GeForce GTX 750 Ti Runs Battlefield 4 Better Than Console Counterparts

Nvidia’s mid-range GPU makes short work of the heaviest PC games.

Posted By | On 23rd, Feb. 2014 Under News


Titanfall_Nvidia GTX 750 Ti

Nvidia’s recent GeForce GTX 750 Ti is most famously being marketed as being able to run Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall better than the Xbox One, but there’s a lot more to its power than just that.

The GPU, which has 2 GB GDDR5 RAM, 640 CUDA cores and a base clock speed of 1020 Mhz, is also capable of running Battlefield 4 better than the PS4. It can effectively run the game at a solid 60 frames per second at 900p resolution. The PS4 is capable of the same resolution, but the frame rate is less than solid.

How about Crysis 3, one of the most graphically heavy PC games currently available? The GTX 750 Ti apparently runs it at 30 FPS with a 1080p resolution on High settings and 2x anti-aliasing. Also, for those wondering just how much better Titanfall runs, you can achieve a 1080p resolution at 60 FPS with 2xAA on the beta. We’ll have to wait for the full game’s release but this is already miles ahead of what the Xbox One is capable of.

What are your thoughts on the graphics card? Let us know in the comments.


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  • Psionicinversion

    LMFAO 750Ti owns the PS4, that is crazy funny. Makes the consoles look so last gen now its rediculous

    • Mikeherp Derp

      Still can’t build a PC w/ Windows for $400 and beat a PS4.

    • Psionicinversion

      you can if you dont buy windows!!!!!!!!!

    • Mikeherp Derp

      lol no comment

    • TheManInUrPC

      Linux works…I’ve used it XD

    • Crate – A – Day

      I already have a pretty good work/gaming PC but I ordered parts for a new one this week for fun. I wanted to throw together one that was ONLY for gaming to keep next to my entertainment center in the living room. I really didn’t need it, but I have a few hundred bucks from selling hats in TF2 that needed to be wasted on something. If I recycled an old HDD and RAM, the new build would have been under $400. I decided to go 100% new so I bought a 1TB HDD and 8GB of RAM – putting the total build at just over $500. Parts should be here later this week and I plan on assembling it during my lunch break at work. I don’t have a problem with the price of Windows 7 Home Edition – since its a real operating system. Not that I plan on paying for an OS with this machine. For me, spending $550 on a living room machine that is more capable than all of the latest consoles is the best way to go.

    • Mikeherp Derp

      So you pirated windows and your system still came in $150 more expensive, grats. PC mustard race!

    • Crate – A – Day

      No, I am just using one of my unused OS disks. I plan on putting Linux onto it too so I can get used to it as it becomes more popular in gaming. I am not sure why you are talking about mustard though. I don’t mind paying $150 more than a PS4 since it results in higher resolution, better textures and more fluid rates. Plus I already have about 320 games in Steam ready to go. I kind of want to use the PS4 controller but they are like $70 so I am gonna stick with the trusty 360 pad for now.

    • Muchwrong

      You do realize that the reason it is called pc mustard race is because the consoles need to “ketchup” right?

    • Mikeherp Derp

      lololol

    • TheManInUrPC

      Bravo. (Applause)

    • Dakan45

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naO0daBZeRo

      pwndd also on consoles you have to pay for online

      and pc gaming gets cheaper and more optimized with mantle and overclockin have fun being stuck with subpar graphics and pay for online.

    • Crate – A – Day

      You can do it for around $500 and it can walk all over the current consoles. I spent $538 on my living room machine and it has the card from this article. My budget was $500 though so I went a bit over but it doesn’t really matter to me since its a computer. I could have gotten it under $500 if I got a 500GB drive like the consoles have and a less powerful PSU since this GPU doesn’t require much energy. I guess my case was a little more pricey since it was super tiny. After my testing so far (http://nextgenlastgen.wordpress.com/) it does seem like the card can out preform the current consoles with the same games.

    • Weak1ings

      BTW:
      http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Weak1ings/saved/FRx2FT
      Enjoy, I will sometimes update the build.

    • John D

      It said at a more solid frame rate. I did not say if it runs BF4 with all the settings that the PS4 is running at. Very stupid article.

      It could be running BF4 at a better framerate with lots of graphic settings turned down or off.
      Test of BF4 with this card.

      http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-750-ti-review,3750-9.html

    • Menofwarforever .
    • John D

      I did not say ultra. It was confirmed by DICE next gen is settings between high and Ultra. You got to remember there is no slider on consoles. They optimize till they find the right balance.

      This is from a face off. Both PS4 and Xbox One versions are sights to behold having spent eight years with current-gen platforms, but in their current states, neither can topple the PC’s crown at ultra settings – instead coming in closer to its high setting

      Also both versions uses Ultra settings lighting HBAO.

      But like I said BF4 really is not a good benchmark for graphics. It was also released on 360 and PS3 so it is not built from the ground up for PC or PS4, XB!. BF5 will be a true benchmark if they ditch the old consoles.

    • Menofwarforever .

      Where is your source from Dice to confirm this I have yet seen none that said it was.

