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Official BF4 System Requirements. GTX 660 or HD 7870 but 3GB VRAM?

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September 9, 2013 3:39:04 PM

Interesting. I have seen a 660 with 3GB, but not a 7870 with 3gb. :lol: 
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September 9, 2013 3:43:44 PM

Just disable any form of AA.
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September 9, 2013 6:55:06 PM

So does this mean I cannot even run this gave at full graphics with my 2 gtx 690s?

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September 9, 2013 7:01:19 PM

You can but when the vram is not enough it can cause slow down.
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September 12, 2013 6:57:20 AM

should i get an hd 7870 for bf4 or gtx 660?
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September 12, 2013 8:35:58 AM

gomilly said:
should i get an hd 7870 for bf4 or gtx 660?


well actually 7870 is faster than 660.
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September 13, 2013 1:05:10 AM

sometimes the devs exaggerate the specs.....when the game releases,many find that they can play really well with their settings...
y would they recommend 3GB DDR5??
is it badly optimised or wat so that it will not run well with lower end cards?
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September 13, 2013 4:57:41 AM

Kaunain said:
sometimes the devs exaggerate the specs.....when the game releases,many find that they can play really well with their settings...
y would they recommend 3GB DDR5??
is it badly optimised or wat so that it will not run well with lower end cards?


i think it is possible the were told/paid to exadurate the system gpu requirements because they know a lot and i mean a lot of people will buy nothing less than the recommended requirements when upgrading their systems. there is a lot of money to be made by manufacturers exaggerating a few numbers by a little
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September 13, 2013 6:07:44 AM

gomilly said:
Kaunain said:
sometimes the devs exaggerate the specs.....when the game releases,many find that they can play really well with their settings...
y would they recommend 3GB DDR5??
is it badly optimised or wat so that it will not run well with lower end cards?


i think it is possible the were told/paid to exadurate the system gpu requirements because they know a lot and i mean a lot of people will buy nothing less than the recommended requirements when upgrading their systems. there is a lot of money to be made by manufacturers exaggerating a few numbers by a little


The reason they recommend 3GB isn't because they're secretly working with Nvidia to sell 4GB cards haha. Battlefield 3 maxed out on my 7970 @ 1080p uses around 1700MB of VRAM. Since BF4 is on a new engine and undoubtedly has better textures, I'm sure the memory requirements are higher than those of BF3. They don't make a card with 2.5GB of VRAM so they recommend 3GB because the game will certainly require more than 2GB when settings are turned all the way up.
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September 13, 2013 6:38:46 AM

Zero Cool said:


Funny, the recommended cards are GTX 660 and HD 7870 but recommended VRAM is 3GB haha.

http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requir...


People forgetting BF4 will be optimized as drivers start to come out for the game as well just as the same as BF3 trust me they wont leave us hanging and they want the best experience for us as possible
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September 13, 2013 8:15:35 AM

determinologyz said:
Zero Cool said:


Funny, the recommended cards are GTX 660 and HD 7870 but recommended VRAM is 3GB haha.

http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requir...


People forgetting BF4 will be optimized as drivers start to come out for the game as well just as the same as BF3 trust me they wont leave us hanging and they want the best experience for us as possible


gomilly is ri8 they do exadurate
i believe BF4 requires 2.5GB vram at 1080p
can anyone suggest how will it perform in ultra at 1366x768?
talking about me....i have FX 8350 and HD7750 1GBDDR5 along with 4GB ram DDR3(will upgrade)
FTR:i played BF3 at ultra with 60fps avg
please someone advice about my rig
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September 13, 2013 2:42:52 PM

Kaunain said:
determinologyz said:
Zero Cool said:


Funny, the recommended cards are GTX 660 and HD 7870 but recommended VRAM is 3GB haha.

http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requir...


