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Can i run battlefield 4 on ultra?

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October 21, 2013 4:47:05 AM

I should also be able to run the next battlefield after 4 on high/ultra?

Ram: Corsair Vengeance Blue 8GB DDR3 1600MHz
MotherBoard: MSI FM2-A75MA-E35
CPU: AMD FX-6300 6 core processor black edition
Power supply: Corsair Builder series CX 500 watt
Hard drive: WD blue 1tb
GPU: Gigabyte Radeon HD 7950 3gb
Case: NZXT SOURCE 220

On windows 7

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October 21, 2013 4:53:43 AM

Yes you can! I get around 40-45 FPS on my 7870 on ultra. And your specs are actually the reccomended ones. Hope this helped
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October 21, 2013 4:59:14 AM

The Adventuring Bacon said:
Yes you can! I get around 40-45 FPS on my 7870 on ultra. And your specs are actually the reccomended ones. Hope this helped


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October 21, 2013 11:46:18 AM

I don't know why people are saying you can.

The benchmark on Tom's shows an average of just of 40fps on ultra with a 7950 at 1080p.

But that's with the superior Core i5-2550K CPU. I've been reading on the battlelog forums (god help me) and reddit and it's very common that people with the FX 6300 have frame rates most commonly in the 30's and 40's regardless of their GPU or settings.

Unless you come from a long history of console gaming you'll probably find that you'll want to lower the game settings if you're getting frame rates averaging just 40 fps. The FX 6300 isn't remotely a safe bet to be able to run the game on Ultra settings with a good frame rate. You should wait for launch day performance reports to see if the retail version is less of a CPU hog.

The recommended specs they laid out 2 months ago mean nothing. They were only targets they were shooting for, and as of the last beta patch the game was still requiring more CPU horsepower than few games that have ever been released. It remains to be seen whether the retail build will improve significantly in that respect.
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October 21, 2013 5:05:17 PM

DiesOnAToilet said:
I don't know why people are saying you can.

The benchmark on Tom's shows an average of just of 40fps on ultra with a 7950 at 1080p.

But that's with the superior Core i5-2550K CPU. I've been reading on the battlelog forums (god help me) and reddit and it's very common that people with the FX 6300 have frame rates most commonly in the 30's and 40's regardless of their GPU or settings.

Unless you come from a long history of console gaming you'll probably find that you'll want to lower the game settings if you're getting frame rates averaging just 40 fps. The FX 6300 isn't remotely a safe bet to be able to run the game on Ultra settings with a good frame rate. You should wait for launch day performance reports to see if the retail version is less of a CPU hog.

The recommended specs they laid out 2 months ago mean nothing. They were only targets they were shooting for, and as of the last beta patch the game was still requiring more CPU horsepower than few games that have ever been released. It remains to be seen whether the retail build will improve significantly in that respect.


I agree, but he said high/ultra,so he gonna lower some options,and the bench show i3 3220 avg fps 60 and min 49. fx 6300 is a good rig...and dont forget the drivers,they're going to be optimized at launch.(sorry for bad english)
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