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Bottleneck gpu/cpu?!?

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Go to solution Solved by Crunchy Dragon,

As far as I know, you should be fine.

 

If there turns out to be a bottleneck, a quick CPU upgrade will fix that. Usually you can find used Core i5s and i7s supported by your board pretty easily.

So guys i got a kinda bad build that i bought  4 years ago and im planing on upgrading my grafics card but i have a question, so i have an I5- 4440, gtx 750ti 2gb and im planing on getting an rx 580 8 gb or and gtx 1060 6gb the question is, will the gpu be so strong that my cpu will have some trouble keeping up with it, or its kinda ok ?

i dont do a lot i normaly play only cs go (resolution 16:10 -  1440x900 ).

 

TY in advance and sorry if im in the wrong topic

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As far as I know, you should be fine.

 

If there turns out to be a bottleneck, a quick CPU upgrade will fix that. Usually you can find used Core i5s and i7s supported by your board pretty easily.

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

As far as I know, you should be fine.

 

If there turns out to be a bottleneck, a quick CPU upgrade will fix that. Usually you can find used Core i5s and i7s supported by your board pretty easily.

on my country its kinda hard to find and used better cpu but sure i can try to find it xD

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6 minutes ago, chsJAH said:

on my country its kinda hard to find and used better cpu but sure i can try to find it xD

You should definitely look for an i7 4770, since that's usually the cheapest one available. (The 4770s sells for more for some reason.)

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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

You should definitely look for an i7 4770, since that's usually the cheapest one available. (The 4770s sells for more for some reason.)

yeah in portugal its hard man, for an i7 4770 used i must pay around 320 USD - around 280 euros, it sucks xD

 

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I would just get the gpu for now. The i5 is solid and should be able to keep up with the 1060 or 580 quite well. It might bottleneck a little in some games but it shouldn't be too bad. 

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