People forgetting BF4 will be optimized as drivers start to come out for the game as well just as the same as BF3 trust me they wont leave us hanging and they want the best experience for us as possible


gomilly is ri8 they do exadurate
i believe BF4 requires 2.5GB vram at 1080p
can anyone suggest how will it perform in ultra at 1366x768?
talking about me....i have FX 8350 and HD7750 1GBDDR5 along with 4GB ram DDR3(will upgrade)
FTR:i played BF3 at ultra with 60fps avg
please someone advice about my rig


Im guessing you might need to turn off aa but i could be wrong.
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September 13, 2013 10:14:39 PM

gomilly said:
Kaunain said:
determinologyz said:
Zero Cool said:


Funny, the recommended cards are GTX 660 and HD 7870 but recommended VRAM is 3GB haha.

http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requir...


People forgetting BF4 will be optimized as drivers start to come out for the game as well just as the same as BF3 trust me they wont leave us hanging and they want the best experience for us as possible


gomilly is ri8 they do exadurate
i believe BF4 requires 2.5GB vram at 1080p
can anyone suggest how will it perform in ultra at 1366x768?
talking about me....i have FX 8350 and HD7750 1GBDDR5 along with 4GB ram DDR3(will upgrade)
FTR:i played BF3 at ultra with 60fps avg
please someone advice about my rig


Im guessing you might need to turn off aa but i could be wrong.


i dnt turn on AA...it hits fps majorly
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September 14, 2013 12:36:43 AM

Kaunain said:
gomilly said:
Kaunain said:
determinologyz said:
Zero Cool said:


Funny, the recommended cards are GTX 660 and HD 7870 but recommended VRAM is 3GB haha.

http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requir...


People forgetting BF4 will be optimized as drivers start to come out for the game as well just as the same as BF3 trust me they wont leave us hanging and they want the best experience for us as possible


gomilly is ri8 they do exadurate
i believe BF4 requires 2.5GB vram at 1080p
can anyone suggest how will it perform in ultra at 1366x768?
talking about me....i have FX 8350 and HD7750 1GBDDR5 along with 4GB ram DDR3(will upgrade)
FTR:i played BF3 at ultra with 60fps avg
please someone advice about my rig


Im guessing you might need to turn off aa but i could be wrong.


i dnt turn on AA...it hits fps majorly

Ah ok i though you were talking about true/default ultra preset.
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September 15, 2013 9:52:15 AM

Does this mean GTX 770, 760 and 690 won't run BF4 Since they don't have 3 GB of usable VRam
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September 15, 2013 10:32:08 AM

ImSalvatic said:
Does this mean GTX 770, 760 and 690 won't run BF4 Since they don't have 3 GB of usable VRam


They will be able to run it just fine. People will run BF3 with a 5760x1080 setup on a 2gb card and not have a vram bottleneck. Any of those cards should be easily able to run BF4 at a 1920x1080 setup.
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September 15, 2013 10:48:25 AM

Apbg10 said:
ImSalvatic said:
Does this mean GTX 770, 760 and 690 won't run BF4 Since they don't have 3 GB of usable VRam


They will be able to run it just fine. People will run BF3 with a 5760x1080 setup on a 2gb card and not have a vram bottleneck. Any of those cards should be easily able to run BF4 at a 1920x1080 setup.


I hit 1650-1700MB VRAM usage in BF3 on Ultra @1080p. I think it will be over 2048MB in BF4 but all that really means is an AA drop for the 2GB cards. Of course this is just my guess, but in the Bioshock Infinite benchmark I hit 1970MB of VRAM usage. It's going to be close.

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September 16, 2013 7:12:33 AM

i hope i can run it at least as good as bf3 with a 5770 and ddr2 1066 ram(4gb) :D :D 
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September 16, 2013 9:08:56 AM

runnaky said:
i hope i can run it at least as good as bf3 with a 5770 and ddr2 1066 ram(4gb) :D :D 


well m hoping the same bro...
but i dnt thnk il be able to run in ultra.../
i played BF3 at 60fps
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September 16, 2013 9:48:29 AM

Do you guys think I will be able to run on ultra?

I7 3770k
12 gb ram
Radeon 7950 twin frozr
Windows 7
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September 16, 2013 1:27:03 PM

koof513 said:
Do you guys think I will be able to run on ultra?

