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Old 03-02-2013, 03:10 AM   #1
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Default Gefore GTX 660 Ti or 670 and Intel Core i5 750 at stock. Bottleneck?

Dear All:

Well, is this CPU gonna be a bottleneck for a GTX 660 Ti or 670? I'm currently using a GTX 480 and there does not seem to be a problem for demanding games like Batman Arkham X series and performance is close to benchmarks around the web for GTX 480 on faster CPU's.

Planning to sell my GTX 480 and replace it with a GTX 660 Ti or 670 depending on the budget.

The main reason for that, if you are interested, is to have 3 monitor setting on a single card without performance deterioration. Don't wanna go SLI with 480's, you know why .
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It should be ok.
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Thank you OSW for the reply.

I guess I'll get the GTX 670 to get enough power for the surround gaming.
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