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March 8, 2014 1:42:31 PM

Should I upgrade my CPU or get a SSD? i Have a AMD FX-6100 right now. Will a better CPU affect my fps in battlefield 3 multiplay? thanks

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March 8, 2014 1:47:22 PM

An ssd will only help with loading maps, it will be faster. A cpu could possibly help your fps, it really depends on the rest of your rig. If you're bottle-necking or not.
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March 8, 2014 2:24:46 PM

upgrade to a 8320 or 6300... then do a little overclocking.

Multiplayer is hard on the cpu, so the better the cpu and clock speeds the better your multiplayer performance will be.
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March 8, 2014 3:40:23 PM

d1rtydeedz said:
An ssd will only help with loading maps, it will be faster. A cpu could possibly help your fps, it really depends on the rest of your rig. If you're bottle-necking or not.


Well I have a GTX 760 so how much will a better CPU affect FPS?
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March 8, 2014 3:45:11 PM

allhandsofsorrow said:
d1rtydeedz said:
An ssd will only help with loading maps, it will be faster. A cpu could possibly help your fps, it really depends on the rest of your rig. If you're bottle-necking or not.


Well I have a GTX 760 so how much will a better CPU affect FPS?


well it depends on what you have. If you have an FX-4100 right now and upgrade to an 8350 it could be a 20+ FPS difference
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March 8, 2014 3:50:08 PM

A CPU upgrade will make a huge difference if you're talking BF3 multiplayer. I upgraded from an FX-6300 (overclocked) to an i7 4770k and went from 45-70fps to 65-120fps with an AMD 7870 LE. I hit the minimum fps a lot less as well. With the FX I would mostly hang around 55-60, but would dip into the lower 50's quite often on certain maps. With the 4770k, I very rarely hit my lows, and usually hang around 80-90 fps on most maps. If you can, you should grab an FX-8320 or 8350. Large multiplayer games are extremely CPU dependent.
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March 8, 2014 3:58:28 PM

Shain Taylor said:
allhandsofsorrow said:
d1rtydeedz said:
An ssd will only help with loading maps, it will be faster. A cpu could possibly help your fps, it really depends on the rest of your rig. If you're bottle-necking or not.


Well I have a GTX 760 so how much will a better CPU affect FPS?


well it depends on what you have. If you have an FX-4100 right now and upgrade to an 8350 it could be a 20+ FPS difference


VenBaja said:
A CPU upgrade will make a huge difference if you're talking BF3 multiplayer. I upgraded from an FX-6300 (overclocked) to an i7 4770k and went from 45-70fps to 65-120fps with an AMD 7870 LE. I hit the minimum fps a lot less as well. With the FX I would mostly hang around 55-60, but would dip into the lower 50's quite often on certain maps. With the 4770k, I very rarely hit my lows, and usually hang around 80-90 fps on most maps. If you can, you should grab an FX-8320 or 8350. Large multiplayer games are extremely CPU dependent.


I have a 6100 and i want to upgrade to a FX 8350. How much FPS gain would i get in multiplayer?
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March 8, 2014 4:05:56 PM

allhandsofsorrow said:
Shain Taylor said:
allhandsofsorrow said:
d1rtydeedz said:
An ssd will only help with loading maps, it will be faster. A cpu could possibly help your fps, it really depends on the rest of your rig. If you're bottle-necking or not.


Well I have a GTX 760 so how much will a better CPU affect FPS?


well it depends on what you have. If you have an FX-4100 right now and upgrade to an 8350 it could be a 20+ FPS difference


VenBaja said:
A CPU upgrade will make a huge difference if you're talking BF3 multiplayer. I upgraded from an FX-6300 (overclocked) to an i7 4770k and went from 45-70fps to 65-120fps with an AMD 7870 LE. I hit the minimum fps a lot less as well. With the FX I would mostly hang around 55-60, but would dip into the lower 50's quite often on certain maps. With the 4770k, I very rarely hit my lows, and usually hang around 80-90 fps on most maps. If you can, you should grab an FX-8320 or 8350. Large multiplayer games are extremely CPU dependent.


I have a 6100 and i want to upgrade to a FX 8350. How much FPS gain would i get in multiplayer?


40-50 FPS mate :)  Get a hyper 212 EVO and overclock and you will get even better

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March 8, 2014 4:32:20 PM

Shain Taylor said:
allhandsofsorrow said:
Shain Taylor said:
allhandsofsorrow said:
d1rtydeedz said:
An ssd will only help with loading maps, it will be faster. A cpu could possibly help your fps, it really depends on the rest of your rig. If you're bottle-necking or not.


Well I have a GTX 760 so how much will a better CPU affect FPS?


well it depends on what you have. If you have an FX-4100 right now and upgrade to an 8350 it could be a 20+ FPS difference


Cool Thanks :) 

VenBaja said:
A CPU upgrade will make a huge difference if you're talking BF3 multiplayer. I upgraded from an FX-6300 (overclocked) to an i7 4770k and went from 45-70fps to 65-120fps with an AMD 7870 LE. I hit the minimum fps a lot less as well. With the FX I would mostly hang around 55-60, but would dip into the lower 50's quite often on certain maps. With the 4770k, I very rarely hit my lows, and usually hang around 80-90 fps on most maps. If you can, you should grab an FX-8320 or 8350. Large multiplayer games are extremely CPU dependent.


I have a 6100 and i want to upgrade to a FX 8350. How much FPS gain would i get in multiplayer?


40-50 FPS mate :)  Get a hyper 212 EVO and overclock and you will get even better



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