BattleField Hardline Performance Review AMD vs Nvidia

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BattleField : Hardline

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Considering that these are considered "low" detail, we have to say that Hardline looks fantastic. If anything we're surprised by how good it looks on low detail, but how little extra is added by the move through High into Ultra. Maybe we expect too much after seeing LA Noire faces and Far Cry 4 foliage. One day they'll all combine into a game that matches what we have in our heads.

Still, BattleField Hardline certainly doesn't lack for graphical prowess. The question is, what performance can you get at these settings?

Low

BattleField : Hardline Low Detail    BattleField : Hardline Low Detail 2   

High

BattleField : Hardline High Detail     BattleField : Hardline Graphics Comparison   

Ultra

BattleField : Hardline Ultra Detail     BattleField : Hardline Ultra comparison  

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Most Recent Comments

01-04-2015, 10:50:54

SKITZ1980
Did you run the 290X card with mantle API or were both run using DirectX?Quote

01-04-2015, 11:55:41

WillSK
The game runs beautifully on Ultra on my 780 too even with 110% resolution scale on top of thatQuote

01-04-2015, 12:02:55

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by SKITZ1980 View Post
Did you run the 290X card with mantle API or were both run using DirectX?
See page 1, it says DirectX onlyQuote

01-04-2015, 12:08:06

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by SKITZ1980 View Post
Did you run the 290X card with mantle API or were both run using DirectX?
Huge hint on the 1st page


http://i.imgur.com/dle3Mvv.png?1


I still love the fact that the 290X came out October 2013, The GTX 980 came out November 2014 and the 290X is beating it nicely.

I know it's an AMD title but it's good to see this Quote

01-04-2015, 18:07:15

NeverBackDown
That's what optimization does for ya, taking older hardware and making them spank the new hardware

I know it was DX11 only but i am interested in Mantle. Maybe like a scaling benchmark between 295x2/290/280x etc.Quote
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