Is This PC Good Enough to Play BF3 on Ultra?

These are the specs of my Prebuilt system.

CPU - AMD FX-4100

GPU - AMD Radeon 6950 2GB

Hard Drive - 1 TB Western Digital

Motherboard - Gigabyte AMD 760G Chipset + SB710 Chipsets - Dual Channel DDR3 1333 - PCI Express x16 Slot

RAM - 8GB G.Skill RAM 1333 MHz

I was just wondering if this build is good enough to play BF3 and other Modern games maxed out at 1920x1080 Res.

Thanks, Cameron.
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  1. Can anyone answer this?
  2. Better build:

    CPU - i3-2100 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115078&Tpk=Core%20i3-2100

    Motherboard - GIGABYTE GA-H61M-DS2 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128527

    A single 6950 won't max out BF3, but you can run it on all ultra without AA no problem.
  3. yes its fine. It really depends on what level of frames per second is acceptable to you. I had a 560 ti I was playing at 40ish fps on ultra 1080. It would dip down into 35 a bit I bet, but it was still a blast for me.

    With that resolution and that cpu + gpu combination you should get great results. No, you wont be getting 60fps at 1080 ultra, yes it will be very playable and awesome. I guesstimate around 45fps avg. Plenty of benchmarks out there including here on toms. cheers
  4. your gpu will not let you max out BF3 ultra settings @1080p maintaining smooth fps.but if you want to get more fps than a better gpu will help you a lot.READ THIS-
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-3-graphics-performance,3063-12.html
  5. Thanks Hellfire for that.

    Btw. I don't won't to go down under 30 fps and what is AA.
  6. AA=anti aliasing.it is a feature in video games for better visual qualities especially edges and texture quality of edges and it is responsible for great graphic demand by games.
  7. a good overclock may help you.
  8. As ridiculous as HDD prices are, you should probably snag a 120GB SSD, and in 4-6 months buy a 1TB HDD for around $50.

    Edit: Ooops!

    Put the extra cash toward a more stout motherboard ...
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