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Can this PC run bf4 at low+ 60fps constant on a 1080p monitor and how good is the airflow of this case?

Hey guys wondering how this pc will run (http://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/I_Smashed_Your_Car/saved/XpJtt6) and I'm also thinking do I really need the case fans or is the case good enough on its own?
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    that Case could use the extra fans, just to have better airflow.

    depending on the game, most of the time it will do it, but a few modern day games it won't.
  2. unknownofprob said:
    that Case could use the extra fans, just to have better airflow.

    depending on the game, most of the time it will do it, but a few modern day games it won't.


    Ty bro, I know the PC isn't the greatest but its my first gaming pc and I need the parts to run bf4 at an entry level, I will be severely upgrading it after about half year ish.
  3. Could you at least put more money into to save up for an FX 8150? Then go for a cheaper Graphics card, then upgrade to Maxwell GPU's sometime next year.
  4. unknownofprob said:
    Could you at least put more money into to save up for an FX 8150? Then go for a cheaper Graphics card, then upgrade to Maxwell GPU's sometime next year.


    Good idea I will definitely look into this an option!
  5. next year, the maxwell GTX 800 GPU's is defiantly something to wait for and spend all-out on.
  6. How would a R7 260x do in bf4 with 2GB and clocked at 1.07Ghz
  7. that will run the game well, but not ultra with 4x MSAA.
  8. It could do high settings. A stock R9 270X can do Ultra w/ 4xMSAA with 50+ FPS.
  9. Icaraeus said:
    It could do high settings. A stock R9 270X can do Ultra w/ 4xMSAA with 50+ FPS.


    I'll stay with the 270 then, but one other thing is there anyway I can still get the same performance for less because I'm exceeding my budget rapidly.
  10. There's not really any way you could cut down. I suppose you could go with a cheaper case but then you lose out on quality. The only way to keep or gain performance from then is to spend more.
  11. I_Smashed_Your_Car said:
    Icaraeus said:
    It could do high settings. A stock R9 270X can do Ultra w/ 4xMSAA with 50+ FPS.


    I'll stay with the 270 then, but one other thing is there anyway I can still get the same performance for less because I'm exceeding my budget rapidly.


    for the long run, that little bit more can save you heaps in the future.
  12. Hello, I'm not sure if you made your purchase or not , but if you're in North America buy the parts off Newegg and get a 270x. All same/better parts are on Newegg for much cheaper. The FX 6300 is an awesome choice, mine never goes over 25 degrees Celsius on stock cooler OC'd to 4Ghz. I also suggest getting a cheaper PSU. Seasonic has great options at higher wattage for around $60. Cheers!
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