I7 3770k
12 gb ram
Radeon 7950 twin frozr
Windows 7


ya i think you are going to max it at 1080P about the fps depending on the optimization but keep aa off you won't need it
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September 16, 2013 1:35:48 PM

I hope If i can Max it with aa

my pc

Sapphire HD 7870 XT
8gb Of ram Dual Channel
I5-4570 Haswell
Win 7 64bit
Resolution 1360x768

can i max it
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September 16, 2013 2:14:26 PM

You guys think this will be good enough on the High graphics pre-set?

HIS Radeon 7850 2GB
G.Skill 4GB Ram (will upgrade to 8GB soon)
AMD Trinity 3.6GHz
Resolution 1280x720
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September 16, 2013 3:08:42 PM

EpikGam3r said:
You guys think this will be good enough on the High graphics pre-set?

HIS Radeon 7850 2GB
G.Skill 4GB Ram (will upgrade to 8GB soon)
AMD Trinity 3.6GHz
Resolution 1280x720


ya i think medium high is good if the optimization is good maybe high without aa and i would recommend an intel cpu like i5-3470 or a haswell one like 4570 would be better or get fx-8320 at the least it isnot so expensive it is 160$ on newegg if you got a new intel you maybe max it with some aa
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September 16, 2013 4:25:35 PM

UM Mido said:
EpikGam3r said:
You guys think this will be good enough on the High graphics pre-set?

HIS Radeon 7850 2GB
G.Skill 4GB Ram (will upgrade to 8GB soon)
AMD Trinity 3.6GHz
Resolution 1280x720


ya i think medium high is good if the optimization is good maybe high without aa and i would recommend an intel cpu like i5-3470 or a haswell one like 4570 would be better or get fx-8320 at the least it isnot so expensive it is 160$ on newegg if you got a new intel you maybe max it with some aa


On 720p he could definitely run it on high preset.
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September 16, 2013 5:51:05 PM

Zero Cool said:


Funny, the recommended cards are GTX 660 and HD 7870 but recommended VRAM is 3GB haha.

http://www.ign.com/wikis/battlefield-4/PC_System_Requir...


it also says quad core Intel cpu, that could mean a q6600, or an i5 4670k, there is a huge difference. and a 6 core AMD cpu, it could be an fx6100 or 1055t, compared to an fx6350 is also quite a difference, yet they dont specify. yeah, they are pretty vague specs. they really should be more specific.
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September 16, 2013 7:05:41 PM

Still thinking if i will be able to get a decent frame rate out of my notebook
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September 16, 2013 7:58:54 PM

UM Mido said:
EpikGam3r said:
You guys think this will be good enough on the High graphics pre-set?

HIS Radeon 7850 2GB
G.Skill 4GB Ram (will upgrade to 8GB soon)
AMD Trinity 3.6GHz
Resolution 1280x720


ya i think medium high is good if the optimization is good maybe high without aa and i would recommend an intel cpu like i5-3470 or a haswell one like 4570 would be better or get fx-8320 at the least it isnot so expensive it is 160$ on newegg if you got a new intel you maybe max it with some aa


Thanks.
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September 17, 2013 12:12:44 AM

Can the GeForce GTX 760 (along with the Core i5-3570K, 8GB of RAM, and 750W PSU) run this game on ultra, 1080p and 60+ FPS?
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September 17, 2013 3:30:46 AM

EpikGam3r said:
UM Mido said:
EpikGam3r said:
You guys think this will be good enough on the High graphics pre-set?

HIS Radeon 7850 2GB
G.Skill 4GB Ram (will upgrade to 8GB soon)
AMD Trinity 3.6GHz
Resolution 1280x720


ya i think medium high is good if the optimization is good maybe high without aa and i would recommend an intel cpu like i5-3470 or a haswell one like 4570 would be better or get fx-8320 at the least it isnot so expensive it is 160$ on newegg if you got a new intel you maybe max it with some aa


Thanks.


no problem my friend i am here to help
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September 17, 2013 3:45:59 AM

Cube_of_Rubik said:
Can the GeForce GTX 760 (along with the Core i5-3570K, 8GB of RAM, and 750W PSU) run this game on ultra, 1080p and 60+ FPS?


the difference in the performance between the 760 and 7870 non xt near the 10% in gaming and the recommended requirements are for the 1080p i thought that so you can max it but turn aa off if it well optimized if not you have to low the resolution or settings of the game or you can OC if you have liquid cooler
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September 17, 2013 4:08:34 AM

Apbg10 said:
ImSalvatic said:
Does this mean GTX 770, 760 and 690 won't run BF4 Since they don't have 3 GB of usable VRam


They will be able to run it just fine. People will run BF3 with a 5760x1080 setup on a 2gb card and not have a vram bottleneck. Any of those cards should be easily able to run BF4 at a 1920x1080 setup.


