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Will my new gaming pc be able to run BF4 On ultra?

Yeah will it?

Specs:
Processor: INTEL Core i5-4670K 3,4GHz LGA1150 6MB Cache BOX Haswell CPU

Motherboard: ASUS Z87 Socket 1150 Z87-K HDMI DVI RGB 1 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 CFX ATX

Memory (RAM): KINGSTON 16GB 1600MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM (Kit of 2) 2x8GB XMP HyperX Blu Black Series

Graphics card: NVIDIA GTX760 2048MB 256BIT D5 DVIx2+HDMI+DP

Hard drive: WD Desktop Blue 1TB SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache
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  1. Not with that GPU, high settings on 1080p.
  2. Foldalot said:
    Not with that GPU, high settings on 1080p.


    Agreed.
    Overclock to stretch it out a bit.
    http://bf4central.com/battlefield-4-system-requirements/
  3. Strange then, i have seen it run on ultra + 1080p. I paid 1029€ for that computer so... Im pretty disappointed then.

    Edit: The pc meets those specs easily.
  4. Well you can try it but I think it would be more like high settings for a playable frame rate. The GTX 760 is the lowest GTX 7xx card that Nvidia has out so you really can't expect it to perform on the same level of say a GTX 770 or GTX 780.
  5. j0ku said:
    Strange then, i have seen it run on ultra + 1080p. I paid 1029€ for that computer so... Im pretty disappointed then.


    Where did you see that?

    Here are some benchmarks

    High settings (no MSAA)


    Ultra settings (no MSAA)



    Keep in mind that on the ultra benchmark the CPU is i7-3970x

    You won't be able to pull more than 60FPS on ultra 1080p and especially not with MSAA on

    And if you want to be competitive on multiplayer, anything bellow 50fps is consider as a drawback. So don't go over high settings
  6. bryonhowley said:
    Well you can try it but I think it would be more like high settings for a playable frame rate. The GTX 760 is the lowest GTX 7xx card that Nvidia has out so you really can't expect it to perform on the same level of say a GTX 770 or GTX 780.


    Ok.
    Watch this a little http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkzAHmm88SU
  7. j0ku said:


    Never trust youtube on benchmarking. Plus this is singleplayer, multiplayer is more demanding, or all you'll do with BF4 is singleplayer?
  8. Foldalot said:
    j0ku said:
    Strange then, i have seen it run on ultra + 1080p. I paid 1029€ for that computer so... Im pretty disappointed then.


    Where did you see that?

    Here are some benchmarks

    High settings (no MSAA)


    Ultra settings (no MSAA)



    Keep in mind that on the ultra benchmark the CPU is i7-3970x

    You won't be able to pull more than 60FPS on ultra 1080p and especially not with MSAA on

    And if you want to be competitive on multiplayer, anything bellow 50fps is consider as a drawback. So don't go over high settings


    Foldalot said:
    j0ku said:


    Never trust youtube on benchmarking. Plus this is singleplayer, multiplayer is more demanding, or all you'll do with BF4 is singleplayer?



    Im planning to play both multiplayer and singleplayer.
  9. Over 1000 Euro for that PC seems a bit expensive. If you would have built it yourself, you could have gotten it for around 600 Euro.

    Also it's not really a good system for gaming, since the CPU is a total overkill compare to the GPU. The most expensive part of a gaming PC should be the GPU, and then the CPU.
  10. -Quote-
    Agreed.
    Overclock to stretch it out a bit.
    http://bf4central.com/battlefield-4-system-requirements/
    -End of quote-


    Overcloking can break it. Have never done it before.
  11. Best answer
    just test it out and monitor your frames, that's the best answer you can get. Benchmarks are nice and all when the game isn't currently accessible to you, but if you have it testing it yourself will go farther than any benchmark.

    For example, I just got a new PC a few weeks ago, i7 4770 with a GTX 670 mini, according to benchmarks I should only be able to run it at Ultra without MSAA on if I want smooth frames, guess what? I'm running it on ultra preset, with the 4x MSAA on, in multiplayer and I never dip below 40 FPS, ever, no matter if a thousand tanks explode around me or not.

    one thing that contributes to my performance is the newest drivers, which definitely help
  12. lmaonade200 said:
    just test it out and monitor your frames, that's the best answer you can get. Benchmarks are nice and all when the game isn't currently accessible to you, but if you have it testing it yourself will go farther than any benchmark.

    For example, I just got a new PC a few weeks ago, i7 4770 with a GTX 670 mini, according to benchmarks I should only be able to run it at Ultra without MSAA on if I want smooth frames, guess what? I'm running it on ultra preset, with the 4x MSAA on, in multiplayer and I never dip below 40 FPS, ever, no matter if a thousand tanks explode around me or not.

    one thing that contributes to my performance is the newest drivers, which definitely help


    Ok. Thanks.
  13. Well, i tried to run it on my new pc and i got 50-120 Fps. Didin't lag, solved.
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