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    Post Will a core i7 950 bottleneck a gtx 670/680?

    that's my question. thanks in advance.

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    no, it will be fine.....

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    yes it will do.

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    in gaming performance i7 950 is worse than i5 2310 and in some cases even than i3 2100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    yes it will do.

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    in gaming performance i7 950 is worse than i5 2310 and in some cases even than i3 2100.
    could you please explain a bit further? as i am using 580 at ease, i thought it wont bottleneck 670 but some people if different forums say it will bottleneck some people say it wont.
    and also please let me know in which cases i may find my cpu performing worse than i5.

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    Nope I7 950 wont bottleneck gtx670/680.I7 950 is equivalent to i5 2300.Just look at some reviews-
    http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/c...ridge_review/7
    In this review in Crysis Warhead I7 950 scores same 90fps with i5-2500k in 1920x1200 resolution using gtx570.
    And there is further more.Look also at the following link-
    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu...0_7.html#sect0
    FPS difference betn I7 950 & I5 2300 in games is close enough to tell them they are equivalent.
    So in my point of view u will not face problems running gtx 670/680 with I7 950.

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    No, you'll be just fine. Even if you face any FPS drops just bump the clocks up a notch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    could you please explain a bit further? as i am using 580 at ease, i thought it wont bottleneck 670 but some people if different forums say it will bottleneck some people say it wont.
    and also please let me know in which cases i may find my cpu performing worse than i5.
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/289?vs=100

    Im comparing with i3 2100 and see the difference! lol

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    an i7 950 will not bottleneck a 680. People who are advising you that it will, have no first-hand experience with GPUs in that territory and are merely throwing their theoretical estimates.

    an i5 750 @ 3.8GHz doesn 't bottleneck a mighty overclocked 7970, from experience. So, go figure. And i 'm sure you must be clocking the 950 a bit above it 's stock clocks, so you shouldn 't suffer from any hiccups.

    The above is true for resolutions of 1080p and above, i'm sure you aren 't picking up a 680 to game on 720p.
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    thanks a lot guys. it will help me a lot buying a 670. i am going to buy 4gb version so that i dont need to struggle in gta v. last time i had 295 for gta 4 but it couldnt play gta 4 fluently due vram. this time i will be prepared.

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    @Hemlock is right. A core i7 950 will not bottleneck 670/680 at 1080p or above. Theres may be 2-3fps performance difference in benchmark but in real world u will not be able to detect it.

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    People who are advising you that it will, have no first-hand experience with GPUs in that territory and are merely throwing their theoretical estimates.
    ^this is soooo true.
    +rep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/289?vs=100

    Im comparing with i3 2100 and see the difference! lol
    Nobody asked for a comparison between the older and newer gen CPUs. He just wanted to know if he will face any performance drops with his current CPU if its coupled with the mentioned graphics cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    an i7 950 will not bottleneck a 680. People who are advising you that it will, have no first-hand experience with GPUs in that territory and are merely throwing their theoretical estimates.

    an i5 750 @ 3.8GHz doesn 't bottleneck a mighty overclocked 7970, from experience. So, go figure. And i 'm sure you must be clocking the 950 a bit above it 's stock clocks, so you shouldn 't suffer from any hiccups.

    The above is true for resolutions of 1080p and above, i'm sure you aren 't picking up a 680 to game on 720p.
    I own an i5-750 OC'ed at 3.61 Ghz. I was willing to go for 7870 or 7950. I was really facing a LOT of confusion regarding this bottleneck issue. But your post really helped a lot. Thank you very much. Rep added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post
    I own an i5-750 OC'ed at 3.61 Ghz. I was willing to go for 7870 or 7950. I was really facing a LOT of confusion regarding this bottleneck issue. But your post really helped a lot. Thank you very much. Rep added.
    You 're welcome. You can go ahead with either of the two GPUs, they will perform very well with an oc'd i5 750 if you 're gaming at 1080p or above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post
    I own an i5-750 OC'ed at 3.61 Ghz. I was willing to go for 7870 or 7950. I was really facing a LOT of confusion regarding this bottleneck issue. But your post really helped a lot. Thank you very much. Rep added.
    If you experience it by yourself, i mean the above cpu+gpu combination, it will be best for you. Then you will truly understand whether its bottlenecking or not. So chill........

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