Are you completely brain-dead? You originally said that yours dropped "regularly" down to 30fps. And I told you right above (and showed you) that most of the time mine sticks at 52fps and up "regularly." And I did this by putting as many as 10 soldiers on the screen at once, along with snow flurries, gunfire, background buildings and everything else.
The only time that my game dropped to 45fps was for a split-second, and it's quite clear to see that the scene it was rendering at the time was a lot less intensive than the ones where I was getting 52fps and up.
Now if you had originally said "my game drops to 30 fps on occasion" I might've let you off the hook, but you didn't say that. Again, your words:
And 1680x1050 / 1920x1200 [i]isn't "31 % less", it's 12.5 x 2 which is 25%.
And 75% of 52 fps, or what I get "regularly" is 39fps.
And if you overclock your processor / graphics card like I did mine, you will get an additional 5fps or more in performance, putting you at mid-40's.
And if you do that, then you're getting, on average, 15 more fps and about 8x the amount of AA you'd get in the 360 version of Call of Duty 2.. you know, that white sh!tbox that you like to dry hump so much around this place.
And no, you don't have a clue as to what you're talking about. That much has been clear for quite a while.