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Buff Hamster
31-01-2014, 02:11 AM
Some of the guys on ts were asking if I could post the settings to get near max graphic settings without sacrificing frame rate. The results will vary from each person but it will help people that are struggling to play BF4 due to low frame rates but also want the game to look good at the same time. This is not recommended for people who are playing on all low settings and still struggling to get a decent frame rate.

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FeralFoxTrot
31-01-2014, 06:11 PM
Got a few suggestions, and opinions myself.
I personally keep effects quality on medium, as otherwise sparks, fires and rep tool flashes look terrible. Post process I highly agree on, good frame rate increase and removes suppression blur. I prefer terrain decoration on low, as it can be hard to see through the dense foliage, and it gives a good performance boost.

Voltstriker
31-01-2014, 11:35 PM
Got a few suggestions, and opinions myself.
I personally keep effects quality on medium, as otherwise sparks, fires and rep tool flashes look terrible. Post process I highly agree on, good frame rate increase and removes suppression blur. I prefer terrain decoration on low, as it can be hard to see through the dense foliage, and it gives a good performance boost.


Some of the guys on ts were asking if I could post the settings to get near max graphic settings without sacrificing frame rate. The results will vary from each person but it will help people that are struggling to play BF4 due to low frame rates but also want the game to look good at the same time. This is not recommended for people who are playing on all low settings and still struggling to get a decent frame rate.
Its on how to make the game look good feral, not performance boosts

DRZdeano
01-02-2014, 02:20 AM
there a button somewhere in the nvidia software that supposedly changes all your games to their 'optimum' settings. game is still smooth but looks much clearer now.

FeralFoxTrot
01-02-2014, 10:34 AM
It does Volt, I do actually read these posts, hence the effects quality on medium, the terrain decoration imo looks better, as It's not less detailed vegetation, it's just sparser. Post process does almost nothing visually. I was simply adding the performance increase as a comment, as it is near max graphic settings without sacrificing frame rate.

FeralFoxTrot
01-02-2014, 10:37 AM
Do you even tweak Deano? Nvidia recommended tries to keep the fps above 40 at all times, and average 60 if I recall correctly, but many of us have terribad AMD cards, (I'm Joking) Unlike us.

Buff Hamster
03-02-2014, 12:53 PM
I have posted on CG a review of AMD Mantle. AMD users will be pleased with it :)

http://au.cybergamer.com/forums/thread/p7940342