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    Default Alienware m17 and Battlefield 4

    Anyone tried after release?

    Ive done the X64.

    I have problems with the videosettings.
    I cant get a good test on any setup. Not even low on everything.

    Should have enough mf to play this pretty much on high or above for all settings.
    Not that many gaming computers scoring higher on graphics

    Is it a problem with the tester?
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    Default Re: Alienware m17 and Battlefield 4

    BF4: Calling All Soldiers! Battle Reports with the Alienware 17...

    I am running on ultra settings and 13.9 amd drivers and it runs great with 48 fps average on 1900x1200. There was some stuttering but fps remain high so not sure what is causing it especially on 1st level. 2nd level with shanghai no stuttering so far. Get the latest amd drivers.

    With crossfire you should easily be able to run this fluidly at ultra settings
    Good luck.
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    Default Re: Alienware m17 and Battlefield 4

    What u use for drawing you the FPS?
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    Default Re: Alienware m17 and Battlefield 4

    i havent tried the campaign yet but im averaging around 50-60fps on a 64 players match with a 1440x900 res ultra preset. im using a single 7970m stock clocks at .975v. try using the latest beta amd driver. someone in the forums suggested to use playclaw. it shows cpu and gpu utilization, but its kinda hard to work with.
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