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  • Wondering about your BF4 frame rate? Check your FPS here!

    Starting a new thread for folks wondering if they getting good frame rates. In console mode ( the 'B' key in BF4 will activate it or the Tilde key) enter:

    perfOverlay.drawfps 1, to turn it off type perfOverlay.drawfps 0 .... courtesy of Hillbilly.

    Mine is 30-40 on low settings.

    3.2 mhz quad core CPU
    DDR2 memory
    GTX 560 graphics card

    I notice that I get better game play on the 32 player servers vs the 64 player servers

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    Re: Wondering about your frame rate? Check your FPS here!

    Posted this in the other thread as well...

    In-game Settings:
    Ultra Preset with the following changes:
    Vsync: On
    FOV: 75
    MSAA: 2x

    System:
    Processor (CPU): [email protected]
    Motherboard (Mobo): Asus P8Z68-V Pro
    Graphics Card (GPU): EVGA GTX Titan (331.40 BETA)
    System Memory (RAM): G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB)
    LCD: Asus VE276Q 27 (1920x1080)
    Soundcard: Creative Labs X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro
    Solid State Drive (SSD) 2: Crucial M4 250 SSD (Games)
    OS: Win7 Pro 64bit

    Nvidia Control Panel:
    Ambient Occlusion: Not supported for this application
    Anisotropic filtering: Use the 3D application settings
    Antialiasing - FXAA: Off
    Antialiasing - Gamma Correction: On
    Antialiasing - Mode: Use the 3D application settings
    Antialiasing - Setting: Use the 3D application settings
    Antialiasing - Transparency: Use the 3D application settings
    CUDA - GPUs: All
    Double Precision: None
    Maximum pre-rendered frames: Use the 3D application settings
    Multi-display/Mixed-GPU Acceleration: Single display performance mode
    Power Management Mode: Adaptive
    Texture Filtering - Anisotropic Sample Optimization: Off
    Texture Filtering - Negative LOD Bias: Clamp
    Texture Filtering - Quality: High Quality
    Texture Filtering - Trilinear Optimization: Off
    Threaded Optimization: Auto
    Triple Buffering: On
    Vertical Sync: Use the 3D application settings

    My average frames are usually between 40-60fps. It stays in the 50-60 range a good amount of the time but there are definitely some dips in FPS which can makes things feel rather laggy. I haven't begun to experiment with dropping some of the other Ultra Preset options yet but there are probably some FPS to be gained with minimal visual loss in there.

    I've also had a couple random lock up crashes during actual gameplay and a couple times loading a map, although that seemed to be only on one server.
    Last edited by AstroCat; 10-02-2013, 04:06 PM.
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    • #3
      Re: Wondering about your frame rate? Check your FPS here!

      In-Game Settings:
      "Ultra" Preset Setting with following changes:
      FXAA: Off
      MSAA: Off
      VSync: Off
      FOV: 90

      System:
      Windows 8 Professional (64-bit)
      i7-3770K
      32 GB RAM
      240 GB SSD
      2 GB GTX670 (Drivers: 331.40 Beta)
      ASUS Xonar DG dedicated sound card
      ASUS 25.5" Monitor (1920 x 1200 resolution)

      This is based off of periodic checking of a 2 hour morning game with a bunch of TGers. I get anywhere from 60 fps to 85 fps average. I think I saw 1 dip to 45 fps, probably a fluke. No crashes, no DX errors, and other than 1 notable fps drop, no ups and downs on fps. Ironically no issues launching game either (unlike BF3).

      I have a atypical system given I am one of a small minority that use Windows 8 and have more-or-less embraced on all of my major PCs (desktops and laptop).
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      TG World of Tanks Clan Executive Officer
      Former 9th & 13th

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      Still can't say it? Call me Acorn then. -.-





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        Re: Wondering about your frame rate? Check your FPS here!

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        • #5
          Re: Wondering about your frame rate? Check your FPS here!

          You know I often wonder about these benchmarks. I never see any for SLI, for example, I have (2) SLI connected Ti 560 GTX cards. Does my framerate double? triple? 3/4? says minimum with 1 is 20...I should get more right?


          "Ok....smoke sometimes works."

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          • #6
            Re: Wondering about your frame rate? Check your FPS here!

            Originally posted by experiment626 View Post
            You know I often wonder about these benchmarks. I never see any for SLI, for example, I have (2) SLI connected Ti 560 GTX cards. Does my framerate double? triple? 3/4? says minimum with 1 is 20...I should get more right?
            it definietly wont double, SLI and crossfire is never that efficient u might get a 25% increase or more, never the potential of both cards just put together
            |TG-Irr| di1lweed1212

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            • #7
              Re: Wondering about your frame rate? Check your FPS here!

              I used to run crossfire, but it was such a damn headache, I went with single GPU about four years ago. My 7950 seems to run the game fine on a 24" monitor. I think I get 30-45 fps with all the bells and whistles on.

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