Check out Battlefield 4 running at 5K resolution
Most PC gamers are running with modest to decent PC hardware, at a perfectly-fine 1080p resolution. But that’s not good enough for some of the hardcore gamers out there. Like the guys in the video above, who built a powerful rig and hooked it up to no less than five 1080p monitors for a game of Battlefield 4. Running at (almost) 5K resolution: (5,400 x 1,920) spread out over all five 1080p monitors!
The system required to run Battlefield 4 at such a high resolution is astonishing: an Intel Core i7 4770 Quad Core CPU to start with, coupled with dual Radeon V2 7990 graphics cards, and a ton of RAM. Not to mention dual SSDs and a 1,200 Watt power supply. Even with that powerful of a system, we’re surprised that the game gets around 80+ fps on High settings (but not on Ultra, though). The PC is almost as powerful as DICE’s own monster rigs that powered Battlefield 4 at trade shows.
For more on the PC graphics of the game, check out the recent Battlefield 4 PC graphics comparison, comparing the visual quality from low to ultra.
Did you upgrade your PC for Battlefield 4? Or perhaps you’re still waiting for DICE to fix the game before making such an investment? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section!