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July 6, 2014 7:28:04 AM

Hey , I'm upgrading to get these specs soon (Only CPU and GPU) I would like to know how well it would perform.

CPU : AMD FX6300 (Upgraded from a Athlon II x2 270)
GPU: Asus R9270X (Upgraded from a HD 7770)
RAM: Corsair CMZ8GX3M1A1600C9 Vengeance 8GB (Leftover)
PSU: Corsair Builder Series CX 500 (Leftover)
Mobo : MSI 760GM-P21 (I know this is bad , It's all I had left from my other build)
HDD: Seagate ST1000DM003 Barracuda 1TB (Leftover)
HDD 2 : Seagate ST1000DM003 Barracuda 1TB (Leftover)

I have seen many videos on youtube where people have the fx6300 and r9270x , and can run bf4 on max. Could you please enlighten me on how and if this is possible?
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July 6, 2014 7:35:36 AM

If your playing at 1080p, most if not all games you can max the details out on.
My only suggestion would be to pick up an SSD
crucial, samsung, and intel all make good quality drives.

EDIT
if you sell your old GPU and CPU, you can probably get enough cash for a 128GB SSD boot drive
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July 6, 2014 7:36:33 AM

According to benchmarks, R9 270X/FX 6300/8GB RAM will max Battlefield 4 at approximately 30-40fps @ 1080p. Most gamers see this kind of framerate as unacceptable, but going to high settings will probably net you around 50fps. Most gamers would consider this playable.

As for other game performance, you should average high-medium settings in new games @ 1080p. For higher resolutions, a 270X won't cut it.
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July 6, 2014 7:41:35 AM

Tedfoo25 said:
According to benchmarks, R9 270X/FX 6300/8GB RAM will max Battlefield 4 at approximately 30-40fps @ 1080p. Most gamers see this kind of framerate as unacceptable, but going to high settings will probably net you around 50fps. Most gamers would consider this playable.

As for other game performance, you should average high-medium settings in new games @ 1080p. For higher resolutions, a 270X won't cut it.


I can sacrifice frames for quality , I know that sounds weird to some people , but I find games to be much more enjoyable when they look incredible.
Thanks for the answer:D  1080p will be more than enough:) 
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July 6, 2014 7:41:36 AM

Tedfoo25 said:
According to benchmarks, R9 270X/FX 6300/8GB RAM will max Battlefield 4 at approximately 30-40fps @ 1080p. Most gamers see this kind of framerate as unacceptable, but going to high settings will probably net you around 50fps. Most gamers would consider this playable.

As for other game performance, you should average high-medium settings in new games @ 1080p. For higher resolutions, a 270X won't cut it.


I can sacrifice frames for quality , I know that sounds weird to some people , but I find games to be much more enjoyable when they look incredible.
Thanks for the answer:D  1080p will be more than enough:) 
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July 6, 2014 7:43:11 AM

TechnoD said:
If your playing at 1080p, most if not all games you can max the details out on.
My only suggestion would be to pick up an SSD
crucial, samsung, and intel all make good quality drives.

EDIT
if you sell your old GPU and CPU, you can probably get enough cash for a 128GB SSD boot drive


I will keep that in mind for the future:)  I will most likely sell my 7770 to a friend in dire need of a new GPU
He has a XFX HD6450 , haha.
Thanks for the good news! I will look up some SSD's now:) 

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