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Joined: 08/08/2012
Posts: 3

I'm going to build a new PC but I want to make sure that the parts that I buy will not bottle-neck one another?
How I make sure they don't?

My current thoughts on the hardware so far are:
AMD Phenom 2 X6 1055T
2 XFX Radeon HD 6870 Crossfired
16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 RAM
OCZ ZT Series 750W Fully-Modular 80PLUS Bronze
1TB Seagate Barricuda 7200 RPM HDD

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Joined: 05/06/2012
Posts: 310

There's no bottleneck in that machine as the 1055t is 2.8ghz will be the slowest part in there with the HDD... However, the 1055t is still a beast and cost nothing so go for it and do a little overclock on that thing too !!!

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Joined: 07/19/2012
Posts: 4

Biggest thing you could do to avoid bottlenecks with that system is to get a 64GB SSD to use as a boot drive. Mechanical hard drives alone really are a bottleneck to most current hardware imo.

Joined: 08/08/2012
Posts: 3

Thank you guys for the information. A friend of mine has the same processor and he has his overclocked at 3.2 GHz so i will do the same.
Thank you again for the info.