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Thread Starter 
Will a Intel Core i3-4330 with HD 4600 integrated graphics play Battlefield 4 on the lowest settings(720P or lower) on at least 15-25FPS?
post #2 of 6
No, and if you are going to stick with integrated graphics, you'd be better off with going with an AMD APU. They outperform Intel's HD graphics save the
Iris series.
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

No, and if you are going to stick with integrated graphics, you'd be better off with going with an AMD APU. They outperform Intel's HD graphics save the
Iris series.
This but actually the Iris series are only faster due to the extra bandwidth the AMD APU's lack.
Steamroller APU for mobile is still atleast a quarter away but it should be worth the wait.
It will be very strong since it will have GCN being boosted by Mantle I would say 100% over iris

You realize 15-25 is not playable right?
actually moving pictures AKA film is at least 24 while playable is at least 30 where 40 and up with no drops should deliver a truly playable experience.
Edited by maarten12100 - 11/3/13 at 2:01pm
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Originally Posted by maarten12100 View Post

This but actually the Iris series are only faster due to the extra bandwidth the AMD APU's lack.
Steamroller APU for mobile is still atleast a quarter away but it should be worth the wait.
It will be very strong since it will have GCN being boosted by Mantle I would say 100% over iris

You realize 15-25 is not playable right?
actually moving pictures AKA film is at least 24 while playable is at least 30 where 40 and up with no drops should deliver a truly playable experience.

Psh, I used to play WoW with only 5fps and topped dps charts with Intel GMA graphics. tongue.gif But yeah, if you want a good gaming experience, and don't want to pay for a dedicated graphics card, then AMD APUs are the only way to go. Although, you can really build a cheap system with a dedicated graphics card for a little more. Well worth it to have a dedicated graphics card even if it is an older one or considered low-tier like a 7750.
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Thread Starter 
I saw this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zsuDZceubg of it being playable, but using the IGP will only be temporary for a little while.

Processor performance wise is the 6800k similar in to the i3? This is going to be an HTPC to and for flying in BF4.
Edited by TheKrakenMonste - 11/3/13 at 2:09pm
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That's with a 4770k, it will not be playable on an i3.
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