Battlefield 4 Alpha tested with 36 graphics cards
Few days ago, Electronic Arts released the Alpha version of its highly anticipated PC game Battlefield 4 (developed by EA Digital Illusions CE), a game that showed a somewhat high hardware requirements.
Those of GameGPU could try a wide variety of equipment and a total of 36 different video cards based on several generations of Nvidia and amd graphics, which were tested with their latest drivers Graphics: Nvidia geforce 320.18 and AMD Catalyst 13.6.
Without further ado, we publish some of your test:
Apparently not exaggerated with the requirements, the game set to its highest quality is quite demanding, requiring at least a GeForce GTX 660 Ti or Radeon HD 7950 to enjoy a fast frame rate above 30 to Full HD , but to do the same by removing the smoothing MSAA requires at least a GeForce GTX 480 or Radeon HD 5870.
There are still several months for the official debut of this game, so many things could change in the final version.
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