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Would a radeon hd 7790, fx6350, 8gb ram run battlefield 4 on medium-ultra settings?

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November 24, 2013 5:13:20 AM
November 24, 2013 5:18:21 AM

what resolution? 7790 is weak, might be good for medium, not ultra.
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November 24, 2013 5:31:47 AM

1900x1080 res, i've seen benchmarks where it ran on high with 30-40 fps, just posting here to make sure. Also, puld th fx6350 bottlrneck it?
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November 24, 2013 5:47:19 AM

HD7790 on Ultra is probably about 18FPS (HD7770 is 14FPS): http://www.techspot.com/review/734-battlefield-4-benchm...

CPU doesn't appear to bottleneck too much though I suspect the FX-6300 would have more DIPS in frame rate over a good i5/i7:
http://www.techspot.com/review/734-battlefield-4-benchm...

HD7790 and BF4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrvniwbeVWM

He doesn't say what his settings are, but he says he recommends playing on HIGH at 60FPS instead. Huh? Is he higher than HIGH with an HD7790 because that seems unlikely.

Regardless you can see the game looks GREAT at about 40 to 60FPS on an HD7790.

Points:
1) You need to set a tweaking GOAL.
a) VSYNC OFF at 40FPS (Screen tearing)
b) VSYNC ON at 60FPS (drop quality a lot to maintain 60FPS most of the time)
c) VSYNC ON at 30FPS (too much lag. If you have VSYNC ON and drop below 60FPS you resynch at 30FPS regardless of what FRAPS reports).

2) MANTLE should increase performance but I'd be guessing by how much. Here's my guess: between 10% and 20%.

3) You might be better off running at 1600x900.

4) Ultimate tweaking (if possible):
a) turn VSYNC OFF and FRAPS ON
b) res to 1600x900 (see how much frame rate improves and quality drops)
c) tweak anti-aliasing and other settings
d) fine tune reading online guides
e) MANTLE update for more performance

Again, you always tweak to a goal such as 40FPS VSYNC OFF.
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November 24, 2013 5:56:04 AM

Update: I watched more of the video and saw some pretty big dips (below 20FPS) probably due to the HD7790 so keep that in mind.
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November 24, 2013 6:08:49 AM

photonboy said:
HD7790 on Ultra is probably about 18FPS (HD7770 is 14FPS): http://www.techspot.com/review/734-battlefield-4-benchm...

CPU doesn't appear to bottleneck too much though I suspect the FX-6300 would have more DIPS in frame rate over a good i5/i7:
http://www.techspot.com/review/734- battlefield-4-benchmarks/page6.html

HD7790 and BF4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrvniwbeVWM Gonna run it on high then, looks like it should run pretty well. TY for response

He doesn't say what his settings are, but he says he recommends playing on HIGH at 60FPS instead. Huh? Is he higher than HIGH with an HD7790 because that seems unlikely.

Regardless you can see the game looks GREAT at about 40 to 60FPS on an HD7790.

Points:
1) You need to set a tweaking GOAL.
a) VSYNC OFF at 40FPS (Screen tearing)
b) VSYNC ON at 60FPS (drop quality a lot to maintain 60FPS most of the time)
c) VSYNC ON at 30FPS (too much lag. If you have VSYNC ON and drop below 60FPS you resynch at 30FPS regardless of what FRAPS reports).

2) MANTLE should increase performance but I'd be guessing by how much. Here's my guess: between 10% and 20%.

3) You might be better off running at 1600x900.

4) Ultimate tweaking (if possible):
a) turn VSYNC OFF and FRAPS ON
b) res to 1600x900 (see how much frame rate improves and quality drops)
c) tweak anti-aliasing and other settings
d) fine tune reading online guides
e) MANTLE update for more performance

Again, you always tweak to a goal such as 40FPS VSYNC OFF.


photonboy said:
Update: I watched more of the video and saw some pretty big dips (below 20FPS) probably due to the HD7790 so keep that in mind.


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January 7, 2014 4:27:25 PM

You can run B4 with 779 at ultra 50fps average.
18fps?
really?
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January 8, 2014 9:37:41 PM

Navis said:
You can run B4 with 779 at ultra 50fps average.
18fps?
really?
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On an HD7970 it is possible, not on an HD7790.
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March 25, 2014 11:08:14 AM

You can run it on atleast high 1920x1080, on 70-80 fps, that is what i am getting on a stock xfx radeon hd 7790
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