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ASUS HD 6950 to 6970 Unlocked Overclocked average FPS bench test in BF4 10maps

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BF4 64player multiplayer conquest, no spawn waiting, seeing map events happen and all around gameplay explosions, fires, skydiving, swimming etc. Can't run 4xMSAA it will crash in multiplayer but some how it works in campaign.
ASUS HD 6950 2GB (Unlocked) @ [925/1425/1.250v]
amd_catalyst_14.2_betav1.3
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From the most gpu stressing to the least, 10min fraps benchmarking each map.

Overall Average- 44.38FPS

Did test just to know how my gpu ranks with new cards. Also did a few maps 1920x1080 and saw no real difference in FPS.
Edited by M5ilencer - 3/19/14 at 10:44am
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Dat minimums.. Would be unplayable in my book..
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Looks right to me. Now turn off AA and try medium for better results. Anything below 60 for me is annoying.
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Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post

Dat minimums.. Would be unplayable in my book..

I agree but it still looks nice if you weren't moving too fast.
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Looks right to me. Now turn off AA and try medium for better results. Anything below 60 for me is annoying.

The FPS would drop at times and spinning around rapidly in Zavod 311 felt dizzy waiting for the gpu to render frames. I have been playing on these settings below.



Take a look at this link
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/11/27/battlefield-4-performance-analysis/7
As you can see only Antialiasing Deferred has the performance hit which I have turned off, but Antialiasing Post doesn't which I have set to High.
Edited by M5ilencer - 2/27/14 at 9:21pm
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I didn't realize you were using a 955 BE. Great CPU for its day but will bottleneck any chance of increasing your FPS when lowering settings. I guarantee if you had a modern i5 you could still use that GPU, play on low and likely never drop below 90 fps.

I'm not bashing your system, just have a look at the CPU's I've used. I love them all! lol
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I didn't realize you were using a 955 BE. Great CPU for its day but will bottleneck any chance of increasing your FPS when lowering settings. I guarantee if you had a modern i5 you could still use that GPU, play on low and likely never drop below 90 fps.

My cpu is normally between 85-100% load in BF4 but its never maxed out no matter what quality settings I set. Some games run better with a Intel vs AMD chip no matter if you run a Amd/Nvidia gpu but AMD titles are down by only 2-3 fps vs Intel just to point out that its not a bottleneck.

The i5 4670k wins in everything already and it only gets better with a overclock, I will definitely upgrade to Intel when im ready. Here is a great review on it even the AMD Phenom II X4 980 3.7Ghz didn't bottleneck a R9 290x and im at 3.8Ghz with a north bridge overclock. http://www.techspot.com/review/734-battlefield-4-benchmarks/page6.html
Edited by M5ilencer - 3/24/14 at 4:26pm
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My cpu is normally between 85-100% load in BF4 but its never maxed out no matter what quality settings I set. Some games run better with a Intel vs AMD chip no matter if you run a Amd/Nvidia gpu but AMD titles are down by only 2-3 fps vs Intel just to point out that its not a bottleneck.

The i5 4670k wins in everything already and it only gets better with a overclock, I will definitely upgrade to Intel when im ready. Here is a great review on it even the AMD Phenom II X4 980 3.7Ghz didn't bottleneck a R9 290x and im at 3.8Ghz with a north bridge overclock. http://www.techspot.com/review/734-battlefield-4-benchmarks/page6.html

I had an AMD 965 BE clocked at 3.7 Ghz and that CPU definitely bottleneck'ed on Battlefield 4. I upgraded to a 3570K clocked at 4.5 and the game runs at constant 60 FPS. I am not GPU limited for sure because I had/still have 2 x 670 GTX. In addition, that benchmark you provided was done in single player, in multiplayer game, there's alot more variables and things to process on screen for the CPU. I am not sure if it is a bottleneck for your "6970", but it is definitely a bottleneck for the game with 670s.
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