Battlefield 4 proved to be a very successful title for EA. Despite its rocky launch, EA took a while to get stuff fixed with Battlefield 4. Since 2014, Battlefield 4 started to gain traction and quickly grew a great player base that were enthusiastic for the game.
Being a personal favourite title of mine, Battlefield 4 is still plagued with hitreg issues. But the 64-player madness makes it worth it. ThirtyIR has been receiving some amount of credit for his gameplay. With his rig packing not one, not two, but four Titan X Pascal GPUs in SLI, ThirtyIR has been pushing his rigs to the ultimate forefront.
After since we covered his slew of 8K gameplay videos, he shared Battlefield 4 in action that looks amazing. While Battlefield 1 hasn’t really compelled me that far. Coming back to the present really pumps me up personally. Powered by EA’s Frontbite Engine, you could clearly see how well the game scales upto 8K as well as how well the four Titan X GPUs work in tandem to give some excellent frame render times as well. He, listed the following specifications in the description of his video highlighting the beastly hardware his PC packs.
Monitor: Dell UP3218K – 8K IPS Monitor
GPUs: 4x GTX TITAN Xp (2017) 4 WAY SLI @ 2038Mhz / 13358Mhz
Motherboard: Asus Rampage V Extreme (X99)
CPU: i7 6950X @ 4.30GHz
RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 3200Mhz (64GB)
PSU: Corsair AX1500i
CASE: Cooler Master Cosmos II
OS: Samsung 850 Pro 256GB
Games/Programs: Samsung 840 EVO (RAID-0) / Samsung 850 EVO
Definitely some amazing stuff and testing by ThirtyIR. Definitely go and subscribe to his channel if you want to see him pushing PC Gaming boundaries. I personally wouldn’t be surprised if he testes out 12K on a single gaming monitor if it arrives anytime soon.
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