Cube_of_Rubik said:
Can the GeForce GTX 760 (along with the Core i5-3570K, 8GB of RAM, and 750W PSU) run this game on ultra, 1080p and 60+ FPS?


the game isnt out yet, so noone really knows for sure. I would say ultra with 60+fps no at a guess, maybe 40-60fps.
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September 17, 2013 5:25:10 AM

UM Mido said:
Cube_of_Rubik said:
Can the GeForce GTX 760 (along with the Core i5-3570K, 8GB of RAM, and 750W PSU) run this game on ultra, 1080p and 60+ FPS?


the difference in the performance between the 760 and 7870 non xt near the 10% in gaming and the recommended requirements are for the 1080p i thought that so you can max it but turn aa off if it well optimized if not you have to low the resolution or settings of the game or you can OC if you have liquid cooler


Thanks, bud!
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September 17, 2013 5:36:28 AM

Zero Cool said:
gomilly said:
Kaunain said:
sometimes the devs exaggerate the specs.....when the game releases,many find that they can play really well with their settings...
y would they recommend 3GB DDR5??
is it badly optimised or wat so that it will not run well with lower end cards?


i think it is possible the were told/paid to exadurate the system gpu requirements because they know a lot and i mean a lot of people will buy nothing less than the recommended requirements when upgrading their systems. there is a lot of money to be made by manufacturers exaggerating a few numbers by a little


The reason they recommend 3GB isn't because they're secretly working with Nvidia to sell 4GB cards haha. Battlefield 3 maxed out on my 7970 @ 1080p uses around 1700MB of VRAM. Since BF4 is on a new engine and undoubtedly has better textures, I'm sure the memory requirements are higher than those of BF3. They don't make a card with 2.5GB of VRAM so they recommend 3GB because the game will certainly require more than 2GB when settings are turned all the way up.

Btw, you might be correct. However, bf3 had a memory leak probs on some maps. this means that the vram used by the game is not all needed, the 1.7gb you mentioned might be a false number, and i highly doubt the new engine will be having the same problem. Secondly, a new game engine means better textures indeed, but it also means better optimization and better streaming of info or whatever through the gpu. Finally, the matter of bf4 being paid by either or nvidia or amd is a possibilty, we cant exclude it. After all, the requirements might be correct and 2gb cant run it well on full AA, nobody knows yet, but lets hope(for me) a 2gb can handle it (:
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September 17, 2013 6:05:40 AM

Cube_of_Rubik said:
UM Mido said:
Cube_of_Rubik said:
Can the GeForce GTX 760 (along with the Core i5-3570K, 8GB of RAM, and 750W PSU) run this game on ultra, 1080p and 60+ FPS?


the difference in the performance between the 760 and 7870 non xt near the 10% in gaming and the recommended requirements are for the 1080p i thought that so you can max it but turn aa off if it well optimized if not you have to low the resolution or settings of the game or you can OC if you have liquid cooler


Thanks, bud!


no problem friend have fun
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September 17, 2013 6:18:42 AM

rubidium said:
Zero Cool said:
gomilly said:
Kaunain said:
sometimes the devs exaggerate the specs.....when the game releases,many find that they can play really well with their settings...
y would they recommend 3GB DDR5??
is it badly optimised or wat so that it will not run well with lower end cards?


i think it is possible the were told/paid to exadurate the system gpu requirements because they know a lot and i mean a lot of people will buy nothing less than the recommended requirements when upgrading their systems. there is a lot of money to be made by manufacturers exaggerating a few numbers by a little


The reason they recommend 3GB isn't because they're secretly working with Nvidia to sell 4GB cards haha. Battlefield 3 maxed out on my 7970 @ 1080p uses around 1700MB of VRAM. Since BF4 is on a new engine and undoubtedly has better textures, I'm sure the memory requirements are higher than those of BF3. They don't make a card with 2.5GB of VRAM so they recommend 3GB because the game will certainly require more than 2GB when settings are turned all the way up.

