While both AMD and EA released their own benchmarks using the Mantle API, we have been waiting for an independent test and now we have one. The test configurations used by both EA and AMD were a little odd so the guys over at Computerbase.de conducted their own test and the results do not disappoint.
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The decision to delay the Mantle patch for Battlefield 4 was arrived at after much consideration. DICE on the public introduction of Mantle has received continuous support from AMD and the release of the Battlefield 4 has already been stirring a lot of excitement. This was stated by a public representative of AMD who also confirmed that a January release is what AMD is looking forward to now.
So it has finally been confirmed that the flagship A10 Kaveri APU from AMD is going to come all bundled up with the Battlefield 4. This piece of information has been revealed through a Swedish source and it is quite surprising as well as happy news because AMD APU’s are usually known for being priced very reasonably and now it comes with a little surprise.
SAPPHIRE is putting some more fun into this; it will be giving away vouchers for Battlefield 4 with the purchase of any R series cards. The name Battlefield 4 surely requires no introduction. It currently falls under the category of the world’s most famous game and it has been evident that it runs best on the graphics cards which are based on the GCN architecture.
For the enthusiasts, the Battlefield 4 is only a week away from being launched and with no exaggeration; we have a huge audience anticipating it. According to the sources, DICE is quite contended with the launch and claims that Battlefield 4 would merely be the smoothest and finest of all the launches in Battlefield contract. This new addition can probably turn out to be the biggest game for DICE up till now.
CyberPower has been one of the leading manufacturers of custom PC laptops and PCs and this time it has decided to double the offering for double fun; it has made an official announcement for its bundle offer of the next generation GPU from AMD and the much awaited Battlefield 4 first person shooter. CyberPower is already taking the orders for AMD’s Radeon R9 290X powered gaming machines.
MAINGEAR has teamed up with AMD and EA games to work on the two exclusive branded flagship systems. These systems will be powered by the AMD Radeon R9 290X graphics solutions and nothing can beat the amazing visual output which anticipators of the Battlefield 4 will be able to enjoy.
Rumors about the Radeon R9 290X Battlefield 4 bundle being postponed for unknown reasons have now been taken care of as the bundle is now available for pre order with a specific number of Swedish retailers. Now that the pre order availability of the bundle has been confirmed with this news, the specifications have also been unveiled. We also have access to the benchmark score in 3DMark 2013. Much of the specifications which we managed to get our hands on came from the leaked images of the GPU-z and these were for the Radeon R9 280X, Radeon R7 260X and Radeon R7 240 but now we have much information about the R9 290X as well.
We have been talking a lot about AMD’s Mantle API over the past few days and how it will give a nice boost in performance to video game titles that take advantage of it. One such game is Battlefield 4 and according to AMD the Battlefield 4 demo at AMD’s GPU 14 event was running on a single AMD Radeon R9 290X at 5760 x 1080.