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The main pattern we've observed is that Battlefield 4 tends to favour AMD's hardware
Originally Posted by saxovtsmikeawsome test, but sadly it´s lacking Vmem impact
As I can say my 680 2gb is at it´s maximum avaliable mem with 1950 @ 1440p
Originally Posted by PookieBased on the cards tested @ 1920x1080 with ultra settings which is comparable to a 6970?
Originally Posted by xaser04An HD6970 sits somewhere between a HD7850 and HD7870. IIRC it is a bit closer to the latter than the former.
Originally Posted by PookieSo ican do ultr @1080p and get playable results! Not bad :D Isnt the minimium FPS considered to 25 befor thing get too choppy?
Originally Posted by SpreadieGTX 670 with high detail produces playable rates @ 2560x1600...
...it almost makes me want to buy the game. Oh, no... wait... yeah, that was a lie.
 6,000 posts... that's quite of lot of BS right there!
Originally Posted by Shirtyand it's impossible to replicate multiplayer results accurately
Originally Posted by HustlerWhich is why I think it's a pointless benchmark to use, when the results won't be applicable 99% of the time to the use it's being put to.
Originally Posted by ShirtyYou're applying the wrong logic. It isn't possible to benchmark the multiplayer part of the game reliably and consistently, because there are too many variables.
Therefore the only way to produce consistent benchmarks is to use the single player part of the game. I appreciate that the results of these tests will not strictly ape the multiplayer results, but they actually provide better guidance than multiplayer because they are repeatable.
This feature is as much (if not more) about the cards as it is about the game. If a card performs well in SP, then the chances are higher that it will perform well in MP too.
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