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September 6, 2013 1:14:29 AM

Hello i am building a gaming computer on a budget i have decided to use a intel i3 3225 @ 3.33Ghz for the CPU and for the GPU a AMD radeon 7700HD 2gb Ghz edition and i was just wondering if there would be a bottle necking effect with the GPU?

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September 6, 2013 1:22:14 AM
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In short, no.
The Core i3 is a good gaming CPU that can handle cards much more powerfull than yours.
September 6, 2013 1:25:04 AM

i guess what u mean is 7770 ghz edition...
apart from that i3 is a good choice if you are budget concerned....and u want to play games released in 2011-2012...if u want to play games of this year...or next gen games..u should atleast have i5 or some Fx series like 6300 or advanced cpu.. that being said.. go for an amd 7850 instead.. (for next gen games) .. 7770 ghz edition is a medium level gamer's choice...
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September 6, 2013 6:39:59 AM

ShaBaz Khan said:
i guess what u mean is 7770 ghz edition...
apart from that i3 is a good choice if you are budget concerned....and u want to play games released in 2011-2012...if u want to play games of this year...or next gen games..u should atleast have i5 or some Fx series like 6300 or advanced cpu.. that being said.. go for an amd 7850 instead.. (for next gen games) .. 7770 ghz edition is a medium level gamer's choice...


i am upgrading to an intel i5 at Christmas time and a better graphics card some time next year as well.
September 6, 2013 3:23:33 PM

Kamen_BG said:
In short, no.
The Core i3 is a good gaming CPU that can handle cards much more powerfull than yours.


Thanks I did not no that really appreciate it :) 
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