Is My Processor Going To Bottleneck An 8800GT?
Turn all that crap OFF and your machine will thank you. What has been your experience when buying video cards? My e6400 (stock: 2.13GHz) hums along just fine on stock cooling at 3GHz, under full load only hits 55C max. The e2140 I have requires a higher FSB speed than the e2160 or e2180 because of its lower multiplier, but don't neglect good cooling if you want reliable and safe overclocking. weblink
My new board (which is still a socket 775) supports crossfire. I can easily bet Penryn will hit 4ghz if Intel wants to on 45nm (even today, let alone probably 2 more spins/steppings before say nehalem). As long as I don't get too many additional reports regarding my car "starting to run out of power at 6500 rpm" I'll live. hazza8705-03-2008, 08:04 PMI have a E6420 currently running at 3.2GHZ on stock intel HSF and it runs perfectly and not particularly hot.
Um...why? The core chips scale well with clock rate increases, the AMD chips not quite so well. I'm planning to play Battlefield 3 on my 720p TV, which means a pretty low resolution of 1280x768 so hopefully it will run well even if my CPU could've been better. I mean i just brought a $200 video card so i need some cpu power.
Join the community here. Sep 25, 2011 #3 Zaladen TS Rookie Topic Starter Wow that's some quick replies! Your E6420 shout be able to hit 2.4 - 2.6GHz without a hitch. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/is-my-current-cpu-too-big-of-a-bottleneck-for-an-hd-6780.171280/ Latest: paperfist, Feb 13, 2017 at 1:34 AM Home and Garden AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > CPUs and Overclocking > Toggle Width
AMD over Intel then is sorta like Intel over AMD now, one is better, but it's not like one just can't run stuff. The NB doesn't need extra cooling, thats well within design specs. AMD could magically get their process down (I love them, but they've failed for about a year on this thing) and put out a 3.2ghz phenom. A friend of mine can overclock his E6400 to 2.9GHz stock everything, and I'm sure E6420 would be just as good.
Discussion in 'CPUs and Overclocking' started by Twista, Mar 14, 2008. http://esecurelive.com/is-my/is-my-processor-bottle-necking-my-video-card.html The HD 6870 would be pretty well matched by your Q6600 -which is still a reasonably capable CPU. it was only $90 for both, but im looking to just spend some money on a cpu. Therefore I might as well just get it.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... In the vast majority of cases, a higher number means higher performance, but both ATI and Nvidia tricked people in the past with crippled GS/SE models, so keep an eye open What's wrong with that? check over here If it's LG775, upgrade it!redneckdouglasI am willing to bet it is socket 775, but there is more to upgrading than just socket type, you need to check out chipset.
Your computer boots but crashes under games. Password Register Games FAQ Today's Posts Search Search Forums Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search My Threads and Posts My Posts My Threads Steam Game Discussions # - C D - CPUs and Overclocking May 14, 2009 What CPU will make my GPU the bottleneck?
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AMD over Intel then is sorta like Intel over AMD now, one is better, but it's not like one just can't run stuff. I mean, it's not going to fry, right? (I've seen that destruction post in the forums >_>) Common sense (and experiences with incorrectly installed HSF) tells me that the computer should What are your temperatures like at idle and load (CPU/Video)? The time now is 11:40 PM.
The chipset is nf4 and hard drive is 16mb cache 7200 rpm which is on its on channel because of sata. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Im not looking to go the intel route since i just brought this cpu/mobo 1 week ago lol. this content BF3 is going to be more demanding but if you are running 1280x768 I would think it would definitely give you at least somewhere between around the 50-60 FPS with high
Then just slowly work your way up. Looks good enough to me. End of lag problems. #2 Denithor, Mar 14, 2008 KBTuning Senior member Joined: Mar 22, 2005 Messages: 357 Likes Received: 0 you might need something like an intel tho... What games are you lagging in other than TF2?
Perhaps a Phenom? (I'm not picky between intel or amd) let's say $500 for a decent mobo/cpu/memory. Spirit5 View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by Spirit5 Find Threads by Spirit5 05-18-2010, 01:18 AM #3 General Jameson Join Date: Feb 2009 Reputation: 727 Posts: