Titanfall's performance is still iffy but this benchmark should answer some of your questions

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Without applying a workaround the game is capped at 60fps, thought this was common knowledge by now, there are enough articles and threads up about this problem..
 

theBest11778

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I just bought an MSI GT70 Dominator Laptop to replace my desktop, and it's frustrating playing TF. At 1080P I have have to drop all settings to low, textures to medium, turn off all AA to get smooth playback. I'm hoping it's just because Nvidia hasn't updated drivers for the GTX 800M series yet, but I'm pretty upset that this game is crippling my $1400 laptop right now. The GTX 870M should be close to the GTX 760 (desktop,) GPU which I have, and that runs the game fine.
 

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I would imagine the 870M is a great deal slower than the GTX 760 since the desktop GPU has 60% more bandwidth to work with.
 
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In case you are still wondering, I have a GTX 660 with a 3570k and with everything on high and minimal AA it runs between 50 and 60 fps for me.
 
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I have GTX 760 with 4GB and I can push the fps to 60 only with AA off and some of those settings turned a bit down. Everything at high and 4xAAgives me like 40 fps without much action in game.
I was chatting with EA help and they told me to reinstall the game. I did that and NOTHING has changed, so I dont know. I am hopeless now, my 760 should perform so much better. This really pisses me off. If anyone has some Idea what could couse this issue please do tell, I will appreciate it very much.
PS: Yes, I do have the lates driver. I even tried some older ones but everything was pretty much the same.