[SOLVED] Would there be any major bottlenecks in this system?

jadtheone

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Hello,recently I've had a budget increase and I've found a place with trustable prices for computer parts in Syria but there's one problem.
Very few CPUs are available,two cheapest CPUs are the i3-8100 and the i5-8600k,Now the i5-8600k would absolutely nuke my budget so I have gone with the i3-8100.
For the GPU anything under the GTX 1050ti would absolutely be a waste of money since even the GT 710 is a hundred dollars itself while the 1050ti is 200$.
So the components that I have chosen are:
i3-8100
8GB 2666MHz ram
GTX 1050ti
Would they have any massive bottlenecks?
 
I think that the i3-8100 and GTX 1050 Ti will work well together.

I think what will happen is you will most likely max out the 1050 Ti beofre you max out the CPU.

I have run 1060s and even 1070s with a processor that has similar performance of the i3-8100....so if you wanted to.....you could go with a 1060.....a 1070 might be a little stretch.
 
Well, whole system would be a bottleneck for some games but most should run decently at low settings. As it is, it's balanced enough so none of components stick out as bottleneck to each other. More RAM would be desirable.
 
I think that the i3-8100 and GTX 1050 Ti will work well together.

I think what will happen is you will most likely max out the 1050 Ti beofre you max out the CPU.

I have run 1060s and even 1070s with a processor that has similar performance of the i3-8100....so if you wanted to.....you could go with a 1060.....a 1070 might be a little stretch.
 

Rdslw

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this parring is quite solid. remember to take 2x4 GB for extra speed. if you have 4 slots for ram, plan upgrade to 16 GB in future to max cpu & gpu potential. 8GB of ram is not always enough already, but its something that can be added later on.
 

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