Can my PC run Battlefield 4 on High or Max Settings?

My PC specs are:

i7 sandy bridge 3.4 Ghz (can go to 3.8)
8 gigs of RAM
GTX 660ti video card
Windows 7 (64 bit)
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  1. Max no, high maybe (depends what FPS are you looking for). At what resolution?
  2. I have a 650ti-b and I could run it on 1600x900 medium settings with a few on high, so you should be able to do high.
  3. Probably high settings at least. I'm assuming 1080p. Only part about your rig that could use an upgrade would be the video card, and it's not that big of a deal. The I7 SB is still very relevant gaming wise, 8gb's of Ram is still the standard.
  4. Yeah it would be 1080p resolution. I was thinking of doing SLI with my card sometime before christmas. Just wanted to see if I would be able to run it well and hoping to still be able to look better than the current gen consoles.
  5. You have i7 2600 right? I had a lot of micro stutter playing BF4 with that CPU which made the game unplayable. However when I set my mobo on performance mode, it clocked the CPU on 4.2 GHZ and more than 90% of the stuttering was gone. I'd suggest you to do the same (I guess you have that option)
  6. Foldalot said:
    You have i7 2600 right? I had a lot of micro stutter playing BF4 with that CPU which made the game unplayable. However when I set my mobo on performance mode, it clocked the CPU on 4.2 GHZ and more than 90% of the stuttering was gone. I'd suggest you to do the same (I guess you have that option)


    I can do that through the control panel right? set it on performance mode?
  7. I am not sure about that, I did it in BIOS. It also needs to restart itself and optimize to see if it's capable of running performance mode
  8. Yes you can run it, i7 was very good and GTX 660 Ti
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