- Dec 23, 2006
It's not the amount of memory. 16GB of memory for the computer and in the case of the 7700K it was a 1080 which has 8GB of vram. With my 3570k it was 16GB of computer memory and a GTX970 which is 4GB of vram. When I switched to a 3600 the problems went away. Another problem was the FPS. They were good but frames were being dropped and the game was choppy. The FPS counters do not account for this. It was a CPU issue in BF5. I should note BF1 did not have any effect close to what BF5 had on older CPU's.Just curious. How much RAM was involved? In my experience having "too little" memory can have pretty much the same effect.
The guy with the 7700K went to a 5600x and said the problem went away completely using the 1080 with it.