I pretty much just use this for Battlefield 4. I built this PC just before the Beta for Battlefield 4 came out, and it's been finished for quite some time now. But it's still pretty much your best build option for the game. Now that the GTX 770s have come down in price, if you have the money do that, but if not, I would take this over a single Titan. Heck, maybe even over a single 780ti. The only thing I still need is an adapter for the monitor for adaptive refresh rate. It's supposed to be a really nice bang for your buck with this monitor. Don't tell me I should have bought i7 either. Benchmarks show about an extra 2-3 frames per second. Not worth the extra money. Sorry. So far my only complaint is the Asus burner. It sucks. But maybe I just need some newer software. I'll post benchmark scores if anybody wants any in particular. I run BF4 in max, except effects quality, which i have on high as opposed to Ultra. It runs about 80fps either way, but close up explosions drop the frame rate if effects quality is on Ultra.
My favorite parts in this build are the case (great for hiding cables under the mobo), and the monitor. 144hz is nice.
Stock Temps: CPU: Idle: CPU1-4: 38, 40, 38, 38 Load: CPU1-4: 67, 65, 66, 63
GPU: Idle: GPU1 and 28: , 33 Load: GPU1 and 2: 67, 82
3DMark 11 Scores: Performance: P9817
3DMark Scores: CloudGate: 16240 FireStrike: 6441 IceStorm: 92545
New 3DMark Scores after overclock: CloudGate: 17128 FireStrike: 6786 IceStorm: 96481
PCMark 8 Home Accelerated 3.0: 4617