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Old 09-16-2013, 12:45 PM   #1
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Would the computer I bought be able to run Battlefield 4. I'm hoping to run it on low/medium graphics, no more. Just so long as I can play multiplayer fine with no problems I will be happy. Thanks for any help

AMD FX-6300 3.7 GHz
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it's not gonna be a good experience.
drop all graphic settings to the bone with no AA.
that card is really not meant for gaming.
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What FPS do you think I could expect? Thanks for the reply
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Well, i think you wont come far whit a 2gb graphic card. 3,7 ghz is in my opinion good.
I give it a change if you dont put it on high graphics.
I can run bf3 whit low graphics easy whit:
2,3 ghz i3
Nvidia 610 m 1gb
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The among of VRAM is not the issue here. it's the very low end 6670 chip.
When you say "I can run bf3 whit low graphics easy" what FPS is that?
the Geforce 610 is just as pathetic of a gaming card is the 6670
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The among of VRAM is not the issue here. it's the very low end 6670 chip.
When you say "I can run bf3 whit low graphics easy" what FPS is that?
the Geforce 610 is just as pathetic of a gaming card is the 6670
about 20 fps
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if it works for you, great.
I personally can't enjoy shooter games (also racing games) if it's not above 40 fps.
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Thanks for the replies. I'll see how it plays but I'm sure it'll be fine for me, I will be upgrading my GPU in 2014 at some point anyway
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