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Posted · Original PosterOP

Im think of building a mini itx pc with the evga hadron im on a budget of 580 and ive come to a conclusion with a , Case: Evga Hardron air. Cpu: i5 

3330 Ivy Bridge Processor Quad Core Socket 1155 Gpu: XFX Radeon HD 7950 Double Dissipation. MB : MSI B75IA-E33 Motherboard Socket 1155 Mini ITX Motherboard . the rest i already have from my previouse build, thanks 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

i was just wondering if the cpu will bottleneck im going to be doing uni work and gaming on it but i will upgrade it. i was wondering if this will be a good enough build for 12 months. thanks

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Yeah, so... what's the question? And if you are trying to get the best bang for your buck on a smaller budget, mITX usually isn't the way to go.


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If you need to ask about bottlenecking then the automatic answer should be yes because it's too common of a question and it really should be common knowledge. Anything and everything will bottleneck everything and anything simply because it just isn't as fast as the other parts in some way, shape, or form.

 

If you want an actual answer, no it shouldn't be a noticeable bottleneck to any graphics card on the market at this time.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

If you need to ask about bottlenecking then the automatic answer should be yes because it's too common of a question and it really should be common knowledge. Anything and everything will bottleneck everything and anything simply because it just isn't as fast as the other parts in some way, shape, or form.

 

If you want an actual answer, no it shouldn't be a noticeable bottleneck to any graphics card on the market at this time.

you sir. are. a. god!

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