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OG Titan between a 370 and a 7950, lol...
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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

Talking about vram usage on an Alpha build is quite amusing.

It shouldn't remain that high in the final release, otherwise the GTX1080 will be running near peak capacity at 4K.

I can run battlefront fine at 4k with a mix of max/high on my 290x and I don't think this game will be much different as far as using vram goes.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Oh I have no doubt that a 290X will kill my Titan in any DX12 benchmark.

You may be right...

A gtx 780 oc'ed to 1254 core / 1,502 mem is scoring 1,500 points lower in Time Spy...

http://www.3dmark.com/spy/109186

The only saving grace for the titan is the 6gb of vram at this point. Nvidia really pisses me off that they charged 1,000 dollars for that thing.
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hold on, didnt the red shills say that Fury X is beating 980Ti @ Doom Vulkan ?

higher avg, but lower min fps, oops redface.gif
are you sure ?

because 1440p is less CPU bound (?)

is there such a similar CPU comparison chart for 1440p BF1 ?

You must also remember nvidia isnt even on the same vulkan build as nvidia. They are on 1.0.8 while amd is on 1.0.17. Remember how they made a big deal how amd wasnt running the same opengl build, now nobody gives a dam. rolleyes.gif
    
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i have over 1500 between BF3 and BF4 and this is the silliest recommendation i have read in a forum. investing all that money just to get a few more FPS? really?
you wont last long on this forum then
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The 1.0.x releases are just minor fixes. Its really not comparable to using different OpenGL versions. That said, afaik AMD doesnt perform all that well with 4.4+ code.
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Is going from 110 FPS to 130 FPS really worth all that? Serious question?

I upgraded from 980Ti to 1080 for this kind of increase. My inner OCD can easily rationalise a new CPU, motherboard and RAM for a similar increase, especially since Battlefield is pretty much the only game I play.

Besides, at 1440p, this means probably going from 80 to 100 FPS on a 144hz monitor, which is very different to going from 110 to 130.

Do you already have a G-Sync 144Hz 1440p? If not, I would think its a far better upgrade than the CPU / Mobo.

Multicores are fine, but I see no issues transitioning from a 4.7GHz 3930K, to a 4.5GHz 4770K and a stock 6700K, all with GTX 1070 GPU in BF4, the newer 4C is slightly faster even with stock clocks, but nothing to call home about.

No doubt a 6800K will demolish a 3930 and go toe to toe with a 6700K @ same clocks, but I doubt there is a serious saturation of the 4C/8T in real use scenarios - unless perhaps you are streaming etc. Never tried the latter, and I haven't tried BF1 yet.

Gsync fast monitors seem to be the biggest improvement in fluidity once you have a card that can reliably push more than 80-90fps reliably in most games, but might struggle here and there due to driver glitches / lack of optimizations or just certain effects that might drop your FPS momentarily.
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Looks like an overclocked GTX970 will have no problem running the game. Possibly might run into the 3.5GB Vram issue but we'll see...thumb.gif

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The most interesting chart is this one:



As with previous Battlefield games, it's clear that FPS scales with more recent processors, clock speed and memory speed. I have a GTX 1080, but am now wondering whether to replace my 4790k and 2133Mhz DDR3 with a 6700k and 3200 Mhz DDR4 for an additional 15-20% FPS.

Agreed. Frostbite is one of the most CPU-demanding engines in existence. It even benefits from faster RAM; it's been tested repeatedly.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1438222/battlefield-4-ram-memory-benchmark/0_30
http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2013/october/battlefield-4-loves-high-speed-memory
https://youtu.be/3NjtRPnPsSc?t=3316

Please, who will be the boob in this thread to now post a benchmark from BF4 singleplayer, claiming no difference?? We need one guy (who suspiciously bought DDR3-1333MHz) to post that ridiculous Anandtech article that is playing at 640x480. He's lurking this thread right now. Post it. You know you need to justify your purchase. Do it.
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oh snap 10-20% performance I'm missing out on??? whole new build incoming. - OCN
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i have over 1500 between BF3 and BF4 and this is the silliest recommendation i have read in a forum. investing all that money just to get a few more FPS? really?

Why don't you scroll up and read aloud the tagline for OCN? The pursuit of what? What is it now? Find a dictionary if you need it. tongue.gif Yeesh.

20% is sizeable. That's the difference between a GTX 1070 and a GTX 1080. Yeah, it's more painful to upgrade RAM + CPU + mobo, but if performance is what you're after, you're gonna have to work a little for it, haha.
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Is going from 110 FPS to 130 FPS really worth all that? Serious question?

For 60Hz plebs: nope. They'll barely notice.

For us 120Hz+ mates who demand fluidity: that's huge. After you get used to motion fluidity, even 100FPS feels like stuttering.


Anyways, I'm not eager to spend $400+ on just a CPU (i.e., i7-6800K). But an i5-4670K @ 4.4 to an i5-6660K @ 4.6+? Sure! Even if I got a very average 6600K @ 4.6GHz, that's a 5.1GHz Haswell chip (10% higher IPC & 5% higher OC).

And why is their i7-6700K @ 3.4GHz? That's a 4.0GHz base chip.
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ikjadoon, we seem to speak the same language biggrin.gif
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For us 120Hz+ mates who demand fluidity: that's huge. After you get used to motion fluidity, even 100FPS feels like stuttering.





spot on!
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