so i just upgraded my video card to a gtx 1080
and my friend has a intel hd 4000 laptop but he really want to try players unknown battleground (im not sure thats the name but you get the idea )
so i checked on a website i generally trust (game-debate) if i can run it well
i filled in my specs:
16gb of ram
and gtx 1080
it said i can run it in 1080p60fps about high settings (so no very ultra xD)
thats ok but it also said i have a cpu bottleneck i was like wtf…?
so i clicked on remove bottleneck and it replaced my 6700k with an amd 1800x… now i have no problem with ryzen i think the new amd cpus are great
However i really dont want to go throu a platform change again i came from an amd a6 apu to i7 and i like both but that platform change was long and painfull… especiall as i know ryzen shines in professional workload while i dont do that (not at all)
also after that it wrote that i have a gpu bottleneck and when i clicked remove bottleneck it replaced the gtx 1080 with a titan xp xD that was actually funny
i think either them or me dont understand bottlenecking
i admit im not an expert but for me bottlenecking means put a gtx titan xp in an amd a4 x2 4000 system x/
but i shared this so i know what you think about this so i thank you for every piece of info you give x)
one of us surely dont understand what bottlenecking means xD – Systems have 264 words, post on www.tomshardware.com at 2017-05-13 22:43:09. This is cached page on IT Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.