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AMD Radeon HD 7570 1GB DDR5 and Battlefield 4 (-esque)

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August 18, 2013 4:44:46 PM

Can the Radeon 7570 1GB DDR5 be able to run a game like Battlefield 4 on it's lowest settings with a resolution of 1600x900? I would like to run it as high as possible but will go low if I have to.
Also would this card's performance be any help with rendering with programs like Adobe After Effects CS6? I previously had an Intel HD Integrated Graphics chip so I'm sure the 7570 must do something better.

My computer specs: http://goo.gl/0GqsV7
Plus another 4GB ram stick.

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August 18, 2013 5:03:09 PM

its a weak card but will play bf3 on low settings and give a smooth enough gameplay @720p you may even be able to turn some of the filters up if you dont mind playing at or around 30 fps. bf4 is expected to be a little more demanding of the basics so i dont think you will manager 16/9 in fact i think you may struggle to get a constant 30 @720p this time round. theres gonna be a lot more happening on screen this time round. the maps will have more destructibility as far as buildings and roads go.

if i were you i would consider a psu and gfx card upgrade. if your happy with minimum spec then the 7770 it should last 4 years, if the next gen consoles sell well. if they dont a 7870(1 of the best value cards about) would be a good balance for the cpu and would last the lifetime of the pc.

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August 19, 2013 12:25:18 PM

HEXiT said:
its a weak card but will play bf3 on low settings and give a smooth enough gameplay @720p you may even be able to turn some of the filters up if you dont mind playing at or around 30 fps. bf4 is expected to be a little more demanding of the basics so i dont think you will manager 16/9 in fact i think you may struggle to get a constant 30 @720p this time round. theres gonna be a lot more happening on screen this time round. the maps will have more destructibility as far as buildings and roads go.

if i were you i would consider a psu and gfx card upgrade. if your happy with minimum spec then the 7770 it should last 4 years, if the next gen consoles sell well. if they dont a 7870(1 of the best value cards about) would be a good balance for the cpu and would last the lifetime of the pc.



What about games like World of Tanks and MW2/MW3?
Also I cannot find much information on the 7570, it is not included in most benchmark testers like AnandTech.
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August 19, 2013 1:05:12 PM

there are 5 models of the hd 7570. slowest first.
512, 1gig and 2 gig gddr3 memory
512 and 1 gig gddr5 memory being the more powerful.. (relatively)

the hd 7570 can be placed between a hd 4850 and 8800gt if its the gddr5 model. if its the ddr3 model then its about a 8600 in old performance comparisons.
why compare the 7570 to these older cards?. because these older cards are todays minimum requirements for new games.
to effectively run a game like mw2 you will need to be running at 1600/900 (1080p is achivable if you run on absolute minimum settings on the filters but the fps will bounce about a lot more than it would on a slightly smaller screen) or less with the 1 gig gddr5 card 720p or less with the 512 card. because todays games have a lot more texture data than they used to you cant get away with larger screen sizes and maintain your 30 fps minimum serttings.

if its the gddr3 model then your waste of time trying to game as its 50% below minimum requirements. which would result in 15-20 fps on the same settings mentioned above. the Gddr3 bandwith is a big limiting factor that will cripple gaming.

(hope that made sense)
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