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Does a Ryzen 3 2300x Paired with an XFX rx 570 8gb XXX edition Cause bottleneck? I'm Just Confused and also if you know anything i can do to make my graphics card (that doesn't involve overclocking) Let me Know!

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10 minutes ago, you! said:

if you know anything i can do to make my graphics card

make your graphics card what?

 

bottleneck depends entirely on the game and performance target. Maybe you have a bottleneck, maybe not, you have to tell us what you're after.


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They are decent match for each-other. I'd imagine for the mass majority of graphics intensive games you would be far more GPU bottlenecked (even overclocked) then you would be CPU bound. But it entirely depends on the application/workload.


Currently have a Zotac Amp 1080 TI with a Ryzen 5 3600.

Nothing fancy but it does well for 4k gaming.

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