Hey everyone, I'm kind of new to this, so I apologize if I put this in the wrong category.
Anyways, I bought a computer from Dell a year or so ago. I upgraded my video card. Now before I continue by telling everyone my computer's specification,
NOTE that this is NOT A GAMING RIG, nor do I intend it to be. I bought the card purely for High Definition/Blu-Ray editing/playback. I am a minor gamer, I play games like GTA IV, but on the absolute LOWEST quality.
Here's my specs:
Windows 7 32 Bit Intel Core 2 Duo CPU E7500 2.93GHz 2GB RAM 320GB HDD ECS 1GB GT430 (Fermi) LOW PROFILE (It IS a slim tower)
So is there a bottle neck? and Where?
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A bottleneck for what? In gaming, it'll be your GPU. In video playback, you won't hit one. In video editing, it'll be the CPU.
I have the 430 and it is pretty weak. I don't think there is a bottle neck. Just weak components. You may want to increase the RAM. I had problems with my PC when it only had 2 GB of RAM. Increasing it to 4 GB might fix your problem.