|You have decent gaming card that's close to the top of the hierarchy chart. Not only that but it's the "boost" version so it's overclocked & has 192-bit memory. That makes it roughly 40% faster than the non-boost version with 128-bit memory. I highly doubt the card is the problem.|
"Everithing is managed"
So you're saying your apps are configured so that nothing is loading at startup & running in the background except what is absolutely necessary? Try this - press Ctrl+Alt+Del to bring up Task Manager, click the Processes tab & look at the lower left corner. How many processes do you have running? For comparison sake, I have 48.
"i have a permanent licensed antivirus which scans regularly"
Which AV program is it? Some are resource hogs, some are poor at virus detection, some are both.
"i reached the conclusion that that bottleneck is the video ram which is simply not enough"
Your conclusion is wrong but I'm curious as to how you arrived at it.
"I reached the conclusion on the video memory on BF4 playing online"
Online gaming problems are generally due to the internet connection, not lack of video memory.
"I cant run 1080p at all im runnng 1280*1024 native"
If your monitor's native resolution is 1280*1024 (5:4), that's what you should be running at. Why would you attempt 1080p which is a widescreen resolution (16:9)? The screen resolution should be set to the monitor's native resolution & kept that way. If you want better frame rates, change the resolution in your game settings & turn off some of the eye candy.
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