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Will this PC be able to play BF4 on High - Ultra settings and if so what FPS would it get ?

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January 23, 2014 9:46:49 AM


1 TB Seagate (1000 GB) SATA-III HDD 7200 RPM 64MB
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Intel i5 4670K - (4 x 3.4 GHZ) - Haswell
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January 23, 2014 9:51:04 AM

60+fps if your monitor can do it.
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January 23, 2014 9:51:07 AM

Short answer - Yes. You should see FPS around 60 - 75 with an Ultra/High mix, mostly Ultra. Use the Geforce Experience Settings and then tweak to your liking.
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January 23, 2014 9:52:23 AM

skit75 said:
60+fps if your monitor can do it.

What do you mean if my monitor can do it ?
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January 23, 2014 9:54:03 AM

d1rtydeedz said:
Short answer - Yes. You should see FPS around 60 - 75 with an Ultra/High mix, mostly Ultra. Use the Geforce Experience Settings and then tweak to your liking.

Ok thank you, what about other games like Assassins Creed Black flag ?
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January 23, 2014 9:57:15 AM

Black flag is a horribly optimized game. You should get around 40 fps on ultra
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January 23, 2014 9:57:40 AM

If you have 60Hz monitor, your video card would be able to push more frames than your monitor could display. If you have a 120Hz or 144Hz monitor, you would be able to see the card's full capability.
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January 23, 2014 9:59:25 AM

The game itself is around 20~30GB so you should be fine on space. You also have plenty of ram. And your processor is more than fast enough to run it. The only thing that might hold you back at all is your graphics card. That is if you're wanting 70-80 FPS. I would estimate around 60-70 FPS on medium and high and around 50-60 on Ultra. My setup is quite a bit weaker than yours and I can run Bf4 on ultra maintaining frames above 30.
You might see a frame drop on some maps when "Levelution" happens. As most of the levelution is buildings falling or something breaking and it might drop you down 10-20 frames.
Otherwise I think your system should run it fine. BF4 is not a very demanding game compared to some PC games.
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January 23, 2014 10:03:03 AM

skit75 said:
If you have 60Hz monitor, your video card would be able to push more frames than your monitor could display. If you have a 120Hz or 144Hz monitor, you would be able to see the card's full capability.


Cheers I appreciate the help.
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January 23, 2014 5:11:27 PM

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The game itself is around 20~30GB so you should be fine on space. You also have plenty of ram. And your processor is more than fast enough to run it. The only thing that might hold you back at all is your graphics card. That is if you're wanting 70-80 FPS. I would estimate around 60-70 FPS on medium and high and around 50-60 on Ultra. My setup is quite a bit weaker than yours and I can run Bf4 on ultra maintaining frames above 30.
You might see a frame drop on some maps when "Levelution" happens. As most of the levelution is buildings falling or something breaking and it might drop you down 10-20 frames.
Otherwise I think your system should run it fine. BF4 is not a very demanding game compared to some PC games.


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What do you mean by that? It is probably one of the most demanding games right now as far as I know. Sure there are others that will drag a system to its knees but they are likely limited by a single or dual thread. BF4 will use all 4 of my physical cores and a couple of my virtual cores on my i7.
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January 24, 2014 11:02:46 AM

skit75 said:
ClintBeastWood said:
The game itself is around 20~30GB so you should be fine on space. You also have plenty of ram. And your processor is more than fast enough to run it. The only thing that might hold you back at all is your graphics card. That is if you're wanting 70-80 FPS. I would estimate around 60-70 FPS on medium and high and around 50-60 on Ultra. My setup is quite a bit weaker than yours and I can run Bf4 on ultra maintaining frames above 30.
You might see a frame drop on some maps when "Levelution" happens. As most of the levelution is buildings falling or something breaking and it might drop you down 10-20 frames.
Otherwise I think your system should run it fine. BF4 is not a very demanding game compared to some PC games.


:pt1cable: 
What do you mean by that? It is probably one of the most demanding games right now as far as I know. Sure there are others that will drag a system to its knees but they are likely limited by a single or dual thread. BF4 will use all 4 of my physical cores and a couple of my virtual cores on my i7.


I mean that there are many PC games that are more demanding than BF4, for instance Crysis 3, Dayz Standalone and the mod. I suppose I shouldn't have worded that quite like I did. I meant for how the game looks and the size of the map it's not too demanding but it still is probably in the top %80 of demanding games.
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January 24, 2014 12:22:37 PM

ClintBeastWood said:
skit75 said:
ClintBeastWood said:
The game itself is around 20~30GB so you should be fine on space. You also have plenty of ram. And your processor is more than fast enough to run it. The only thing that might hold you back at all is your graphics card. That is if you're wanting 70-80 FPS. I would estimate around 60-70 FPS on medium and high and around 50-60 on Ultra. My setup is quite a bit weaker than yours and I can run Bf4 on ultra maintaining frames above 30.
You might see a frame drop on some maps when "Levelution" happens. As most of the levelution is buildings falling or something breaking and it might drop you down 10-20 frames.
Otherwise I think your system should run it fine. BF4 is not a very demanding game compared to some PC games.


:pt1cable: 
What do you mean by that? It is probably one of the most demanding games right now as far as I know. Sure there are others that will drag a system to its knees but they are likely limited by a single or dual thread. BF4 will use all 4 of my physical cores and a couple of my virtual cores on my i7.


I mean that there are many PC games that are more demanding than BF4, for instance Crysis 3, Dayz Standalone and the mod. I suppose I shouldn't have worded that quite like I did. I meant for how the game looks and the size of the map it's not too demanding but it still is probably in the top %80 of demanding games.


I was curious so just a FYI...

I observed some numbers last night. With my OC turned off (i7 920 @ 2.67) and a GTX 560Ti GPU running BF4 on Medium Settings:

All 4 physical cores run at 70-80% usage and 3 of my 4 virtual cores run at 70-80%. The 4th virtual core runs at around 10-15% usage. I did not check my GPU load but I am pretty sure even on Medium settings my GPU is my bottleneck for BF4.
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