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GTX 760 for games like Battlefield 4 and Minecraft

Hello everyone!

I was thinking in getting a 760 for gaming purposes and I was wondering if it could run Battlefield and Minecraft, maximum settings, and what would be the frame rate on both.

As always any kind of help is much appreciated!
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    JP7PlaysMC said:
    Hello everyone!

    I was thinking in getting a 760 for gaming purposes and I was wondering if it could run Battlefield and Minecraft, maximum settings, and what would be the frame rate on both.

    As always any kind of help is much appreciated!


    Minecraft?? :lol: Ofcourse, would run with the highest with tons of mods to your liking with really less performance loss! Cause minecraft is a really simple game which demands pretty less graphics and it's operated with Java. Might have some problems with stuttering though. The game is sometimes a bit unoptimized at some points. Also when you detonate around 50 TNTs at once. :lol: :D

    And Battlefield 4, it depends on the resolution. If you're going all 1080p you'll get around 45-60 FPS during gameplay. But you might have to tone the settings down if you're gonna go 1440p, though. :)
  2. Flem said:
    JP7PlaysMC said:
    Hello everyone!

    I was thinking in getting a 760 for gaming purposes and I was wondering if it could run Battlefield and Minecraft, maximum settings, and what would be the frame rate on both.

    As always any kind of help is much appreciated!


    Minecraft?? :lol: Ofcourse, would run with the highest with tons of mods to your liking with really less performance loss! Cause minecraft is a really simple game which demands pretty less graphics and it's operated with Java. Might have some problems with stuttering though. The game is sometimes a bit unoptimized at some points. Also when you detonate around 50 TNTs at once. :lol: :D

    And Battlefield 4, it depends on the resolution. If you're going all 1080p you'll get around 45-60 FPS during gameplay. But you might have to tone the settings down if you're gonna go 1440p, though. :)


    Thanks! Minecraft is the main game I'm going to play, and I understand it's uneficiency because of being in a Java platform. I know Nvidia cards are really good with the stuttering problem in minecraft, specially with TNT. I think the processor (I5 4750) isn't going to cause any bottleneck, so my one concern would be the graphics card, and I've heard that the 760 is a really good price/performance deal. About Battlefield, I intend playing it on 1080p so no worries about that.

    Again thanks a lot for your answer :)!!!
  3. JP7PlaysMC said:
    Flem said:
    JP7PlaysMC said:
    Hello everyone!

    I was thinking in getting a 760 for gaming purposes and I was wondering if it could run Battlefield and Minecraft, maximum settings, and what would be the frame rate on both.

    As always any kind of help is much appreciated!


    Minecraft?? :lol: Ofcourse, would run with the highest with tons of mods to your liking with really less performance loss! Cause minecraft is a really simple game which demands pretty less graphics and it's operated with Java. Might have some problems with stuttering though. The game is sometimes a bit unoptimized at some points. Also when you detonate around 50 TNTs at once. :lol: :D

    And Battlefield 4, it depends on the resolution. If you're going all 1080p you'll get around 45-60 FPS during gameplay. But you might have to tone the settings down if you're gonna go 1440p, though. :)


    Thanks! Minecraft is the main game I'm going to play, and I understand it's uneficiency because of being in a Java platform. I know Nvidia cards are really good with the stuttering problem in minecraft, specially with TNT. I think the processor (I5 4750) isn't going to cause any bottleneck, so my one concern would be the graphics card, and I've heard that the 760 is a really good price/performance deal. About Battlefield, I intend playing it on 1080p so no worries about that.

    Again thanks a lot for your answer :)!!!



    You're welcome. Happy gaming! :)
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