I am having the identical performance/low framerate issue on 3 separate PCs all of which are almost as high end enthusiast level builds as they get.
I am using the AMD Catalyst 13.11 beta drivers on the first 2 builds and 13.9 on the third build, all with the same pathetic results. Whether I am running triple screen eyefinity @ 5760 x 1080 or single screen at 1920 x 1080 or 1920 x 1200, the frame rate is around 40-65 on ultra settings. If I drop it down to Low quality settings I get double that for FPS.
I am reading of people with 2 Nvidia GTX 780's hitting close to 200FPS all day long and I am averaging 25% of that on all 3 of my builds in BF4. This is on both single player and multiplayer and I have a fiber 50x5 connection so bandwidth is a non issue. This is not a hardware/resource issue but either a bug in software (game itself or drivers), or some type of conflict between drivers or settings. Anyone know of any known issues with BF4 and Raid0? I average 960mbps read write speeds on my Raid 0 using adapted 6805 andSamsung 840 Pro's so I highly doubt thats the issue.... Plus I am having this issue on the system that doesn't have a raid controller/setup.
Here is my hardware spec's for the 3 systems I am having this issue with... THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!
Mobo -Asus Crosshair V Formula Z
CPU - AMD FX 8350 @ stock speeds
Memory - Gskill trident 32GB @ 2133mhz
Hard disk - Raid 0 with Two Samsung 840 Pro 256GB
GPU - XFX 7970 GHZ edition Crossfire x 3
PSU - XFX Pro 1250
Case- Corsair Obsidian 900D
Mobo - EVGA Classified Sr-2
CPU's - Intel Xeon 2.53GHZ 12 core overclocked to 4.2ghz x 2
Memory - Gskill trident 96GB @ 2100 mhz
GPU - Sapphire 7950 flex edition crossfire x 3
Primary Hard disk - Samsung 840 Pro 512GB
PSU - Silverstone 1500watt
Case - Cooler master Cosmos 2
Testing rig -
Case - Thermaltake level10 GT (White)
Mobo - Asus Rampage IV Extreme
CPU - Intel i7 3930k 6 Core CPU @ Stock speeds
GPU - XFX 7970 GHZ edition
PSU - Thermaltake 750 Watt
Primary Hard disk - Samsung 840 Pro x 512GB
Memory - Corsair 2400MHZ x 32GB