Question Would this processor bottleneck the GPU?

Mar 13, 2019
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With the new Asus TUF Models, i was convinced to buy the FX505DU model, which contained an AMD Ryzen 7 3750H and a GTX 1660ti 6GB DDR5 vRam.

The AMD processor is comparable to the i5-8300H, so wouldn't that bottleneck the GPU a little? (Buying a gaming laptop for the first time so yeah :d thank you!)
 

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It shouldn't bottleneck it, as long as it can reach the Max Boost Clock of 4GHz.
Just ensure it doesn't overheat to get the most out of it.
Note: For CPU-intensive games, you can always lower some settings a bit, but from what I see, you probably won't need to...
 
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Mar 13, 2019
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It shouldn't bottleneck it, as long as it can reach the Max Boost Clock of 4GHz.
Just ensure it doesn't overheat to get the most out of it.
Note: For CPU-intensive games, you can always lower some settings a bit, but from what I see, you probably won't need to...
Hmm i guess that would make sense. guess i’m just skeptical if this would be somewhat future-proof, but thanks anyways!
 

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