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hello, just wanted to know if this build based on the GPU and the CPU could run bf4 on 64 man servers

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August 6, 2014 6:59:28 PM

CPU: AMD fx 8350 4.0ghz 8 core processor

GPU: sapphire radeon r9 270x 2gb dual x

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August 6, 2014 7:43:44 PM

I have no idea with Battlefield 4 specifically, but I do know that the FX-8350 is a great CPU for BF4 and I imagine it will have no issues.

The R9 270X is excellent at 1080p and should have no issues, again. The R9 280 is a big step up, though, and it usually can be found for about $200, so i'd look around.
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August 6, 2014 8:39:38 PM

Zircoben said:
I have no idea with Battlefield 4 specifically, but I do know that the FX-8350 is a great CPU for BF4 and I imagine it will have no issues.

The R9 270X is excellent at 1080p and should have no issues, again. The R9 280 is a big step up, though, and it usually can be found for about $200, so i'd look around.


how much better fps would i be getting if i purchased the R9 280 ?
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August 6, 2014 8:49:16 PM

battleop said:
Zircoben said:
I have no idea with Battlefield 4 specifically, but I do know that the FX-8350 is a great CPU for BF4 and I imagine it will have no issues.

The R9 270X is excellent at 1080p and should have no issues, again. The R9 280 is a big step up, though, and it usually can be found for about $200, so i'd look around.


how much better fps would i be getting if i purchased the R9 280 ?


http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2014/05/19/am...

It's not a lot, but really, if you look at the specs of the card, it is a lot more powerful of a card and it is really a better investment. It is a lot like the GTX 760 vs 770.

http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-R9-280-vs-Radeon-R9-270X

Sometimes the R9 280s have sales that make them just like 20-30 dollars more than an r9 270X. What country are you in and what is the price difference?
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August 6, 2014 9:02:27 PM

Zircoben said:
battleop said:
Zircoben said:
I have no idea with Battlefield 4 specifically, but I do know that the FX-8350 is a great CPU for BF4 and I imagine it will have no issues.

The R9 270X is excellent at 1080p and should have no issues, again. The R9 280 is a big step up, though, and it usually can be found for about $200, so i'd look around.


how much better fps would i be getting if i purchased the R9 280 ?


http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2014/05/19/am...

It's not a lot, but really, if you look at the specs of the card, it is a lot more powerful of a card and it is really a better investment. It is a lot like the GTX 760 vs 770.

http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-R9-280-vs-Radeon-R9-270X

Sometimes the R9 280s have sales that make them just like 20-30 dollars more than an r9 270X. What country are you in and what is the price difference?


im in the usa, and i'm actually thinking of getting the R9 280x. how good would it perform with bf4 ? and it only cost's about 285 dollars
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August 8, 2014 3:53:36 AM

I can play ultra (2msaa) with great fps, although the visual difference between medium and ultra is not that big :D 
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