Excellent Game, is broken. This. Take a look at my system, this is because I want a solid 60FPS on a 60hz screen - it's why at this stage I always tell people 120hz is a bad idea, it's amazing at 120FPS but, hardware is weak, coding is bad, people say 40FPS is playable (lol) these are the people making Nvidia STINKING RICH but that's another story. Hence, your in a world of hurt mate. Many years ago, I sold a nice 60hz monitor and went for a 120hz monitor and my god, worst move ever, trying to maintain 120FPS (or even close) lmfao. So I got rid of it, best your gonna get putting all you can into it or lowering details enough, is 60FPS 60hz (in 2013 what a joke lol) and this does not include Borderlands 2, it can't be done in Borderlands 2 as stated above, the game is broken, but in general I am speaking. Until more people start demanding performance for triple monitor setups, 120hz gaming, etc etc, we are stuck with chasing 60FPS at high details. Just be grateful you are not like me, and use VSYNC - you would probably cut yourself trying to play 120hz, I know I would. Good luck with Borderlands 2 it's an awesome game, but your gonna have trouble holding 60FPS (I cannot hold 60FPS in Borderlands 2 on my system) so 120hz quit the game or change your monitor for 60hz. That's my, not so helpful advice. Just one thing to add, pray for the time people are using 120hz 4K monitors, or 120hz triple 4k monitors (I DREEEEAAAAAAAM of this time, it's perfectly possible now btw they just won't release it all yet while they are able to make just as much money from 10% of the power required hardware) when it does arrive though, you can be damned sure you will then be able to play your games on your single 1080p 120hz monitor at 120FPS with high details - YEY!!! Bout 5-6 years I would say.