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post #11 of 35
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JUST NO

unless OP has a CX 750 or CS 750 everything is getting more than enough power
its a CX750
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honestly its not really worth the money to go from an amd 6 core to an 8 core.....

well my FX 6100 is bottlenecking unless i overclock it to 4.6ghz
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How much for cpu,case and mobo?
whats my limit or the price at the store for the cases and MoBo?
Edited by Sad - 3/5/14 at 5:04pm
post #12 of 35
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its a CX750
well my FX 6100 is bottlenecking unless i overclock it to 4.6ghz
whats my limit or the price at the store for the cases and MoBo?

what makes you think your cpu is bottlenecking.....

im running cf 7850s and i never see about 80%cpu or gpu usage in games
post #13 of 35
Yes.how much money will you be spending on cpu,mobo and case?
Edited by PontiacGTX - 3/5/14 at 5:29pm
post #14 of 35
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what makes you think your cpu is bottlenecking.....

im running cf 7850s and i never see about 80%cpu or gpu usage in games
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How much for cpu,case and mobo?
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honestly its not really worth the money to go from an amd 6 core to an 8 core.....

when i run BF3 at 4.6Ghz i get 120+ FPS if im not mistaken 3.8Ghz 60Fps, plus this mobo doesnt have 2 x16 slots its a 1 x16 1x4 slot
post #15 of 35
that doesn't necessarily mean your cpu is bottle necking. if you run an x series intel processor at stock with the same vid cards it will get less fps than with the cpu overclocked.
post #16 of 35
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that doesn't necessarily mean your cpu is bottle necking. if you run an x series intel processor at stock with the same vid cards it will get less fps than with the cpu overclocked.
then whats causing my FPS lag issues then?
post #17 of 35
you need to check your cpu and gpu usage while in game, if either one is 100% then thats your bottleneck. i seriously doubt either will be 100% though.

whats the refresh rate on your monitor. if you only have a 60hz refresh rate than anything over 60fps is useless anyways
post #18 of 35
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you dont think this is a bottleneck i only have 1 x16 slot 1 x4 slot CPU Load 64% gpu load 40%
post #19 of 35
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you dont think this is a bottleneck i only have 1 x16 slot 1 x4 slot CPU Load 64% gpu load 40%

nope, not at all.

say you have an i7 4770k at stock. your going to get like 70-80fps,

same cpu over clocked to 5ghz is going to get 90-100fps.

but is the cpu bottle necking the gpus, not at all.

honestly you would see a better gain selling off your 7850s and your cpu and mb and going intel i7 or i5 and a gtx 770 or 780.
post #20 of 35
You CPU is fine, the only thing I can think of might be the x4 bottlenecking the second 7850. If you want a performance gain either get a new motherboard (I can say from experience ASUS's Sabertooth boards are fantastic), or sell your 7850s and get an R9 or GTX 7xx.
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