Will this Pc run BF3 @ ultra settings @1080p?

eduardogt95
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-01
2012-12-15 19:25
AMD A8-5600K Quad Core APU (3.6GHz) & Radeon™ HD 7560D Graphics
ASUS® F2A55-M LE: (M-ATX, DDR3, USB2.0, SATA 3Gb/s)
8GB KINGSTON HYPER-X GENESIS DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz, X.M.P (2 x 4GB KIT)
2GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 - DVI, HDMI, VGA - 3D Vision Ready
450W Quiet 80 PLUS Dual Rail PSU + 120mm Case Fan
Super Quiet 22dBA Triple Copper Heatpipe AMD CPU Cooler
ONBOARD 8 CHANNEL (7.1) HIGH DEF AUDIO

Thanks for the help.
TTM_Funky_UK
GB Enlisted: 2012-09-28
2012-12-15 19:26
With no AA maybe, you will need to turn off HBAO.
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Casjeie
NL Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2012-12-15 19:27
why would you buy a amd apu if you are gonna buy a gpu?
and no. cpu is too bad :S
klassenoten
NL Enlisted: 2011-11-11
2012-12-15 19:27
Hmm, 660 isn't ti version?

It'll probably run it but not at a great FPS.
eduardogt95
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-01
2012-12-15 19:32
would this CPU make a difference? AMD FX-6200 Six Core CPU (3.80GHz/6MB CACHE/AM3+)
SanicTehHegehog
US Enlisted: 2011-12-05
2012-12-15 19:36
THE-ARMADA95 said:
would this CPU make a difference? AMD FX-6200 Six Core CPU (3.80GHz/6MB CACHE/AM3+)


If you're building a new PC, there is no reason to think about going with an AMD CPU. Just get an i5 2500k/3570k and a cheaper motherboard.
eduardogt95
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-01
2012-12-15 19:44 , edited 2012-12-15 19:48 by eduardogt95
SanicTehHegehog said:
THE-ARMADA95 said:
would this CPU make a difference? AMD FX-6200 Six Core CPU (3.80GHz/6MB CACHE/AM3+)
If you're building a new PC, there is no reason to think about going with an AMD CPU. Just get an i5 2500k/3570k and a cheaper motherboard.

I'm new to Pc gaming so I'm not very knowledgeable :L

Would this work?
Intel® Core™i5-2500k Quad Core (3.30GHz, 6MB Cache) + HD Graphics
ASUS® P8Z77-M: MICRO-ATX, USB 3.0, SATA 6GBs, ATI®CrossFireX
8GB KINGSTON HYPER-X GENESIS DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz, X.M.P (2 x 4GB KIT)
2GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 - DVI, HDMI, VGA - 3D Vision Ready
450W Quiet 80 PLUS Dual Rail PSU + 120mm Case Fan
INTEL SOCKET LGA1155 STANDARD CPU COOLER
DrVanNostrand1
Enlisted: 2011-10-29
2012-12-15 19:46
op
get a 256 bit gpu
that gtx660 is pretty lame...
I was a huge fan of Battlefield 3 but then I got tired of cooling it.
eduardogt95
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-01
2012-12-15 19:50
illbeback1 said:
op
get a 256 bit gpu
that gtx660 is pretty lame...

So the would the AMD A8-5600K Quad Core APU (3.6GHz) & Radeon™ HD 7560D Graphics be ok with GTX 660 Ti on ultra?
theDokt0r
RS Enlisted: 2011-11-04
2012-12-15 19:50
It will for sure.
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DrVanNostrand1
Enlisted: 2011-10-29
2012-12-15 19:51
THE-ARMADA95 said:
illbeback1 said:
op
get a 256 bit gpu
that gtx660 is pretty lame...
So the would the AMD A8-5600K Quad Core APU (3.6GHz) & Radeon™ HD 7560D Graphics be ok with GTX 660 Ti on ultra?

hd 7560 =lame
I was a huge fan of Battlefield 3 but then I got tired of cooling it.
Morbid_bunny95
Enlisted: 2012-07-14
2012-12-15 19:52
THE-ARMADA95 said:
SanicTehHegehog said:
THE-ARMADA95 said:
would this CPU make a difference? AMD FX-6200 Six Core CPU (3.80GHz/6MB CACHE/AM3+)
If you're building a new PC, there is no reason to think about going with an AMD CPU. Just get an i5 2500k/3570k and a cheaper motherboard.
I'm new to Pc gaming so I'm not very knowledgeable :L


NO don't listen to him, he's being an idiot.

FX-6200 is a mediocre processor, certainly worse than an i5. But the good thing about is that provided that you have a good CPU cooler you can get a substantial overclock out of it.

