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Hey guys, I am working on a personal Project in which i want to buy an "old" system like a dell optiplex with a 3rd or 4th gen i5 (i7 if possible), then throw in some 8gb of ram and a gpu. But before buying everything i would like to test the components to see if i dont have any bottle neck problema. Do you know if there is something such a webpage or simulator in which i can pair components and have general results? any help is apprecitated, have a great day and thanks for your time. 

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For storage i would be using an ssd i have lying around that i got a couple of weeks ago for cheap 

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Just search up whatever game you like with game debate at the end. then scroll down until you find the test my pc bit. 

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3 minutes ago, David Rubio said:

Hey guys, I am working on a personal Project in which i want to buy an "old" system like a dell optiplex with a 3rd or 4th gen i5 (i7 if possible), then throw in some 8gb of ram and a gpu. But before buying everything i would like to test the components to see if i dont have any bottle neck problema. Do you know if there is something such a webpage or simulator in which i can pair components and have general results? any help is apprecitated, have a great day and thanks for your time. 

It's really just common sense. I don't think there's any place you can test the bottleneck in something before you buy.

 

If you're pairing an old i3, i5 or i7 then you'll bottleneck anything better than a 1060 6GB.

Judge a product on its own merits AND the company that made it.

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1 minute ago, josbeph83 said:

Just search up whatever game you like with game debate at the end. then scroll down until you find the test my pc bit. 

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thanks dude:D 

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