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Posted · Original PosterOP

can someone teach me how to prevent bottlenecks before buying the gpu

like what specs should i look at in my cpu to know what gpu to get

and can a ryzen 3 3300x run well with 1070ti

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Technically and literally there's always a Bottleneck. But in a sense that something will slow something down. It depends on that you will be pairing. Like it's obviously not logical to get an athlon with a titan rtx if that makes sense. 

1 minute ago, xyan3 said:

and can a ryzen 3 3300x run well with 1070ti

That'll run fine. 


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This review can help you decide which GPU to pair with your 3300X and assuming that the 1070ti is 2070 levels of performance you can get a pretty good idea of how GPU scaling is with the 3300X

 

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8 minutes ago, xyan3 said:

can someone teach me how to prevent bottlenecks before buying the gpu

like what specs should i look at in my cpu to know what gpu to get

and can a ryzen 3 3300x run well with 1070ti

firstly, never look at bottleneck calculator websites. they are always crap. also don't look at userbenchmark.

 

secondly,pick the cpu and seach on youtube or in tech article forums how it performs with a variety of gpus.

then pick a gpu and  seach on youtube or in tech article forums how it performs with a variety of cpus.

 

based on this two, you should be able to understand what works well with what.

 

generally, you want a gpu bottleneck, not a cpu bottleneck (you want the cpu to be slightly better than the gpu) to avoid stutters.

 

a 3300x and a 1070ti should work very well.

 

but depending on the game, in some you will be bottleneck by the cpu, in some by the gpu. and that's fine

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so is there anyway i can look at cpu and gpu specs sheet and tell if bottlenecking would be caused

 

and how to know or make a gpu bottleneck 

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2 minutes ago, xyan3 said:

tell if bottlenecking would be caused

Don't use Bottleneck calculators. Since they're really crap and are always wrong. 

You can look at videos benchmarking the GPU with a certain cpu or different cpu's and vise versa. 


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3100.

B550m TuF plus.

Hyper x rgb 8 gig stick. (MJR or CJR  i still don't know lol).

1650 super.

CX450.

MX500.

NX500.

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, xyan3 said:

so is there anyway i can look at cpu and gpu specs sheet and tell if bottlenecking would be caused

 

and how to know or make a gpu bottleneck 

spec sheets are difficult to understand and compare. it's best to look at benchmarks. look at what people usually recommend pairing.

ask here if you plan a build and people will help.

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Step 1 to avoid bottleneck of any sort - don't boot a PC


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