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I5 2500 NON K and Gtx 760 2GB Lag on BF4

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August 10, 2014 1:09:14 PM

Hello

I found this WEIRD a I5 2500 and a Gtx 760 2GB ( asus) is lagging as F*ck on Bf4 but on Bf3 it runs smoothly

any problem?? updated Graphic card drivers and still nothing :( 
August 10, 2014 1:10:34 PM

what is your ping on the bf4 server and what is the network smoothing % set to?
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August 10, 2014 1:17:39 PM

What settings are you using? That CPU is quite weak for BF4, and the GPU isn't to great for higher settings either.
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August 10, 2014 1:26:24 PM

Fitzitz said:
What settings are you using? That CPU is quite weak for BF4, and the GPU isn't to great for higher settings either.


quite weak huh? lol its not even close to weak, its a quad core sandy bridge and on par with any quad core haswell chip of the same caliber.
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August 10, 2014 1:31:10 PM

Fitzitz said:
What settings are you using? That CPU is quite weak for BF4, and the GPU isn't to great for higher settings either.


He said lag, not FPS. Sounds like a network issue, not a hardware issue.
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August 10, 2014 1:50:20 PM

@Nikoli that would be the case were it not for the fact it is a non-k model, meaning it is very weak in comparison to a lot of other models available. Were it a 2500k, it could be overclocked, making it much closer to modern CPUs, but as it is, it will not compare to something like an i5 4670k/4690k.
In most games it would still perform relatively well, but in a game like BF4, which loves extra cores/cpu power/both, it does not compare to its alternatives.

@Alec I guess that is possible. Might just be a bad connection.
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August 10, 2014 2:08:22 PM

Filtzitz, both cpus have the same number of cores(4). The PassMark score fir the 4690k is 7729 and 2500 is 6214. The 4690 is higher but not by a lot.
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August 10, 2014 2:10:41 PM

Passmark isn't an accurate representation. Also, the 4690k is way stronger simply because it can be overclocked and the 2500 can't, which is why I said it was much closer between the 2500k and 4690k than the regular 2500
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August 10, 2014 2:57:49 PM

Well

Ping is 50-70

Fps on Bf4 70-80 and drops to 10 or 5 and screen freezes like 5 second and fps up to 70-80 again
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August 10, 2014 2:59:55 PM

Fitzitz said:
What settings are you using? That CPU is quite weak for BF4, and the GPU isn't to great for higher settings either.


I have tried Low high and Medium... :/ 
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August 10, 2014 3:00:35 PM

F****ck IS NOT SOLVED touched best answer as a mistake
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August 10, 2014 4:10:23 PM

i said same caliber... and there are no games with recommended overclocked processors. for gaming nobody is going to recommend buying a 4690k+z97+hyper212 for $350 if you already have a working i5-2500 because you simply will not gain any fps in any game made today.

http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/smartsection/item.php?it...
http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/smartsection/item.php?it...

you can skim through the rest of the benchmarks if you would like but basically for intel... any sandy bridge or later i5/i7 faster than 3.2ghz will not net any noticeable fps at 1080p near max settings. if it does gain fps, its like 100fps vs 110fps in non dx11 or at much lower settings. if you already have a 780ti/290x and your on a 120/144hz monitor, then it might be a good idea to go with an overclocked i7, but only if your starting from scratch.

as for that lag.... Julio you didn't say what your ping or server settings are for bf4. you could have your network smoothing down too low or too high depending on what "lag" you mean. describe please.
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August 10, 2014 9:20:43 PM

It looks like is not a internet lag...

Is like a fps drops

Playing with 60-80fps and SURPRISE fps down to 10-20
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August 10, 2014 9:23:26 PM

If you are getting extreme FPS drops it could be an error with your current NVIDIA drivers considering that Battlefield 3 runs fine while Battlefield 4 runs more choppy.
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August 11, 2014 8:03:47 AM

sora said:
If you are getting extreme FPS drops it could be an error with your current NVIDIA drivers considering that Battlefield 3 runs fine while Battlefield 4 runs more choppy.


i have installed the lastest drivers
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August 11, 2014 9:37:17 AM

Julio Tavera said:
sora said:
If you are getting extreme FPS drops it could be an error with your current NVIDIA drivers considering that Battlefield 3 runs fine while Battlefield 4 runs more choppy.


i have installed the lastest drivers

Try using DDU to uninstall and then reinstall your drivers from scratch. (http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-unin...) Make sure you boot into safe mode to remove the drivers, then boot back into the desktop and install the drivers, choosing "Clean installation" when prompted.

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August 11, 2014 1:03:58 PM

zaysk said:
Julio Tavera said:
sora said:
If you are getting extreme FPS drops it could be an error with your current NVIDIA drivers considering that Battlefield 3 runs fine while Battlefield 4 runs more choppy.


i have installed the lastest drivers

Try using DDU to uninstall and then reinstall your drivers from scratch. (http://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-unin...) Make sure you boot into safe mode to remove the drivers, then boot back into the desktop and install the drivers, choosing "Clean installation" when prompted.



yes do this... also if you ever had an amd video card in your system you should run it for amd also.... then reinstall the latest nvidia drivers.
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August 11, 2014 8:13:04 PM

Julio Tavera said:
sora said:
If you are getting extreme FPS drops it could be an error with your current NVIDIA drivers considering that Battlefield 3 runs fine while Battlefield 4 runs more choppy.


i have installed the lastest drivers


Set the graphics to "Auto" instead of High. It should adjust itself depending on the situation and keep the game smooth.

How much RAM does your system have?
Are you running a 64 bit operating system?
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