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Is the 7950 compatible with this PC?

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November 22, 2013 9:32:49 PM

Hey, I was planning of buying this PC (Link below) to play bf4. The only problem is that the GPU is terrible for my needs. I was planning of buying the 7950 and installing it myself. Will the 7950 be compatible with the motherboard,PSU and case? I will also be getting the FX-8320, It won't bottle neck with the 7950?

http://www.itestate.com.au/pages/product/pdt_product_de...

I'm new to the PC world so forgive me if I sound stupid.

All answers appreciated!

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November 22, 2013 9:49:14 PM

Yeah that 7950 is compatible with all your parts, you should have no problem installing it in your system. The 8320 however is practically identical to the 6300 in apart from having 2 more cores, meaning you probably wont see much of a change in performance whilst gaming as most games don't use more than 4 cores. Although, you will have greater processing power making your computer quicker and more responsive.
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November 22, 2013 9:57:54 PM

SuctionDrop said:
Yeah that 7950 is compatible with all your parts, you should have no problem installing it in your system. The 8320 however is practically identical to the 6300 in apart from having 2 more cores, meaning you probably wont see much of a change in performance whilst gaming as most games don't use more than 4 cores. Although, you will have greater processing power making your computer quicker and more responsive.


Hmmm Thanks, So if I get the 6300 I will have no problems running intensive CPU programs/games at decent settings and framerate?
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November 22, 2013 10:08:54 PM

Games are more dependant on the video card to get frames per second, so if your mainly just gaming save yourself some money and stick with the 6300. But if you want more processing capability to run cpu intensive programs go with the 8320.
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