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Originally Posted by doctakedooty View Post

But like he said its going to be optimization too. One780ti runs its a steady 85 - 90 fps two I know is not going to be amazing but it should still accomplish 120 fps. Evary other game can max out and accomplish 120 fps easily. BF4 in all actuality though should have been delayed on the launch date due to bugs and issues. At best its beta stage.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/11/07/nvidia-gtx-780-ti-3gb-review/5
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_780_ti_review,23.html
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-780-ti-review-benchmarks,3663-5.html

every review has the ti doing almost 50 fps average BF4 ultra 1440p (4xmsaa) , which is another reason I am skeptical of people claiming 120fps solid at ultra settings with 2 cards at 1440p. If you got 100% scaling and turned down msaa to 2x you could do 120fps average at stock speeds with two cards.

that's based on guru3d bench with 2msaa

2xMSAA with all graphics quality settings set at Ultra:2560x1440=64 fps average
Edited by the9quad - 1/4/14 at 12:11pm
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I get way more then at with 290X with 0AA. There is no need for AA in BF4.
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There is just way too much BF4 talk in this thread lately. There are plenty of benchmarks around the net that you can search for just like the9quad just did. Also many of the actual issues that have been asked here have had nothing to do with monitor and all to do with the games poor programming(which is so bad there are lawsuits starting up over it) which can be taken to the mountain of BF4 threads.
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There is just way too much BF4 talk in this thread lately. There are plenty of benchmarks around the net that you can search for just like the9quad just did. Also many of the actual issues that have been asked here have had nothing to do with monitor and all to do with the games poor programming(which is so bad there are lawsuits starting up over it) which can be taken to the mountain of BF4 threads.

I thought it was applicable because if your building a system to push the monitor than you kind of need to know what is going to push it. And since everyone wants 120hz/120fps and bf4 is currently one of the more demanding games, it makes sense to talk about how it does at this monitors res and frequency.

or we can talk about the pixel perfect policy, black light bleed, etc.. for the millionth time.thumb.gif

j/k man
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or we can talk about the pixel perfect policy, black light bleed, etc.. for the millionth time.thumb.gif

j/k man

doh.gif I'll take BF4,

as long as we don't start jacking the thread. thumb.gif
Edited by Spartan F8 - 1/4/14 at 12:52pm
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Check this out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EMmNmvFcAA

Oh man, I opened it up to loosen the side screws, but I'm so scared to disconnect he cables and actually take the panel out.
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Oh man, I opened it up to loosen the side screws, but I'm so scared to disconnect he cables and actually take the panel out.

no guts, no glory

DO IT!!!
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http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/11/07/nvidia-gtx-780-ti-3gb-review/5
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_780_ti_review,23.html
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-780-ti-review-benchmarks,3663-5.html

every review has the ti doing almost 50 fps average BF4 ultra 1440p (4xmsaa) , which is another reason I am skeptical of people claiming 120fps solid at ultra settings with 2 cards at 1440p. If you got 100% scaling and turned down msaa to 2x you could do 120fps average at stock speeds with two cards.

that's based on guru3d bench with 2msaa

2xMSAA with all graphics quality settings set at Ultra:2560x1440=64 fps average

I see what your saying and all the reviews is one card at stock. My one card at stock OC to 1250 something core clock averages about 85-90 FPS . With that said 2 cards should be able to accomplish 120 fps. It can do over 120 fps but problem is it dips down to 90 fps and when it does it does it for a couple seconds and shoots back up and when it does that the graph shows gpus dropping a hair level out then raise back up a hair. Also I get worse frame rate it I don't max out aa or things to make it actually work the gpus. There is something going on with sli utilization on both crossfire and sli. There are forums for it in battlelog etc.

I do see what you are saying though and yes at stock clocks thats about what I got but with sky bios and a extra 300 mhz clock on core it does boost it quite a bit.

Also I am running 100 percent scaling and 2x msaa can't do 120 fps if I increase scaling to 115 the frame rates actually improve if I go below 100 the fps actually get worse. Same with msaa.
Edited by doctakedooty - 1/4/14 at 3:20pm
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I see what your saying and all the reviews is one card at stock. My one card at stock OC to 1250 something core clock averages about 85-90 FPS . With that said 2 cards should be able to accomplish 120 fps. It can do over 120 fps but problem is it dips down to 90 fps and when it does it does it for a couple seconds and shoots back up and when it does that the graph shows gpus dropping a hair level out then raise back up a hair. Also I get worse frame rate it I don't max out aa or things to make it actually work the gpus. There is something going on with sli utilization on both crossfire and sli. There are forums for it in battlelog etc.

I do see what you are saying though and yes at stock clocks thats about what I got but with sky bios and a extra 300 mhz clock on core it does boost it quite a bit.

Also I am running 100 percent scaling and 2x msaa can't do 120 fps if I increase scaling to 115 the frame rates actually improve if I go below 100 the fps actually get worse. Same with msaa.


Every review is done in single player which is more GPU demanding then multiplayer since it still has all the new frostbite features where multiplayer it got disabled after first patch.
The latest patch on the 20th also gave some massive boosts to multi card setups.
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Every review is done in single player which is more GPU demanding then multiplayer since it still has all the new frostbite features where multiplayer it got disabled after first patch.
The latest patch on the 20th also gave some massive boosts to multi card setups.
It did increase it but it still does not like to stay even within a small window fo fps drops. I am talking about the fps drops are 40-50 FPS drops at time sometimes a little more. I am just going to play on medium I guess that way I can stay above 120 FPS.

Since everyone is tired of talking about BF4 I will drop it I was just trying to get everyone elses input and see where everyone else stands. I am not dropping another $700 one another Ti as I am holding out till March or sometime around there when Maxwell comes out. With all the hackers in BF4 lobbys I keep getting into I am about over it anyways.
Edited by doctakedooty - 1/4/14 at 3:45pm
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