JawesomeArt wrote:What Graphics Card do you use to run BF4 and how is it working out for you?
How are your temps when running the game?
tanker27 wrote:Seriously....you guys play with Ultra on?
tanker27 wrote:Let me rephrase that.....Do you play multiplayer with Ultra on?
Pville_Piper wrote:I have tried to run low settings by the video appears to run smoother on higher settings to me. I also hate the "popping up' of things as move toward them and the sudden shifting of things like rocks and boulders when running low settings. This gives me a headache on long sessions. I have run low settings and I don't notice any difference gameplay wise between low and ultra as long as your computer can handle it. If the CPU or GPU gets bogged down it can then cause lag that results in might get you "killed". I have read that the "pros"always play on low settings. The only advantage I've been able to see is when walls aren't filled in and you can see players in the un-scoped mode (the walls will appear as you scope up or get closer). It can be an advantage when you are a sniper doing counter sniping at long range and you opponent is hiding in a bush.
For me with BF4 high settings produces a consistent frame rate and nice visuals.
Jon1984 wrote:Yeah, i agree that pro players should play with low settings for the sake of smoothness and less distracting visual features but, I'm no pro. I like to enjoy the visual fidelity of games first and have a pleasant experience on top of trying to be number one