Battlefield 4 Open Beta gameplay on Intel HD Graphics 4600 via an i7-4770S (Haswell), captured via AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable. Siege of Shanghai map, Domination game mode. This video shows off three 16:9 resolutions and how a setup, running Intel HD Graphics 4600 without a discrete GPU (such as a GTX 780), handles BF4 at each resolution.
This is the first gameplay video that I have captured with the AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable. The slowdowns are all in-game, not at all caused by the LGP.
1920x1080 starts at: 0:42
1600x900 starts at: 3:48
1280x720 starts at: 6:10
Frames per second shown by Dxtory (top left corner) and the Frostbyte Engine console command "perfoverlay.drawfps 1" (top right corner). Why two? To see if Dxtory causes any slowdown.
RECentral video settings:
Video Format: MP4 (H.264+AAC)
Video Bitrate: 60,000kbps
Audio Bitrate: 256kbps
Frame Rate: 30
\Project\ Desktop HTPC:
-Intel Haswell i7-4770S
-Mushkin Enhanced Stealth DDR3 1600 8GB (2x4GB) dual channel RAM @ 8-8-8-24
-Samsung 470 Series 64GB SSD for Windows + immediate apps
-Samsung Pro 840 Series 256GB SSD for storage + 'auxiliary' apps
-Lite-On CD/DVD combo drive
-Intel HD Graphics 4600 (on CPU)
-ASUS Xonar Essence STX PCIe sound card
-PicoPSU-150-xt 12V DC-DC ATX power supply
-HiFiMAN HE-400 headphones
-Acer H274HLBMID Black 27" LED backlit LCD (only 20 watts!)
-Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
-Case/Chassis: Rosewill RC-CIX-01 BK Glossy Black Steel Cube Mini-ITX
-DualShock 2 controller via HDE dual PS2 to USB connector.
-AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable capture device
Captured by AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable at multiple resolutions, as stated above. Edited in Windows Movie Maker.
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