The NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN Z Review
Battlefield 4 (DirectX 11)
Battlefield 4 features an intense and character-driven single player campaign, fused with the strongest elements of multiplayer. Pilot vehicles, take advantage of the dynamic destructible environments and don't let your squad down.
Watch the new single player trailer above for a glimpse of the drama and perils Tombstone Squad has to face, trying to find its way back home.
Throw yourself into the all-out war of Battlefield 4's multiplayer. With support for 64 players and 7 unique game modes available on 10 vast maps, nothing compares to the scale and scope of Battlefield 4.
For BF4, 2560x1440 does make any of these configurations break a sweat. The R9 295X2 nearly hits the 90 FPS mark on average while the GTX Titan Z and GTX 780 Ti SLI setup get up past 80 FPS. None of the three are showing any kind of frame rate variance issues which is good news.
At 4K, things look a little different. Here the Radeon R9 295X2 is able to hit about 47 FPS on average with no issues with frame variance. The GTX Titan Z hits 43 FPS (which is about 9% slower). The GTX 780 Ti SLI setup is actually just a hair faster than the Titan Z in terms of average frame rate but it has a couple of very large, noticeable hitches in the game play that were repeatable.