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Battlefield 4, GTX 560 / i7 3770K

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August 11, 2013 9:26:35 PM

Hello, first time posting here, sorry if I am in the wrong category or anything, but, my rig has:
-CPU i7 3770k
-GPU GTX 560
-4gb 1333mhz (Not familiar with RAM specifications, all I really got out of it)
-800w Power supply

I think that is all I would need to include for a good response, any answers appreciated, again, thanks. I would like to run bf4 med-high, and I do play on upgrading my HDD (7200rpm I beleive) to a SSD soon (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...) and also upgrading the RAM to 8gb. Any suggestions? I know BF4 reqs are not out yet, but an educated guess would be nice!
Thanks

Also, rig can run bf3 currently on ultra, biggest maps, 45+ fps.
August 11, 2013 9:42:52 PM

i had a gtx560Ti (1gb) before i bought a 670. and to have stable fps, i had to run med-hi (mostly medium). 1gb is not enough for ultra (do you have 2gb?)
bf4 should be close to bf3 performance, based on what i saw at least
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August 11, 2013 9:57:53 PM

Cons29 said:
i had a gtx560Ti (1gb) before i bought a 670. and to have stable fps, i had to run med-hi (mostly medium). 1gb is not enough for ultra (do you have 2gb?)
bf4 should be close to bf3 performance, based on what i saw at least


I have "http://www.rakuten.com/prod/zotac-zt-50708-10m-geforce-..."

I run it on ultra, CPU wouldent be a huge part of that would it?
I bought the computer at a pawn shop a week ago, $200, it was "broken", all i had to do was reseat the CPU, came on, cleaned it out, installed bf3, it adjusted to ultra, i use "FRAPS" and it dosent drop below 45fps.
I dont know how to tell if its overclocked or anything, I did disable turbo on the CPU, didnt need it.
I'm not very techy when it comes to specifics, but I know how to build a PC, hardware only lol
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