    • John D

      http://www.ign.com/videos/2013/08/22/battlefield-4-current-gen-vs-next-gen-gamescom-2013

      He says it at the beginning Next gen is between Ultra high and Normal high.

    • Menofwarforever .

      I did not hear him say anything about the setting for the ps4 in the beginning all I heard was that he said the next gen console were somewhere “Between ultra and high end pcs.” which I lol at that even the people commenting the the youtube video notice what he said.

    • Dakan45

      Cry some more sony dck licker, pc wins pc has superior graphics pc has more exlusives pc wins

      bf4 on ps4= barelly high settings with 1600×900 with fps drops

      THe pc version is superior and constantly upgrades and will run better with mantle, clueless as always.

      Sorry you are attached to your sony box, thats all pc wins.

    • NinoBr0wn

      Good thing we play games and not specs, huh?

  • Guest

    Xb1’s CPU + GPU, or APU = $110. PS4’s GPU+CPU or APU = $100. GTX 750 Ti = GPU only = $169 http://www.newegg.com/Product/

    • Psionicinversion

      $110 when bought by the millions, prolly more like $160-180, plus youve also got fans, heat sink, silicon, metal, 2GB GDDR5, capacitors VRM’s power connectors DVI/HDMI/Displayport connectors, packaging etc theres alot more to it than just a GPU.

  • nyra08

    Who cares. If I want PC specs, I’d build a PC. The now current gen consoles are a plug & play sort of thing. I could go into a store today, buy a gaming laptop, and the moment I walk out the door it’s obsolete. But hey that’s technology. I’m content with my PS4 and I’m loving it’s features because they work for me. Whatever platform, whatever game, enjoy your fortunes because there are those who are happy with far less.

    • wobblemane

      “buy a gaming laptop”

      you can’t compare gamging laptops with desktop machines. I have my PC for almost 3 years now, with a graphics card similar to the 750Ti, and it’s going to remain better than the consoles for years to come. Just because I have the option to upgrade my card doesn’t mean I have too. In fact, with the 750Ti you could get a sub 500$ gaming PC or even throw it into a somewhat recent non-gaming PC for 150$. That’s cheaper than a PS4 in the end because there is no yearly 50$ PSN+ fee.

      My biggest reason to stick with PC personally, is that barely any games I like to play are available on consoles.

    • nyra08

      Cool story bro. Like I said. This article doesn’t affect me. I just find it funny that a PC component is comparing itself to a console, rather than other graphics processors, that’s all. The next gen consoles are like the new kids in school. Sure they’ll be tested by everyone to see what they’re all about but for the sake of popularity, they’re gonna do what they want regardless seeing as how they entered the scene with an agenda.

    • momo

      you make no sens bro, you’re basically saying you’re happy getting screwed over…

    • TheManInUrPC

      Like momo said, the consoles are the nickel and dime machines. Pay a subscription, pay for DLC, pay about 10-30 dollars more for a game, and enjoy all the other bells a whistles that you have to pay for just to get what you need….

  • Paradox

    Most are missing the point that this is Nvidia flexing a bit vs their competition. That is a cheap price tag for a powerful GPU. NVIDIA is just showing what the consoles are missing out on.

    • adon cabre

      While PlayStation 4 prepares its lineup: Second Son, Murdered: Soul Suspect, The Order, Last of Us 2, Uncharted, Final Fantasy XV & The Last Guardian, etc… All big budget, triple-a titles @ 1080p w/ 60 frame-rate.

      So which platform is missing out?

    • TheManInUrPC

      First of All, Last Of Us 2 is not guaranteed. That’s one strike agaisnt you. Second, Final Fantasy XV has about as much potential to come to PC as GTA V…(which is definently coming to PC). Third, You can’t guarantee that all the other games will play at 1080p @ 60 fps. Wait, that’s strike three…you’re out.

    • Patrick Edward

      pc is indisputably better than ps4, if you wanna play all those games you need to own both unfortunately

    • Josh

      He was not talking about exclusive titles. Besides, being able to emulate both PS2 and PS1, I’m sure PC has enough good games, not to mention PC exclusives. He was actually referring to the power of the systems. A computer with a decent CPU and a 750 Ti is stronger than a PS4, and that’s what the PS4 is missing out on.

    • adon cabre

      Well, doesn’t seem to be Missing out on much. Its not

  • Dakan45

    BUUTHURT console games?

  • Kay Wrobel

    I moved over from last-gen consoles to PC gaming, and this was the GPU of my choice. I could not be happier with it. It smokes everything I’ve seen on the 360 and PS3 by a mile, and this article just solidifies my thought of skipping next-gen (or current-gen) consoles completely. In fact, I feel like repurchasing some of last-gen’s best games that I already have in my PS360 library because I truly feel like I’ve been missing out on something. 60fps is just so tangibly better than 30fps (or often less). Granted, I only play games on 720p because that’s the native resolution of my TV, but I also tested a bunch of games in 1080p and so far it’s been rock-solid except for Metro Last Light and maybe Bioshock where I had to dial down on a few details. But on 720p, these two games just scream. Love the GTX 750 Ti. Highly recommended if you want current-gen experience on a tight budget.


 

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