Battlefield 1 Ultra _ GTX 1070 _ i5 4690k - [1080p - 1080P 60FPS

author Gaming Test   1 years ago

Testing FPS in game with newest bf1 patch which added 2 more flags on suez and got some cpu fixes. Also running 375.86 nvidia driver. PC specs: Mobo: Asus Z97 Pro Gamer Processor: i5-4670k @4.2Ghz GPU: Asus Strix RGB Aura GTX 1070 RAM: 16Gb 1600mhz PSU: 750W Please like and subscribe if you enjoyed and want to see more videos like this.

Recorder video: Geforce Shadowplay FPS without shadowplay = low 70 mid 85 high 110 FPS with shadowplay = low 45 mid 70 high 78

System Specs: EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC 6GB Intel Core i5-4690k Stock frequency Arctic Freezer 7 PRO Rev 2 MSI H81M-P33 2x4GB G.Skill AEGIS DDR3 1600 Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB SATA III EVGA 500B1

Game List: 1) Battlefield 1 ( 00:00 ) 2) Batman ( 01:18 ) 3) Modern Warfare Remastered ( 03:13 ) 4) Grand Theft Auto V ( 04:40 ) ------------------------------------------------------------- Music: 1) Two Feet - Go F-ck Yourself 2) Omar Varela, Xavi Gi - Stronger 3) Warriyo - Mortals (feat. Laura Brehm) ------------------------------------------------------------- My PC: CPU: Intel Core i5 4670 3.4GHZ (Turbo 3.8) Intel Xeon E3-1231v3 3.4GHZ (Turbo 3.8) CPU Fan: Arctic Fan F9 Pro GPU: EVGA GTX 1070 8GB ACX 3.0 RAM: Kingston HyperX 16GB Ram DDR3 Motherboard: Asrock H81M-DGS-Socket 1150 PSU: Fortron FSP500-60GLN 500W CASE: Silentium PC Gladius M20 OS: Windows 10 Home 64bit ADATA SSD Disk 480GB ------------------------------------------------------------- Edit Nahrávací program- Nvidia ShadowPlay Korekce videa- Sony Vegas ------------------------------------------------------------- FPS Counter: RivaTuner ------------------------------------------------------------- Steam: rizecek Origin: RizecekCZ Uplay: RizecekCZE ------------------------------------------------------------- Tags: Intel i5-4670 vs XEON E3-1231v3 ( Battlefield 1 ) Intel i5-4670 vs XEON E3-1231v3 ( Batman Arkham Knight ) Intel i5-4670 vs XEON E3-1231v3 ( Call of duty Modern Warfare Remastered ) Intel i5-4670 vs XEON E3-1231v3 ( Grand Theft Auto V )

Greetings, everyone. Battlefield 1 just came out and I’ve been spending a lot of time playing the game, so here’s my frame rate testing video for the game, this time with my GTX 1070. As usual, my current PC specs are the following: -CPU: i5 4690K@4.4 GHz with Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO. -Mobo: Asus Maximus VII Ranger (Z97). -GPU: Inno3D Twin X2 GTX 1070 (stock) and latest WHQL driver (tried both 373.06 and 375.57). -RAM: 16 GB DDR3@1866, 9-10-9-28. -Storage: Kingston SSDNow 300, 240 GB where both game and O.S. are installed. -O.S: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64bit with latest updates. -Running at 1080p-144Hz native, resolution scale applied to test higher resolutions. Compared to the beta, the first thing I’ve noticed is that the game doesn’t seem to leak memory constantly, so that’s a good thing and now I don’t have to worry about crashes or having to restart the game now and then. And then…wow, this game really looks amazing, everywhere in every corner of each of the levels, the photogrammetry really does wonders combined with Frostbite 3 engine. But as usual I test the game in both single and multiplayer scenarios, showing briefly what each graphical preset can do on my system. With Ultra settings and native 1080p my GTX 1070 can push over 100 FPS with no problems in single player and some random hiccups in multiplayer due to the vast amount of stuff blowing up and players running around, something I managed to ease and fix almost completely by adding a frame cap, more on this later. The game scales relatively well with lower graphical settings but in the end it’s also our CPU the one that needs to be fast enough to keep up with the GPU, and with an i5 things can get to stressful for the processor when the GPU is trying to push way over 100 FPS, something that might be easier to pull off by an i7 or better CPU, just keep that in mind, performance with i5’s is amazing in this game from what I’ve seen, but you’ll see your i5 close to 100% usage very often, and if this is giving you some sort of performance issues, it’s best to adjust your FPS to a bit lower, fixed, value, so you can have a smoother experience with steady frame times, especially for multiplayer this is something that I recommend. To limit our frame rate we can use MSI Afterburner, this is a good choice because we don’t need to restart the game to apply different limits and test them in game, that’s what I used and I settled on a 90 FPS cap for multiplayer which gave me a more steady 90%’ish CPU usage and steadier frame times as well. You’ll have to experiment with this yourself, of course, but since the game loves to use all our CPU power available, at least with i5’s, this is not a bad idea in my opinion. Overall I don0t have anything bad to say about how the game runs on my system, really, servers seem to be under a lot of stress though because I often see the server performance notification on my screen, but other than that I’m having a smooth experience in multiplayer, and he single player runs pretty good here as well. We can also see that the game can perform decently close to 1440p levels and beyond, and between 40 and 50’ish FPS at “4K” (200% resolution scale from 1080p) so yeah, pretty good performance here on the GTX 1070. As usual, I hope this can be useful to any of you, and I’ll see you in the next one : )


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