When it comes to PC gaming, the Battlefield series has always been about pushing the boundaries to give players as many options as needed to tune the graphics and performance experience to their liking. DICE will continue this tradition with the release of Battlefield V, showcasing the high-end gaming fidelity and performance at launch with continuing support.
Today, we’ll tell PC players just how far they can push their rig when playing Battlefield V.
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KarmaKinetic wrote: »
My GTX 970 does 10 fps now, but ran fine on the alpha and beta
Curious to see if a 1060 does any better.
MsieurLeodagan wrote: »
I play on screen 120hz G-sync with I5 9600K, RTX 2070, 16go ddr4.
For the stuttering, I noticed : I play and if I have suttering, I change settings to play in 60hz and the problem disappears. To test again, I change in 120hz : and I have stuttering.
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