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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    That's pretty cool man I haven't even tried spectator mode yet!

    As for more moaning about bf4... I think that based on the level you get to play on the beta, "Levelution" is just a complete novelty, gimmick, waste of time that quickly becomes annoying! Right at the start of the game you just get players going straight over there trying to take the tower down. It's just encouraging these idiots to NOT PTFO more than they already do! I bet no one will ever play a public game on this map where the tower doesn't get taken down.. I can see a scenario where one team really is having trouble taking the tower off another, so they take it down. But in reality this doesn't happen. Bases change hands all the time. And even if they were holding it down solid, they would have to have a lot of people there, so you could just go and cap all the other bases while they camp there anyway. Levelution is useless based on what I've seen so far. I'd rather they just put the time in to make the entire environment more destructible than having one stupid building that falls down! Let's hope the other levels actually do some decent with this!

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    Those who were having performance problems really should try it after the latest patch. Completely ironed out the stutter for me, and I've gained about 10fps too.

    The new beta catalysts help too for those with AMD cards.

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    Quote Originally Posted by Mother View Post
    @ iNeedAUsername you tried updating pb and directx?
    Don't think so, just installed the game and went straight online.

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    The new patch also fixes the odd performance on the FX63** series CPUs.


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    The game is a little better after the latest patch. But still suffers from annoying lag spikes every game I play. It is getting there though.. This one is definitely a cpu eater. Starting to think my 2500k has finally met it's match with bf4.

    Do you guys know when it's released btw? On battlelog and the bf website it says the 29th. But ea sent me an email yesterday saying it's out on the 1st next month! Eh??

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    It's playing fine on my 2500k. Patches made it quite a bit better.

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    I'm playing fine even on my AMD Phenom2 965 based system...no speed problems...but randomly it crash...I know it's only a beta.

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    Well Im playing it right now with an AMD 10 6800K. 4gb of ram and an HD7750... I can run at MID settings @ 1080p with 35-45fps. with the proc freq lowered to 3.6ghz since Im still on stock cooler.

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    guys don't take down the lag tower and everything is ok. as soon as that thing comes down the frame rate sucks. god i hate l3v3LU710N so far..

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    I was playing the game on a 2500K overclocked at 4.2 ghz and 7970 overclocked at 1125/1575 until I started getting insufficient memory errors. I have to admit the performance was not too good, however with newer driver releases, release game updates and ofcourse mantle the 7970 should be enough. I am the verge of getting another to crossfire, but may have to wait for the final game and see the price and performance of 290x and 290.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fyter View Post
    I was playing the game on a 2500K overclocked at 4.2 ghz and 7970 overclocked at 1125/1575 until I started getting insufficient memory errors. I have to admit the performance was not too good, however with newer driver releases, release game updates and ofcourse mantle the 7970 should be enough. I am the verge of getting another to crossfire, but may have to wait for the final game and see the price and performance of 290x and 290.
    i think bf4 is gonna be pushing people to get better cpu's more than gpu's. i am thinking of crossfiring my 7970 as well. but i was way more concerned about my cpu usage in bf4 because it maxed out a lot (2500k @4.5ghz). i did read their update earlier though and they said they are sorting the issue out. to what extent, i don't know. but there will be other games pushing us to upgrade the old graphics chips. i think watch dogs might be one of them..

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    Dont think my 2500K goes to retirement for another couple years On GTX660 SLI it runs just fine

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    I was running BF 4 beta on 2500k@ stock and a 560ti. It was 40+ fps on high settings without any fps drops.. Thinking to overclock the cpu and get a new gpu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bombili View Post
    I was running BF 4 beta on 2500k@ stock and a 560ti. It was 40+ fps on high settings without any fps drops.. Thinking to overclock the cpu and get a new gpu.
    Why would you buy a 2500K and not overclock it dude? That's what the "K" series is all about They're brilliant for it. If you have a good air cooler you should get it to 4.4 - 4.5ghz no problem. All chips are different obviously, but these have a really great success rate! do you have 2gb of ram on that gpu? you could always sli it. might be a cheaper option and still effective..

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    Re: Battlefield 4 discussion and Hardware requirements speculation

    Available for preload now. 24.4gig but it's coming down at a fair enough clip.

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    Preload coming through nice and fast here also

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