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So yesterday I ordered a GTX 680 to replace my 470, yeah a pretty big step up. I was wondering if my system would bottleneck the 680?

AMD 1055T @ 3.6 GHz
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1TB Samsung SpinPoint F3

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Ehhh....at 1080 resolution I think you're going to be okay. While a Sandy/Ivy setup would be preferable, I think you're going to be quite alright with the 1055T. Especially at 3.6 GHZ. Now, if you add another 680, you will most assuredly.need to upgrade.

Edit: Off Topic: How is that Chronos SSD working for you? What's your opinion of it?
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Ehhh....at 1080 resolution I think you're going to be okay. While a Sandy/Ivy setup would be preferable, I think you're going to be quite alright with the 1055T. Especially at 3.6 GHZ. Now, if you add another 680, you will most assuredly.need to upgrade.

Edit: Off Topic: How is that Chronos SSD working for you? What's your opinion of it?

That's good. I'm certainly not going to add another 680 any time soon, if I did I would have an Ivy Bridge by then. tongue.gif

As for the Chronos, it certainly sped up my system, although it never never lived up to the specs it claimed, but I guess that's to be expected...
post #4 of 21
Ah okay. Well that's good to know.

When you get your 680, test her out for us! =) See what your CPU and GPU utilization are. I'm interested to hear....

I think that Thuban has quite a bit of life left in it....
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An X6 1055T will bottleneck a GTX680 no matter what clocks you set it at. frown.gif
    
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An X6 1055T will bottleneck a GTX680 no matter what clocks you set it at. frown.gif

Absolute rubbish. Clearly an Intel fanboy here tongue.gif An AMD 1055T is plenty enough to run a GTX680.
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I have a 1055 and they are very under rated CPU's. they are brilliant.
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An X6 1055T will bottleneck a GTX680 no matter what clocks you set it at. frown.gif

you talk -edited-. there is a guy from NVidia *not giving names* he has a E6850 with a 480 and there is a very small amount of a bottle neck there but not that much at all. a 1055T is 200% better than the 6850 at least.

nothing a small OC will sort out.
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An X6 1055T will bottleneck a GTX680 no matter what clocks you set it at. frown.gif

Pretty much this
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Absolute rubbish. Clearly an Intel fanboy here tongue.gif An AMD 1055T is plenty enough to run a GTX680.

Nope
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I have a 1055 and they are very under rated CPU's. they are brilliant.

They are good up to about 6970 speeds, after that they begin to bottleneck
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I have a 1055 and they are very under rated CPU's. they are brilliant.

100% with you on that. Just because their not *Name premium* CPUs like Intel chips doesn't mean their weak. My 1055T is at 4.01Ghz (Check sig) and it storms through anything I require from it. GTX680 will do absolutely fine with the CPU.
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100% with you on that. Just because their not *Name premium* CPUs like Intel chips doesn't mean their weak. My 1055T is at 4.01Ghz (Check sig) and it storms through anything I require from it. GTX680 will do absolutely fine with the CPU.

It isnt about name premium lol

The truth is in alot of situations it wont provided full gpu utilisation and will bottleneck
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