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i game at 1920x1200 on my 24" monitor..

will i notice a diff in a game like BF1 by upgrading my 970 to a 1070?

also, will BF1 be bottle necked by my cpu or any other part of my rig regardless of which card i use?

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If battlefield 1 is to be a ground up DX12 title, a 1070 would provide a decent upgrade in performance. If it's not, Nvidia cards do a better job at having lesser bottleneck on processors, so it would be equally bottlenecked by either the 970 or 1070.
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If battlefield 1 is to be a ground up DX12 title, a 1070 would provide a decent upgrade in performance. If it's not, Nvidia cards do a better job at having lesser bottleneck on processors,
it was in DX11 not DX12. in DX12 AMD overhead is lower.
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Take a look at star wars battlefront benchmarks for a rough estimate on how the 970 and 1070 will preform. As bf1 and battlefront were developed in parallel you can roughly compare their dx11 performance.

Bf1 will for sure support dx12 though, and in which case your CPU becomes less of an issue. Also this gives the 1070 even more of an advantage. I'd wait for bf1 dx12 benches before upgrading your CPU because you might not have to. 1070 will likley double your fps over a 970.
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great info..

are there any tests/benches i can run to see if my stock 920 will bottleneck battlefront on my current 970?
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What hz does your monitor run at? Sure the upgrade will increase performance..but whether or not you would actually notice it is a different story.
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