Graphics Card Question Tags: Graphics Cards MSI Graphics Last response: February 4, 2013 6:36 PM in Graphics & Displays Share Jonwil February 4, 2013 3:46:36 PM MSI HD7950 Twin Frozr AMD/ATI Graphics Card - 3GB, R7950 Twin Frozr 3GD5 - 3GB MSI Radeon HD 7950 Twin Frozr, 5000MHz GDDR5, GPU 800MHz, 1792 Cores, DVI/HDMI/mini DPort I was wondering if it will be prevented from its full potential, using a: Intel 3rd Generation Core i5-3570K CPU (4 x 3.40GHz, Ivy Bridge, Socket 1155, 6Mb L3 Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0) Will i need to overclock the CPU to allow the graphics card to work at its full potential or will it be fine without overclocking? More about : graphics card question johnsonjohnson a b U Graphics card February 4, 2013 6:36:42 PM Hi. No it won't be bottlenecked by the CPU. It will be fine without overclocking and you'll always have the option to if you need or want it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumOMG another graphics card question .... ForumGraphics card and motherboard comparability question . ForumMultiple Questions (No POST/ Graphics Card Question ) ForumGraphics Card Question ForumGraphics Card Upgrade Question ForumInstalling Graphics Card Problem/ Question ForumQuestion About Graphics Card 's Design ForumQuestion about graphics card I'm looking to buy? ForumGraphics Card Heat Question ForumOpinion on the FX-8350 and Graphics Card question ... ForumQuick graphics card compatibility question ForumPSU to Graphics Card Question ForumGraphics Card compatibility question ForumGraphics card question [Need Answer Fast] ForumMotherboard w/ Graphics card interface question ForumDual graphics card question ForumGraphics card question ForumGraphics card drivers question ... ForumGaming Graphics Card . Good Enough? A question for the community ForumGtx 660 [non-ti] or Radeon HD 7850 More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !