The texture quality in game is fairly terrible on certain things like the rocks and especially some bridges I've seen so far even with everything maxed, so I decided to use the AMD control center to improve the graphics and unexpectedly I gained high results:
This doesn't eat up FPS either as I didn't increase anything but the texture quality, so no triple buffering, multi-sample AA or anything, the only thing I increased was the Anisotropic Filtering to x16 and the Texture filtering quality onto high quality instead of its original performance setting, so if your PC is just fairly decent then you should be able to have much better visuals without the loss of FPS.
If you don't know how to get onto the AMD control center, just hit your windows key and type "AMD" in, it should appear at the top of the results:
You then want to go down to the "Gaming" tab at the left hand side and click on "3D Application Settings".
Then just scroll down a lil till you see both the Anisotropic filtering and the Texture filtering quality like here:
Drag both of the sliders to the right (make sure you untick the box that says "Use application settings" on Anisotropic filtering so you can drag the slider), after that you want to scroll back to the top and look for the save button, when you click save just look for the game application (it can be the shortcut on your desktop) and then hit open and your good to go. (make sure to restart the client so it takes effect if the game is still on while doing it)