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Originally Posted by EVILNOK View Post

http://symthic.com/bf4-stats

You can do side by side comparisons with attachments etc.

I mean my personal stats, not weapon stats. All I can find for different weapons on BattleLog is accuracy.
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

I mean my personal stats, not weapon stats. All I can find for different weapons on BattleLog is accuracy.

In battlelog, click on soldier then stats. It basically just shows acc and kills though and out to the right the weapon stats. Check here also for more detailed personal stats:

http://bf4stats.com/
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I mean my personal stats, not weapon stats. All I can find for different weapons on BattleLog is accuracy.

Go into Battlelog and click on the stats tab:

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I just checked my battlepacks and apparently today was Premium battlepack day. If you like black & yellow dog tags you're in luck. Also I guess they added the Naval Strike camos to Battlelog also at some point:


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Edited by EVILNOK - 3/13/14 at 8:08pm
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Thanks 66racer for taking the time. It's thanks to you that I went back and I enabled windows to manage the page file for all drives. It worked, no DX/Low Mem crashes!

I have an SSD but 16GB of Memory in the Hawaiian build but only 8GB of RAM in BitoHeaven. Having the page file turned off in the Hawaiian build didn't hurt it any, but BF4 needed more then the 8GB RAM in BitoHeaven.

After I played for a while in BF4, I checked after turning the page file loose which consumed 7GB from the SSD. I think, I'll give it 4GB, and reduce it by .5GB every session to find the ideal page file for BF4.

To think I played a dozen or so games on that computer so far, including games like Crysis 3, Far Cry 3, Bioshock Infinite, Borderlands 2, Deus Ex Revolution etc... and none screamed for more memory via a page file.
 
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Go into Battlelog and click on the stats tab:


That's what I found in BattleLog, but I was looking for more.
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Originally Posted by EVILNOK View Post

In battlelog, click on soldier then stats. It basically just shows acc and kills though and out to the right the weapon stats. Check here also for more detailed personal stats:

http://bf4stats.com/

Thanks, that site had a lot more info, but I guess the game doesn't keep data on deaths while a certain weapon is equipped. I really wanted to see my KDR on a per weapon or per kit basis.
Edited by Forceman - 3/13/14 at 8:17pm
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That's what I found in BattleLog, but I was looking for more.
Thanks, that site had a lot more info, but I guess the game doesn't keep data on deaths while a certain weapon is equipped. I really wanted to see my KDR on a per weapon or per kit basis.

Do you use Better Battlelog or just the normal stock BL? I use Better Battlelog and it shows K/min for each weapon. That's probably about as close as you'll get I think.
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Thanks 66racer for taking the time. It's thanks to you that I went back and I enabled windows to manage the page file for all drives. It worked, no DX/Low Mem crashes!

I have an SSD but 16GB of Memory in the Hawaiian build but only 8GB of RAM in BitoHeaven. Having the page file turned off in the Hawaiian build didn't hurt it any, but BF4 needed more then the 8GB RAM in BitoHeaven.

After I played for a while in BF4, I checked after turning the page file loose which consumed 7GB from the SSD. I think, I'll give it 4GB, and reduce it by .5GB every session to find the ideal page file for BF4.

To think I played a dozen or so games on that computer so far, including games like Crysis 3, Far Cry 3, Bioshock Infinite, Borderlands 2, Deus Ex Revolution etc... and none screamed for more memory via a page file.

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Do you use Better Battlelog or just the normal stock BL? I use Better Battlelog and it shows K/min for each weapon. That's probably about as close as you'll get I think.

I tried it, but I couldn't get it to show the weapon stats like I thought it was supposed to (inline accuracy plots, basically). I ended up uninstalling it, but maybe I should give it a second chance.
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M249 never did, don't see why the AWS will.
Nor did the dam ACE23.

Ace 23 never needed a nerf is why, is easily beaten at long range, is easily beaten in close quarters and hip fire engagemenets even by some carbines. The Ace23 op train is similar to the M16a3 train but in reality the weapons are not even comparable in game stature. Ace 23 is just a jack of all trades and master of none imo.
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