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post #5341 of 8112
depends on what you consider bottleneck
post #5342 of 8112
gaming bottleneck
post #5343 of 8112
like a say if you get say 110FPS with one cpu and 120FPS with another cpu is this a bottleneck?
post #5344 of 8112
http://www.overclock.net/t/1090453/is-my-x6-1090t-bottlenecking-my-hd6990
bottleneckin hard even with phenom x6 4ghz frown.gif 30 fps withcrysis 2
post #5345 of 8112
30FPS you never see one way or another with a 60Mhz monitor maxs out at 60FPS
post #5346 of 8112
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is fx-8150 clocked to 4,7ghz bottlenecking 6990?

I wouldn't think so. Maybe my 8120 @ 4.5ghz is bottle necking my 7850.....?
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post #5347 of 8112
every rig bottles necks no mater if your talking Intel or AMD but what is needed is to balance a rig and put the bottleneck where your not going to have it afect your use of your rig
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every rig bottles necks no mater if your talking Intel or AMD but what is needed is to balance a rig and put the bottleneck where your not going to have it afect your use of your rig

I see what u mean but that don't answer our questions.
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post #5349 of 8112
This FX-4170 is quite a bit more than double the performance for my 555 was and installing it increased my actual in game frame rates by ~20%-30%. Doubling your CPU power is not going to yield a similar increase in game performance, unless you are benchmarking FritzChess. My guess would be that going from a 8120 to 2600k on a rig with high-end graphics capability would yield about the same increase in actual game performance as my 555/4170 upgrade did, around 20%-30%.
    
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post #5350 of 8112
the amount of bottle neck you will have with your gpu you are not going to see if your using a single monitor
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