BF4 Demo Ran on an AMD 7990 Dual GPU


Battlefield 4 was running on quite a high end PC. In fact, the GPU it was running on isn’t released to the public yet. The HD 7990, codenamed Malta, will be AMD’s single PCB dual GPU solution, and it will bring Nvidia some much needed competition in that area specifically against the GTX 690 and the non-dual GPU, the GTX Titan.

However, manufacturers such as Powercolor did manage to implement their own variant of the 7990 a while back, and yes it was two 7970s, so it had a steam processor count of 4096 (2048 x 2). You can expect the official 7990 to perform around the same according to


Furthermore, it seems BF4 will be tailored a bit towards AMD GPUs as AMD and DICE have partnered up for this endeavor.

AMD and EA DICE are proud partners in gaming, with a recent history that includes the award-winning Battlefield 3 in 2011. That relationship continues today with the world’s first public demonstration of Battlefield 4, powered by the AMD Radeon HD 7990—the world’s fastest graphics card! Today’s unveiling not only demonstrates the commitment EA DICE makes to state-of-the-art PC graphics, it stands as further proof that the critically-acclaimed Graphics Core Next architecture in the AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series is the best choice for truly advanced PC games.