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Is i5-10400f bottlenecking an Radeon r7 360oc?

No. That's completely insane, the R7 360 is an extremely outdated card that wouldn't even be bottlenecked by a Sandy Bridge i3.

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Unless you are running games at 144p. Hell No. Yes I mean 144p not 1440p.

I will recommend an NHu12s (or an NHd15 (maybe)) for your PC build. Quote or @ me @Prodigy_Smit for me to see your replies.

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19 minutes ago, Aereldor said:

No. That's completely insane, the R7 360 is an extremely outdated card that wouldn't even be bottlenecked by a Sandy Bridge i3.

So , if I play a game with this setup , I’ll get good FPS, I’ve upgraded from an i3-6100 but now I don’t have enough money for a good graphics card 

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17 hours ago, NikitaSch said:

So , if I play a game with this setup , I’ll get good FPS, I’ve upgraded from an i3-6100 but now I don’t have enough money for a good graphics card 

Should have upgraded your GPU, a 6100 is fine but an R7 360 sucks

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