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can a i5 4670k at 4.5GHZ bottleneck a 980? this one website said it would be a bottleneck so im just wondering

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No bottleneck at all.

 

Whatever website you got that from is a load of bologna.

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No bottleneck at all.

 

Whatever website you got that from is a load of bologna.

ok because the website said i would have to upgrade to a 8 core xeon because of a bottleneck

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What website was this?  :o  :huh:

 

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What website was this?  :o  :huh:

i typed in could i run GTA V and the website came up and i entered my hardware and they said i needed to upgrade to a 8 core xeon because of a GTX 980 bottleneck lol

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ok because the website said i would have to upgrade to a 8 core xeon because of a bottleneck

Lol no. That's ridiculous!

 

You're good with a 4670k. :)

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Lol no. That's ridiculous!

 

You're good with a 4670k. :)

ok but i am trying to upgrade to a 5820k for video editing and gaming 

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ok but i am trying to upgrade to a 5820k for video editing and gaming 

Your CPU is fine for that too, i5 can do nice jobs at 4,5Ghz, unless you really need heavy workloads every day, I dont think it compensates to change.

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ok but i am trying to upgrade to a 5820k for video editing and gaming 

 

 

5820K certainly won't hurt you for gaming, may need to clock it a little though. Games are now only just beginning to use more than 4 cores

 

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Lol no. That's ridiculous!

 

You're good with a 4670k. :)

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No bottleneck at all.

 

Whatever website you got that from is a load of bologna.

That website sounds delicious.

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Yes, its capable of doing so. The word bottleneck is thrown around and misused so much. Its going to hold it back in games like WoW which is heavily cpu bound still to this day but for games like CS:GO its not going to hold it back at all. For it bottlenecking that would all depend on the game, resolution, graphical settings, and which part of the game you are in since the bottleneck can shift from cpu based to gpu based depending on the scenario in the game. Bottlenecking isn't black and white.

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That website sounds delicious.

Indeed. ;)

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