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    processor bottlenecks gpu, but ur dual core wont bottleneck 6570

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    Bottleneck is the term which is used to describe a scenario where a faster component's ability to compute is hindered due to a slower component present within the system, a slow processor can bottleneck a fast graphics card, and a fast processor can be bottlenecked by a slow graphics card, hope you get the idea.
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    ^exactly that. Great explanation.

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    When I installed GTX 580 on my Core 2 Duo (2.4GHz) system, it was called Mother of bottleneck!!!
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    When I installed GTX 580 on my Core 2 Duo (2.4GHz) system, it was called Mother of bottleneck!!!
    lol xD

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    Motherboard...not really.

    RAM can (a bit) if the speed is too low.
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    Depends on a few variables.
    For example, A 945G Chipset will bottleneck memory modules that're over 667Mhz bus, as it's limited to supporting memory modules within the mentioned range, so if you put in a 800Mhz memory module on a 945 chip mobo, the mobo will bottleneck your ram, as it's unable to make use of the full 800Mhz bus unless you run the chip beyond it's spec, a G41 mobo is likely to bottleneck DDR3 memories unless it's overclocked, because there aren't processors widely available that can make use of the 1333Mhz bus DDR3 has, Dual Core E6600 runs on 1066Mhz FSB (exceptions are Core 2 Duos and Core 2 Quads with 1333Mhz FSB)
    Similarly, as I mentioned before, a slower, or back dated component can hold back the performance of a faster component, having an old motherboard pretty much rules out the chances of having/upgrading to an up-to-date processor, thus if you buy a new graphics card, because of the older and much slower components within the system, you won't be able to utilize it to it's full potential.
    Motherboards will not hold back modern graphics cards, but the overall system might, motherboards equipped with X38/G43/G45/P43/P45/X48 comes with support for PCI Express 2.0 whereas the rest of the line up are equipped with 1.1, the PCI Express bus being 1.1 will hold the performance back negligibly, but the fact that most of the processors among the LGA 775 line up aren't capable enough to keep up with newer graphics cards, hence not the motherboard but the processor will bottleneck your card.

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    Not necessarily Chief, Mazhar bhai was running a G620 with a 6990, that's probably the grandmother of bottleneck, yours is half decent compared to that, and there is this guy in one of the gaming groups on facebook that runs a 19" monitor with a pair of GTX 570s in SLI or how about the guy with a Pentium D and a HD 7770?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    Not necessarily Chief, Mazhar bhai was running a G620 with a 6990, that's probably the grandmother of bottleneck, yours is half decent compared to that, and there is this guy in one of the gaming groups on facebook that runs a 19" monitor with a pair of GTX 570s in SLI or how about the guy with a Pentium D and a HD 7770?
    what the hell i just read

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    Lol, I had my system running with a Core 2 Quad a P43 board (rest of the components were pretty much the ones in my sig) and I can tell you this, once I wanted to throw my mouse at the monitor because of the FPS drops.
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