I have a Ryzen 3 1200, RX 470 4GB and 16GB DDR4-2400 running at 2667 now my CPU does not meet the minimum requirements but I am actually impressed by the performance I am getting.
So before BFV launched officially on the 20th for me, I went around looking for solutions to my performance problems I was a having when playing my 10 hour trial. This was pre and post the 15th of November update.
Right now, am now getting 60+ fps stable 95% of the time on all maps. Rotterdam for some reason lags a little at the start of a round. Not too sure if it’s a video memory problem or something similar but it sorts itself out after a couple of minutes.
So what did I do?
- Updated Windows 10 to 1809
- Updated to the latest AMD display drivers. 18.11.2 (I used Radeon Settings to remove the older version and do a fresh install)
- Overclocked my RAM from 2400 to 2667 (I think this had the biggest impact due to Ryzen loving fast RAM I am going to try for 2800)
- Disabled Origin In Game (this might have also helped)
- Checking if windows was not limiting my performance/parking cores.
- I set custom fan curves in the BIOS for my CPU and using MSI Afterburner for my GPU.
- Disabled DirectX 12 and sticking to DirectX 11(I get a black screen when I try using DX12 now).
- Set everything to low, switched everything of including future frame rendering, although I could probably get away with Med/High I like the somewhat tiny advantage.
Below are my performance settings. I honestly care more about game play than graphics. 60fps is what I waned and I got it.
Otherwise the game is pretty fun, the only bug I have experienced is getting a green blur on my screen when I am dying and look at a team mates silhouette that is close to me. Also bi-pods are a little funky, that is apparently going to be fixed early December.