BUT DO NOT GET A CHEAP MOTHERBOARD. Getting a good motherboard is just as important as getting a good processor.
eduardogt95
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-01
2012-12-15 19:55
Morbid_bunny95 said:
THE-ARMADA95 said:
SanicTehHegehog said:
THE-ARMADA95 said:
would this CPU make a difference? AMD FX-6200 Six Core CPU (3.80GHz/6MB CACHE/AM3+)
If you're building a new PC, there is no reason to think about going with an AMD CPU. Just get an i5 2500k/3570k and a cheaper motherboard.
I'm new to Pc gaming so I'm not very knowledgeable :L
NO don't listen to him, he's being an idiot.

FX-6200 is a mediocre processor, certainly worse than an i5. But the good thing about is that provided that you have a good CPU cooler you can get a substantial overclock out of it.

BUT DO NOT GET A CHEAP MOTHERBOARD. Getting a good motherboard is just as important as getting a good processor.
Could you check out the website and help me out? i'd appreciate it
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MyElevatorLifts
BR Enlisted: 2011-10-28
2012-12-15 19:56
2500k + 7850/7870
Morbid_bunny95
Enlisted: 2012-07-14
2012-12-15 19:57
THE-ARMADA95 said:
Morbid_bunny95 said:
THE-ARMADA95 said:
SanicTehHegehog said:
THE-ARMADA95 said:
would this CPU make a difference? AMD FX-6200 Six Core CPU (3.80GHz/6MB CACHE/AM3+)
If you're building a new PC, there is no reason to think about going with an AMD CPU. Just get an i5 2500k/3570k and a cheaper motherboard.
I'm new to Pc gaming so I'm not very knowledgeable :L
NO don't listen to him, he's being an idiot.

FX-6200 is a mediocre processor, certainly worse than an i5. But the good thing about is that provided that you have a good CPU cooler you can get a substantial overclock out of it.

BUT DO NOT GET A CHEAP MOTHERBOARD. Getting a good motherboard is just as important as getting a good processor.
Could you check out the website and help me out? i'd appreciate it
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link?
eduardogt95
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-01
2012-12-15 20:00
http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/computers/amd-trinity/ [pcspecialist.co.uk] thanks
DrVanNostrand1
Enlisted: 2011-10-29
2012-12-15 20:04
350 watt PSU?
are you serious?
I was a huge fan of Battlefield 3 but then I got tired of cooling it.
Mr-Mechraven
GB Enlisted: 2011-10-29
2012-12-15 20:05
A8 5600K ( on board gpu only )

Skyrim - 1920x1080 - 8XAF 0xAA = 21-26fps Standard and Overclocked = 24-30fps

A8 5600K with GTX680

Crysis 2 - 1920x1080 Edge AA High Res textures = 46-67 fps Overclocked = 47-68fps

At a rough estimate bf3 will be playable on your first setup of choice but not at ultra. If you use the APU with 660 you should be able to play most titles at low to medium settings. Your second choice of i5 2500K is the better option for gaming purposes, you can expect to play at medium to high settings. Hope this helps in your decison.
Eiluaq
AU Enlisted: 2011-10-26
2012-12-15 20:06 , edited 2012-12-15 20:12 by Eiluaq
You would be able to run ultra with that system, that said a few options may need to be reduced or disabled like msaa, hbao to smooth it out a little and I would turn terrain decoration to low.. visually it doesn't change much at all but gives a good FPS boost... I'm not sure how many frames you'd be getting as that is determined by more than your system specs, but I'm sure it'll run very well :)

As far as the comments above, my response is as follows; I would get a 3570k over a 2500k so you unlock PCIe 3.0 (sure it may not make 'that' much difference NOW, but it will soon), but it's newer technology and you can only benefit from it.

And the AMD CPU's are a fantastic option for low-budget PC builders (people who argue this are either biased or don't have a clue) and as far as gaming goes you won't notice much (if any) difference between an AMD chip and the Intel equivilent.. I can't exactly say which would be the best AMD chip to buy because I've not looked into them, I personally have an i3570k because I'm an Intel fan.

As mentioned, don't get a cheap n nasty motherboard, they're the main component to your system (obviously) and if it's a bad one it will drag your entire system down with it.. food for thought.. I suggest paying $200+ for a mainboard (I use a Gigabyte sniper3, but that was $300+).

Best of luck with your choice, I'm sure you'll be happy.


edit: and Yes, do not ever buy a pre-build system.. they'll more than likely be overpriced and chances are they'll use subpar parts with a 30% profit margin attached.. always buy your parts seperately (you'll save money this way, allowing for better parts or more money in ya wallet afterwards) and build it yourself, have a friend do it or most computer stores will charge a small fee to build it for you :)
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Morbid_bunny95
Enlisted: 2012-07-14
2012-12-15 20:08
THE-ARMADA95 said:
http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/computers/amd-trinity/ [pcspecialist.co.uk]thanks


I would suggest buying individual parts and assembling it yourself or getting one of your mates to assemble it for you, mainly because you don't have that much of a choice to on that site.