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Old 09-22-2009, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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At what point would my current processor start bottlenecking performance of a graphics card? Meaning, what's the fastest card I could get, without bottlenecking? I'm waiting a couple weeks to get the new Athlon II X4 620, as I have a trade setup with a local PC store. While waiting, I was thinking about buying a new graphics card, but if I'm close to bottlenecking already, I'll just wait and buy when I get the new processor, so I am not teased by myself.
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