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will i have botleneck with my 4770k in 1080 and 1440p if i buy 1070 or 1080 or 1180 when it comes/?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

will i have botleneck with my 4770k in 1080 and 1440p if i buy 1070 or 1080 or 1180 when it comes/?

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Nope. Not in a very measurable way anyways beyond 144fps unless youre competitively playing CS:GO on a 240hz refresh rate monitor


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playing with a 4790k at 4.5 with a 1070 1440p and you will have no bottlenecks , the main difference between your 4770k and a new 8700k its like 10-15 fps in games and better average low fps

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For 240Hz gaming.. yeaaa, you may be stretching it but for 144Hz/165Hz you're fine in both 1080p and 1440p.


 

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5 minutes ago, jim33 said:

will i have botleneck with my 4770k in 1080 and 1440p if i buy 1070 or 1080 or 1180 when it comes/?

Unless you're getting into the Pro scene of esports (CS:GO, Overwatch, LoL, DOTA, Rainbow Six, etc. @ 144 Hz or more), You'll be fine. 


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Short answer, Nope.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

i have one  more question is there  big difference between 144Hz/165Hz and 240Hz  monitors??

because  maybe in 1 year i am thinking to buy one new monitor

 

 

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4 minutes ago, jim33 said:

i have one  more question is there  big difference between 144Hz/165Hz and 240Hz  monitors??

because  maybe in 1 year i am thinking to buy one new monitor

 

 

Well currently 60Hz is the standard you want to shoot for, for smoth gameplay. 144Hz is usually the standard for eSports and twitch shooters, and yes it does look really good. 240Hz is still very uncommon. the main thing to worry about when getting a high refresh rate monitor is 1. can my GPU run games at 144Hz and 2. does it have g-sync (so that if it drops below 144 it still stays smooth on the screen)


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Posted · Original PosterOP

now i want to see one  video and tell me if  4770 worths to  update  to 8700K

4790k vs 8700k - Is It Worth Upgrading ??

and tell me in  this  video because i dont  experience tell me how fast is  8700  from  4770K

 

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2 minutes ago, jim33 said:

this person in this video says that there is bottlenck with 4770K??

Personally I have a 6600K and was looking to upgrade to a 8700K, but it's just not worth it just yet. I'm only looking at about a 5-10% increase in performance, not worth building a whole new system around. 

 

Also, I know people with 2700k CPUs and running with a GTX 1080 without issue. Yes there is SOME bottle neck, but its really only a 10-15fps difference in games, and usually its well above 60fps @1080p and even 1440p sometimes


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Posted · Original PosterOP

bottle neck  you mean in  4770K with  GTX 1080?

 

or  you mean in 2700k CPUs??

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Dude i'm playing with that 4790k and a 1070 1440p and never saw my cpu at 100 , maybe at 70% while streaming + firefox + pubg (early stage) + 12 of my 16gb ram used + music + anything... , If we understand a bottleneck as a 100% cpu usage with gpu at <90% there is no bottleneck at 1440p 165hz with a 4790k & 1070.

 

If you think that if there is 0 bottleneck you will push the same fps that is not correct , I've compared my 4790k with a 8600k(i5 yes but 8 gen) and on the same games 10-15 fps less and usually are the lowest  % fps, so you will have a worse experience with that 4770k but if let you to use my monitor with a 1070/1070ti/1080 you woudnt return it :(  playing now:

Rocket league : 160fps (130low) high settings without blur or hdr
Rainbow6 : high 90-130 fps (high and highest by default , it doesnt matter the setting i touch i play with 90 with shadows high or 130 shadows medium) 
Dota 2: high 160fps
csgo: 160fps full max high settings ftw +++


The way that i look, if its competitive medium-high settings but priorize 144-165 fps. If its a solo game for ambient 70-90 fps ultra its ok (gsync do awesome things on that solo ultra games) 
 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so the  4770k  will  not  have bottleneck with  1070 kai 1080 in 1080 and 1440P corect??

 

my  monitor is   60 hz   in  resolution 1920.1080 so will i have bottleneck with  1070 kai 1080 in 1080?? with  4770K which is  4.5 overclocked??

 

also  yoy  said something that i dont understand

you will have a worse experience with that 4770k but if let you to use my monitor with a 1070/1070ti/1080

what  you mean>?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

someone  told me that if 1180 gtx comes i will have  bottleneck with  my  4770k

 

is it true??

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