Btw, you might be correct. However, bf3 had a memory leak probs on some maps. this means that the vram used by the game is not all needed, the 1.7gb you mentioned might be a false number, and i highly doubt the new engine will be having the same problem. Secondly, a new game engine means better textures indeed, but it also means better optimization and better streaming of info or whatever through the gpu. Finally, the matter of bf4 being paid by either or nvidia or amd is a possibilty, we cant exclude it. After all, the requirements might be correct and 2gb cant run it well on full AA, nobody knows yet, but lets hope(for me) a 2gb can handle it (:



about that i think battlefield 4 is optimized for nividia cards like ASUS Geforce GTX 780 DCU II 3gb or Gigabyte GeForce GTX 770 OC 4GB
or this one GTX 660 Ti OC 3GB any way my thoery battlefield is optimized for nividia cards with 3gb like 660ti or higher at ultra with full aa and optimized for amd cards like 7870 like Sapphire HD 7870 oc edition so you should get a higher if you have an HD monitor if you playing on a lower resolution 7870 will be enough for 45+fps if the optimization is good but if you want high fps at ultra full aa 1080p i would recommend this to get +50 fps

VGA : SAPPHIRE VAPOR-X HD 7950 3GB GDDR5 OC with Boost
CPU : Intel Core i5-4670k if you like OC if not get i7-4770
Ram : 8gb will be enough but if more than 1080p then 12gb to 16 will be good if you want more fps get 7970 or head sli or croosfire
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September 18, 2013 9:32:04 AM

i was wondering will my sytem be able to run bf4 on ultra will solid frame rates. I have two zotac gtx 680 amp edition cards running sli,16 gb of corsair vengance ram a i7 3770k and two 1920x18080 monitors. For hard drive's i have two 512gb ssd from samsung please reply
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September 18, 2013 10:57:09 AM

People are forgetting BF4 will be optimized as time goes on just like BF3 was when drivers was starting to come out so mrsuperbuckets i think you will be ok bro
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September 18, 2013 11:04:41 AM

determinologyz said:
People are forgetting BF4 will be optimized as time goes on just like BF3 was when drivers was starting to come out so mrsuperbuckets i think you will be ok bro


can you please suggest at what settings il be able to play?
FX 8350
XFX HD7750 1GB DDR5
8GB RAM DDR3
(1366x768)
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September 18, 2013 11:07:19 AM

Kaunain said:
determinologyz said:
People are forgetting BF4 will be optimized as time goes on just like BF3 was when drivers was starting to come out so mrsuperbuckets i think you will be ok bro


can you please suggest at what settings il be able to play?
FX 8350
XFX HD7750 1GB DDR5
8GB RAM DDR3
(1366x768)


Im guessing med settings i know the 7750 isnt to powerful you would want something like a gtx 760/770 or ati 7950/7970 or so

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September 18, 2013 11:11:50 AM

mrsuperbuckets said:
i was wondering will my sytem be able to run bf4 on ultra will solid frame rates. I have two zotac gtx 680 amp edition cards running sli,16 gb of corsair vengance ram a i7 3770k and two 1920x18080 monitors. For hard drive's i have two 512gb ssd from samsung please reply


about the settings definitely max settings about the fps it is hard to predict it because of the optimization is unknown if it will be good or not but i think you are playing on 2160P maybe so i give it 55+ fps but keep aa off may you get higher but remember this predict not the real fps about solid fps this is hard to be because of the game is so demanding due to the requirements but don't worry you will run it with good fps at max :D 
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September 18, 2013 11:16:57 AM

