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post #101 of 105
Hopefully my GTX 580 SLI setup can handle Single and Multi-player for Battlefield 4. If not I'm going to have to invest in a current generation SLI setup which is unfortunate as these cards can handle pretty much anything I throw at it even Metro Last Light.
post #102 of 105
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The PC featured a quad-core Intel i7 CPU and a Radeon HD 7990 graphics card — the most powerful PC graphics card in the world.
Now we got some more details about the PC setup, and a photo as well. The PC didn’t use one, but two Radeon HD 7990 cards, for a total of 4 GPU and a massive 12 GB of GDDR5 graphics RAM. That’s right, a 12 GB frame buffer.
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Thats how it was $4000 an i7 and 2x 7990s. An FX-8350 can't handle 2x7990s very well.
Edited by BeerPowered - 6/16/13 at 8:35pm
post #103 of 105
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Thats how it was $4000 an i7 and 2x 7990s. An FX-8350 can't handle 2x7990s very well.

 

No, it was just a terrible article.

 

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post #104 of 105
Uhhhh the article says they had dual 7970s that are each $1,000, I'm pretty sure they must mean 7990s?

Other article on their site does say it's dual 7990s.
http://bf4central.com/2013/04/monster-pc-battlefield-4-demo/
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post #105 of 105
Actually, the specs are all wrong including the pricing so I am going to leave this locked.
Edited by HowHardCanItBe - 6/17/13 at 5:18am
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