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Windows 7: will BF3 be playable on these Specs ?

07 Feb 2012   #11
abdelrahman

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what pparks1 and boogieboy post is true. First of all, what res. you're gonna play BF3? The big issue of your specs is BOTTLENECK to CPU & RAM, and this will cause what so called "stuttering".
the resolution is steady on 1366x768
you think overclocking to 3.6 will help a little ?
Sure, there's always a chance i guess. With 1366x768 HD 6870 will do more than enough, but another issue seems to come with your RAM.

Besides upgrading to hd 6870 will not be optimized / "not worth it" if i may say, when 1366x768 is the max. res.

I play BF3 with 1680x1050 max out and it's playable ( >30 fps ). My card Hd5850 ( proc i5 2500 k and 8 GB ram dual channel ) which's slower around 10% than hd 6870.
My final plan is to overclock my CPU to 3.6 and upgrade my ram to DDR3 2*2GB
i know there will be a bit of lagging . but i only need things to be fine on 1366x768 .. nothing more


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07 Feb 2012   #12
peaceful

Win7 Ult x64 SP1
 
 

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the resolution is steady on 1366x768
you think overclocking to 3.6 will help a little ?
Sure, there's always a chance i guess. With 1366x768 HD 6870 will do more than enough, but another issue seems to come with your RAM.

Besides upgrading to hd 6870 will not be optimized / "not worth it" if i may say, when 1366x768 is the max. res.

I play BF3 with 1680x1050 max out and it's playable ( >30 fps ). My card Hd5850 ( proc i5 2500 k and 8 GB ram dual channel ) which's slower around 10% than hd 6870.
My final plan is to overclock my CPU to 3.6 and upgrade my ram to DDR3 2*2GB
i know there will be a bit of lagging . but i only need things to be fine on 1366x768 .. nothing more
hahaha ..as mentioned above that your vga will do more. lagging and stuttering are those two different thing i think. Lagging is more having to do with fps while stuttering is with rendering which means like pouring water from hoses where much void stays inside the hoses. ( water not flowing smootly ). Hoping this analogy makes you clear coz i don't know how to describe it in a good way. lol
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07 Feb 2012   #13
abdelrahman

windows 7
 
 

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Sure, there's always a chance i guess. With 1366x768 HD 6870 will do more than enough, but another issue seems to come with your RAM.

Besides upgrading to hd 6870 will not be optimized / "not worth it" if i may say, when 1366x768 is the max. res.

I play BF3 with 1680x1050 max out and it's playable ( >30 fps ). My card Hd5850 ( proc i5 2500 k and 8 GB ram dual channel ) which's slower around 10% than hd 6870.
My final plan is to overclock my CPU to 3.6 and upgrade my ram to DDR3 2*2GB
i know there will be a bit of lagging . but i only need things to be fine on 1366x768 .. nothing more
hahaha ..as mentioned above that your vga will do more. lagging and stuttering are those two different thing i think. Lagging is more having to do with fps while stuttering is with rendering which means like pouring water from hoses where much void stays inside the hoses. ( water not flowing smootly ). Hoping this analogy makes you clear coz i don't know how to describe it in a good way. lol
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