How To Enable A CPU And GPU Benchmark Graph In Star Wars Battlefront


As in previous EA games like Battlefield 4 and others, there is a console command in Star Wars Battlefront to activate a CPU and GPU benchmark graph. You could just enable the FPS overlay, but if you like to use the benchmark graph overlay instead, you will learn in this article how to activate the graph. How To Enable The Benchmark Graph In Battlefront There are two ways to enable the graph. If you only want to show the graph once and for the time you running the game, I suggest you to type the command into the console. If … Continue reading How To Enable A CPU And GPU Benchmark Graph In Star Wars Battlefront

How To Show Additional On-Screen Informations About Your CPU And GPU Config In BF4


DICE added a some more console commands with the latest Battlefield 4 PC Game Update January 30. In this article here I want to talk about a new command that allows us to see additional on-screen information about our CPU and GPU configuration of our system, the screen resolution and the information if we use DirectX 11 or Mantle as rendering engine. To activate this new information screen, we should either write this command in the BF4 console or in a config file for BF4 if we want the information screen to be activated permanently. But now let´s talk about … Continue reading How To Show Additional On-Screen Informations About Your CPU And GPU Config In BF4

How to Enable the CPU and GPU Benchmark Graph in BF4


If you still work on tweaking your game settings or if you simply want to know how your GPU and CPU is performing in Battlefield 4, you have the option to show a graph, something like an ingame benchmark. You need to type a command into the BF4 game console. You can open the console in Battlefield 4 with the tilde key (~). Once you opened the console, you need to type the following command into the console, to enable the CPU and GPU graph: PerfOverlay.DrawGraph 1 If you want to disable the CPU and GPU benchmark display again, you … Continue reading How to Enable the CPU and GPU Benchmark Graph in BF4

I am back to the Blogsphere with an upgraded PC System


I wrote few Days ago that it will be quite on the Blog here for some Days due to a PC System upgrade I was planing on. So I am back with a new System now. I decided to buy following System Components which I use in my new System now: Mainboard: AM3 Gigabyte 970A-UD3 CPU: AM3 AMD Phenom II 965 4x Cores 3,4 Ghz CPU Fan: Xilence M303 Ram: Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3, 2x 4gb 1600Mhz My other Components are still: Graphics: Gainward Nvidia Geforce Phantom 570 GTX Power Supply: Corsair 650 Watt TX And indeed all the other … Continue reading I am back to the Blogsphere with an upgraded PC System

Upgrading my Computer tommorow.


My current PC System is a Gigabyte GA-M56S-S3 with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3ghz and 4gb Corsair DDR2 Ram. I ran the PC System with a Corsair TX 650 Watt Power Supply and a Gainward Geforce GTX 570 Phantom. So even if it is an old AM2 and Dual Core System, Battlefield 3 for example did run surprisingly smooth and without any Problems on a native Screen Resolution of 1650×1050. A lot of my Friends didn´t believe that until they saw it. Nevermind if Single- or Multiplayer.. there wasn´t even a Problem on a Battlefield 64 Player Map. … Continue reading Upgrading my Computer tommorow.