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Am i getting bottlenecked?

Rig in Sig. I am getting avg of 90+fps on bf4 max settings (in shooting range) and i think i am getting bottlenecked D: (1080p)

(i saw benchmarks with people getting above 100fps on 1080p settings D:)

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Nope, you shouldn't be bottlenecking. 

 

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benchmarks will never be exactlly the same on every system as there is always variables, the fact you are getting within 10fps of the benchmark means it could be your area is slightly warmer than the benchmark or an almight of other facters.

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I think that's due to most people benchmarking with the ultra preset and not at maxed settings and/or they may be oc'ing.

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Well YES you are, but not in any major way by your hardware. :P

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Nope, you shouldn't be bottlenecking. 

 

Well YES you are, but not in any major way by your hardware. :P

Well there are 2 different opinions... FIGHT! :P 

 

I think that's due to most people benchmarking with the ultra preset and not at maxed settings and/or they may be oc'ing.

I pretty much OC the living crap out of my 290x....

 

benchmarks will never be exactlly the same on every system as there is always variables, the fact you are getting within 10fps of the benchmark means it could be your area is slightly warmer than the benchmark or an almight of other facters.

Hmmm such as? :o

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Semantics. There is per definition always a bottleneck. There isnt the slightest possibility to avoid it in more then one programm.

 

However the common term "bottleneck" in the tech/gamer universe mostly means "is my graphics card the limiting factor in my pc?"

 

To answer your question, the way you wanted it: No, your graphics card is the limiting factor in your rig, just as intended and desired.

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Semantics. There is per definition always a bottleneck. There isnt the slightest possibility to avoid it in more then one programm.

 

However the common term "bottleneck" in the tech/gamer universe mostly means "is my graphics card the limiting factor in my pc?"

 

To answer your question, the way you wanted it: No, your graphics card is the limiting factor in your rig, just as intended and desired.

Alright thanks! :)

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No.

Hmmm im interested what about at 144hz... in jayztwocents video the bf3 FPS did drop when he downclock it to an i5 from an i7...

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