Battlefield 4 Budget Build Performance
Published: 12th February 2014 | Source: PCSpecialist | Price: £549 |
One of the most popular and highly rated games to be released in 2013, the new instalment to the Bioshock series is heralded for its graphics. As such, it only made sense to include it in our testing.
We used three different quality presets to do our run-throughs; Low, Normal, and High, all at 1080p. For low end systems, we usually only run this at Low and Normal presets, but since this is higher end than the rest, we decided to throw in results for the High setting too.
We see very low minimum frame rates across the board here, so we'll put that down to another anomaly in the benchmark. Excluding that, even at maximum settings we see the FPS is close to 90 which is stunning for a PC of this price.
One of the newest arrivals to the world of benchmarks, ALLBenchmark's Catzilla is already a popular option for those looking to test their systems. With a dubstep sound track and mutant cats there's not much that can beat Catzilla in terms of entertainment.
Back to another graphics intensive benchmark we see the system well ahead of the other points of comparison. This isn't quite as high as we've seen in other real game benchmarks, as these tests do attempt to push the processor to the limits too, and as we already know, the Pentium isn't that strong.