Kaunain said:
determinologyz said:
People are forgetting BF4 will be optimized as time goes on just like BF3 was when drivers was starting to come out so mrsuperbuckets i think you will be ok bro


can you please suggest at what settings il be able to play?
FX 8350
XFX HD7750 1GB DDR5
8GB RAM DDR3
(1366x768)


look my friend your vga card isn't good for ultra and i really don't recommend amd processors but it is still good and yours higher than the recommended requirements about the vga you can play the game at high maybe with some aa ( i like to turn it off to get higher fps ) or you can oc or get your self 7870 or 7850 those will be good with aa at your resolution but when you get the game try all settings
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September 18, 2013 11:18:39 AM

determinologyz said:
Kaunain said:
determinologyz said:
People are forgetting BF4 will be optimized as time goes on just like BF3 was when drivers was starting to come out so mrsuperbuckets i think you will be ok bro


can you please suggest at what settings il be able to play?
FX 8350
XFX HD7750 1GB DDR5
8GB RAM DDR3
(1366x768)


Im guessing med settings i know the 7750 isnt to powerful you would want something like a gtx 760/770 or ati 7950/7970 or so



but i think 7870 and 7850 can max it at 768p the recommended requirements for 1080p so i think he is going to get good fps at high no aa
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September 18, 2013 11:20:55 AM

thank you
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September 18, 2013 11:26:08 AM

Kaunain said:
thank you


No problem ask anything you want to know and i will do my best
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September 18, 2013 11:33:14 AM

UM Mido said:
Kaunain said:
thank you


No problem ask anything you want to know and i will do my best


well...i dont care for BF4 more than watchdogs
based on the BF4 specs,i have seen that WD predicted specs are quite low,..will it be lower than BF4?
i know that UBISOFT optimises their games well(AC3 was an exception)
can my rig pull it off?
m just dyng to play that materpiece...any help will give me a relief
thanx
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September 18, 2013 1:44:47 PM

Kaunain said:
UM Mido said:
Kaunain said:
thank you


No problem ask anything you want to know and i will do my best


well...i dont care for BF4 more than watchdogs
based on the BF4 specs,i have seen that WD predicted specs are quite low,..will it be lower than BF4?
i know that UBISOFT optimises their games well(AC3 was an exception)
can my rig pull it off?
m just dyng to play that materpiece...any help will give me a relief
thanx



about watch dogs it is hard to can predict it requirements because that i heard it took five years of development so i think this game is going to be like GTA V or may even better and it is open world i heard about predicted requirements and it was

VGA : Radeon HD 6950
CPU : Core i5 or 8xxx amd series
Ram : 6gb
if those are the real requirements you are going to be able to run it high / max that is going to happen if it optimized if not med/high at your resolution and about AC 4 because there is many people care about it . it based on the same engine like AC 3 but iam not really sure so the requirements won't be much higher than AC 3 about the fps if the optimization is good maybe +35 high/max in watch dogs and i thought that
but i told you before i would recommend 7850 or 7870 or GTX 760 to get higher performance your pc is good but needs better VGA card
and may i can tell you more if you made a benchmark in tomb raider :survival edition 2013
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September 18, 2013 4:33:08 PM

Hey guys will my pc handle it? Specs copied from the website I just bought it from.... if it wont run it on high with 60fps I may cry

• Overclocking: AMD FX professionally Overclocked to 4.20GHz from 3.50GHz included in the price - Optimised GLADIATOR Overclock profile saved in the PCs BIOS
• CPU: AMD (Piledriver) FX-6300 Six-Core Unlocked Processor
• Graphics: AMD HD 7870 Tahiti LE 2GB GDDR5 DirectX 11 Graphics
• RAM: 8GB (2x4096MB) 1600MHz DDR3 Dual-Channel Memory (32GB Max. Supported)
• Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD5 AMD 990FX Chipset Motherboard
• Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120M Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
• HD Audio: Onboard 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio
• Case: Cooler Master K280 Black Midi Tower Gaming Case
• PSU: 600W Corsair Builder Series CX600M 80PLUS Bronze Modular Power Supply
• Optical Drive: LiteOn DVDRW Dual Layer DVD Rewriter (m-Disk Support) 24x DVD±R
• SSD: 128GB Toshiba HG5D Series SATA 6GB/s (SATA-III) Solid State Drive
• HDD: 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6GB/s (SATA-III) Hard Drive

Thanks
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