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Intel Pentium E6600 Dual Core CPU and GTX 750Ti 2GB

Hi i have a cousin want to Play Battlefield 4 but i dont have any money to buy a new PC for BattleField 4 but i have a old one here still working PC

will the Intel Pentium E6600 Dual Core CPU and GTX 750Ti 2GB will bottleneck the CPU???
i want to know

Please his vacation is near

Thanks!!! Sorry for my bad English
God Bless!!!
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  1. yes even a Q6600 will bottleneck.

    oc the e6600 for best results, it maybe playable at low settings
  2. Gee Bee is right. Honestly, don't buy the game. It won't be enjoyable on such old hardware.
  3. Gee Bee said:
    yes even a Q6600 will bottleneck.

    oc the e6600 for best results, it maybe playable at low settings


    uhmm how about a GTX 650 1GB?
    By the way what graphics card will you suggest for Battlefield 4 on my E6600??
  4. The GPU isn't the problem. An entry or mid level GPU will play BF4 well (aka 750ti). The problem is the CPU. It's too weak to play BF4. The solution to your problem is pretty much build a new computer.
  5. Best answer
    well, just about anything really. You will be held back no matter what you put in your PC.
    If you intend to upgrade anytime soon then a later card is obviously better. If not take the less costly option, even a 650 by comparison was a decent card.
    If u want a simple understanding, think of it this way, your FPS in games like an average between your CPU and GPU
    with in most games, GPU being so much more important than CPU. For GPU driven games (which is still most games) this is the best alternative.
  6. barto said:
    The GPU isn't the problem. An entry or mid level GPU will play BF4 well (aka 750ti). The problem is the CPU. It's too weak to play BF4. The solution to your problem is pretty much build a new computer.


    Gee Bee said:
    well, just about anything really. You will be held back no matter what you put in your PC.
    If you intend to upgrade anytime soon then a later card is obviously better. If not take the less costly option, even a 650 by comparison was a decent card.
    If u want a simple understanding, think of it this way, your FPS in games like an average between your CPU and GPU
    with in most games, GPU being so much more important than CPU. For GPU driven games (which is still most games) this is the best alternative.


    If i overclock my CPU what cooler will you suggest?
    and if i overclock my CPU will my Frames will go higher?
  7. barto said:
    The GPU isn't the problem. An entry or mid level GPU will play BF4 well (aka 750ti). The problem is the CPU. It's too weak to play BF4. The solution to your problem is pretty much build a new computer.


    i cant afford a new PC :( all i can afford is a GPU and a Cooler for this time
  8. Than like I said, don't buy the game. Overclocking the CPU wouldn't help very much. It's like trying to drive faster in a hatchback in a Formula 1 race. Not worth the money. If you can, just buy the game for console.
  9. barto said:
    Than like I said, don't buy the game. Overclocking the CPU wouldn't help very much. It's like trying to drive faster in a hatchback in a Formula 1 race. Not worth the money. If you can, just buy the game for console.


    my cousin have a account on BF4.
    he only rent PC on the Internet Cafe. :(
  10. simpleoldman said:
    barto said:
    The GPU isn't the problem. An entry or mid level GPU will play BF4 well (aka 750ti). The problem is the CPU. It's too weak to play BF4. The solution to your problem is pretty much build a new computer.


    Gee Bee said:
    well, just about anything really. You will be held back no matter what you put in your PC.
    If you intend to upgrade anytime soon then a later card is obviously better. If not take the less costly option, even a 650 by comparison was a decent card.
    If u want a simple understanding, think of it this way, your FPS in games like an average between your CPU and GPU
    with in most games, GPU being so much more important than CPU. For GPU driven games (which is still most games) this is the best alternative.


    If i overclock my CPU what cooler will you suggest?
    and if i overclock my CPU will my Frames will go higher?

    Yes they will, however this is a big ask of a e6600. It is the lowest FPS that really should concern.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/cooler-master-cpu-cooler-rr212e20pkr2
  11. Gee Bee said:
    simpleoldman said:
    barto said:
    The GPU isn't the problem. An entry or mid level GPU will play BF4 well (aka 750ti). The problem is the CPU. It's too weak to play BF4. The solution to your problem is pretty much build a new computer.


    Gee Bee said:
    well, just about anything really. You will be held back no matter what you put in your PC.
    If you intend to upgrade anytime soon then a later card is obviously better. If not take the less costly option, even a 650 by comparison was a decent card.
    If u want a simple understanding, think of it this way, your FPS in games like an average between your CPU and GPU
    with in most games, GPU being so much more important than CPU. For GPU driven games (which is still most games) this is the best alternative.


    If i overclock my CPU what cooler will you suggest?
    and if i overclock my CPU will my Frames will go higher?

    Yes they will, however this is a big ask of a e6600. It is the lowest FPS that really should concern.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/cooler-master-cpu-cooler-rr212e20pkr2


    Thanks dude!!!! :D :D
    and if you know about RAM check my other problem about the 1 short beep followed by 1 long beep :)
    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2079136/long-beep-1short-beep-ram-upgrade.html
  12. Battlefield is one of the most CPU demanding games.
    If you are going to upgrade to newer system anytime soon and can afford the GTX750TI I would say go with it. You can always move it to the new system and It will perform well.
    But if you are not going to upgrade this system for at least the coming 2 years I'd say go with a cheaper card like HD 7770. They perform well BTW :)
  13. Gee Bee said:
    simpleoldman said:
    barto said:
    The GPU isn't the problem. An entry or mid level GPU will play BF4 well (aka 750ti). The problem is the CPU. It's too weak to play BF4. The solution to your problem is pretty much build a new computer.


    Gee Bee said:
    well, just about anything really. You will be held back no matter what you put in your PC.
    If you intend to upgrade anytime soon then a later card is obviously better. If not take the less costly option, even a 650 by comparison was a decent card.
    If u want a simple understanding, think of it this way, your FPS in games like an average between your CPU and GPU
    with in most games, GPU being so much more important than CPU. For GPU driven games (which is still most games) this is the best alternative.


    If i overclock my CPU what cooler will you suggest?
    and if i overclock my CPU will my Frames will go higher?

    Yes they will, however this is a big ask of a e6600. It is the lowest FPS that really should concern.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/cooler-master-cpu-cooler-rr212e20pkr2


    ohhh By the way, i just swap my SSD of my Gaming PC to the old PC to try and it worked!!. it can run BattleField 4!! with a GT 630. but the frames are like -20 on LOW Settings :D :D :D :D lol why im so happy :/
  14. i have no idea, i get 100fps so i must be delirious.
  15. Gee Bee said:
    i have no idea, i get 100fps so i must be delirious.


    WTF? with what the E6600? and a GT 630?
    or your using a Titan ;)
  16. No

    i5 3570k oc'ed to 4.2

    2x 280x cfx @ 1175mhz
  17. :Q____
    awesome Crossfire 280x D:
  18. do you have BF4? can i add you xD :3
  19. GPU not might be the problem but the CPU is the problem it must be quad core or higher like core 2 quad and extreme or overclock it till u get it on low settings but becareful on your cpu it might smoke when u fail it
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