5770 bottleneck!!!

Can an i3 530 bottoleneck a 5770?If yes,can moderate overclocking solve that??
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  1. No, any modern Core 2 or above processor will not bottleneck the 5770.
  2. at stock speed?
    what is your current clock speed?
  3. I havent got it yet.But will running it at stock speed be a problem for 5770?
  4. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/processors/274900/intel-core-i3-530/specifications

    you will be fine with that cpu... :)
    go get HD5770, that's a good card for your money.
    make sure you have enough power on your PSU.
  5. Which combo would give better performance for next 1.5 years, i3 530 n 5770 or i5 750 n 5670?
  6. My resolution would be 1600x900 n my prime concern is gaming?
  7. Go for it, as long as its not HD the 5770 should run most games at minimum medium settings,
  8. What mean by bottoleneck a 5770, can someone explain the meaning of BOTTOLNECK...?
  9. that not enough explanation about it.....

    use easy explaination.....
  10. dinkle85 said:
    that not enough explanation about it.....

    use easy explaination.....


    Very simple.
    Will the i3 530 be able to feed enough information to a 5770 fast enough for it to run at its full speed.

    Answer Yes

    Mactronix
  11. This is an English forum guys,so post your replies in English,i had to delete some posts using another language
  12. @mister g, i think with a HD 5770 i can play most games maxed out!
  13. mister g said:
    Go for it, as long as its not HD the 5770 should run most games at minimum medium settings,



    I play most games at 1920x1080 at max settings with my 5770. :)

    Can an i3 530 bottleneck a 5770?If yes,can moderate overclocking solve that?? -i would say it will not bottleneck your 5770.

    Also if you want more speed in the near future you can do a slight overclock on that CPU with no problem to 3.4-3.6 GHz.
    From that overclock the best results you get wile using windows, other programs and also loading time is shorten in applications and when you start your PC.
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