say EVGA specifically because you get a free 3 year warrenty which even covers overclocking within allowed voltages. I bought mine for 280 bucks off amazon. Best deal I could personally find at this time.
I have the EVGA GTX 570 HD and at 1.1 volts I can get it to 875 mhz core and 1950 mhz memory without crashing in battlefield 3. The temps are at 75 degrees celcius during gameplay. I use my stock clocks (732 mhz core and 1900 mhz memory) for games that don't require much power. I noticed with 875 mhz core I was getting practically gtx 580 performance in BF 3. The 570 HD is basically reference design (as it only has 4 phase VRM) so is this safe for the card? Anyone know if EVGA's warrenty covers up to 1.1 volts?
Just disabled c3, c6 in the bios. I've read if using Offset mode you should disable those. I dropped my vcore down to + .030 to see if I can run prime stable and maybe c3 and c6 is requiring me to up my voltage when enabled. Either that or my RAM at 1600 mhz/ or pll voltage is not set right (at auto).
So +.05 volts on the vcore offset is about the least I can do without 4.5 ghz being unstable during prime 95 run through. So this is about 1.36 volts I believe or 1.37 (cant exactly remember) and got an average of 66 degrees to 69 degrees celcius for temps during prime (hit 72 degrees briefly). During a game, like battlefield 3, I get max 60 degrees celcius and that is just one core. The rest are in the 50s. As long as during games my temps are low this is acceptable right?