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Is This a Good Build for BF4?

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Can this build run BF4 with a constant 60 frames? Thanks to all who reply.

EDIT: A sound card is not necessary, correct?
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    Yes that will easily run it on ultra at 60 FPS.

    If you wanted to save some money:

    Get a mid tower case: (e.g. NZXT Phantom 410, Coolermaster HAF XM) and get a 750W PSU instead of 850 which is total overkill.
  2. You can get a OEM copy of Windows 7 Home Prem 64-bit for $78.99 until midnight tonight from Newegg.com
  3. Martell1977 said:
    You can get a OEM copy of Windows 7 Home Prem 64-bit for $78.99 until midnight tonight from Newegg.com


    Though I think buying an OEM copy of windows 7 is ill advised in general isn't it? Because the code is tied to your motherboard so if something goes wrong with the motherboard and a replacement needs to be sent out then you need a new copy of windows again? Or am I misremembering that?
  4. Ronaldspiers said:
    Yes that will easily run it on ultra at 60 FPS.

    If you wanted to save some money:

    Get a mid tower case: (e.g. NZXT Phantom 410, Coolermaster HAF XM) and get a 750W PSU instead of 850 which is total overkill.

    Will everything still fit in a mid tower case?
  5. BVBear said:
    Ronaldspiers said:
    Yes that will easily run it on ultra at 60 FPS.

    If you wanted to save some money:

    Get a mid tower case: (e.g. NZXT Phantom 410, Coolermaster HAF XM) and get a 750W PSU instead of 850 which is total overkill.

    Will everything still fit in a mid tower case?


    Yes, full tower cases are mainly for custom water cooling builds.
  6. Ronaldspiers said:
    BVBear said:
    Ronaldspiers said:
    Yes that will easily run it on ultra at 60 FPS.

    If you wanted to save some money:

    Get a mid tower case: (e.g. NZXT Phantom 410, Coolermaster HAF XM) and get a 750W PSU instead of 850 which is total overkill.

    Will everything still fit in a mid tower case?


    Yes, full tower cases are mainly for custom water cooling builds.



    Ok I see. Thank you for helping.
  7. BVBear said:
    Ronaldspiers said:
    BVBear said:
    Ronaldspiers said:
    Yes that will easily run it on ultra at 60 FPS.

    If you wanted to save some money:

    Get a mid tower case: (e.g. NZXT Phantom 410, Coolermaster HAF XM) and get a 750W PSU instead of 850 which is total overkill.

    Will everything still fit in a mid tower case?


    Yes, full tower cases are mainly for custom water cooling builds.



    Ok I see. Thank you for helping.


    No problem! Have fun with your build :)
  8. Ronaldspiers said:
    Martell1977 said:
    You can get a OEM copy of Windows 7 Home Prem 64-bit for $78.99 until midnight tonight from Newegg.com


    Though I think buying an OEM copy of windows 7 is ill advised in general isn't it? Because the code is tied to your motherboard so if something goes wrong with the motherboard and a replacement needs to be sent out then you need a new copy of windows again? Or am I misremembering that?



    Yes the code is tied to the motherboard, however, in the event of a failure, you can call MS and they will usually let you re-use it. I have done that in the past, they just wont do it if you are wanting to move it to a new computer.
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