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Biostar J3160MD: GTX 1080: Will a low CPU Bottleneck a High END GPU ? Can you use a Huge GPU on a Micro ATX Board ? Lets find it out…
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Biostar J3160MD

The new Braswell stepping comes with a tad higher CPU Burst frequency, the same amount of cache and HD 400 graphics from Intel; in the performed results, we can see it trading punches with the Celeron N3150 and the performance gain is quite minimal. With the J3160MD board, the manufacturer proposes a fanless design, which seems to perform well thanks to the large heatsink and low TDP of the Intel SoC. Enhancements to the build can be always performed thanks to the PCI-E x16 and dual PCI-E x1 slots, for installing extra storage and use the product as an entry-level NAS, but also for installation of a low-end to mainstream video card and a standalone soundcard in order to transform the setup into a light gaming machine or media center.

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    1. and if u know just type ur graphic card name and add power consuption for exemple gtx 1070 power consuption, so for 1070 it should be taking 180W in games ,and 80W in idle. You can also download msi afterburner and do a stress test if the gpu usage is 99% or higher then everything is completely fine.

    2. weak,cheap unbranded,or used malfunction psu can cause bsod’s at overclocking or even at normal use,videos watching etc…confirmed by mine. i had these problems with lc l600h-12

  1. would have prefered this video to be longer stefan…although informative it needed more to to better explain the situation

  2. It’s been ages when I saw those desktop PC hardware. I would really like to build one, load with Windows server and play games happily.

  3. I have an old AMD Phenom 965 with a GTX1060.
    Most of the games run fine like Quantum Break and The Witcher 3.

    But sometimes my Cpu is at 100% while my GPU is only at 50-60% but then i just use DSR and play at 1440P or 4K.

  4. Im thinking of building a new computer but recycling some of the parts from my old one… if i used my AMD FX 770K (3.5 ghz 4 cores) would that bottleneck a GTX 1060 SC?

  5. Very informative video. I have a 3570K i5 and was looking to upgrade my GPU. Would it be useless to get the 1080 Ti for me? Would I get the same performance if I get a 1070 or 1080 that I would getting a 1080 Ti with my CPU?

    1. demonwares 3570K @ 4.7GHz here as well. I have a 1070 playing at 1440p res. Wondering if a 1080Ti will cause a bottleneck in CPU demanding games..

  6. i’ve currently got a 1080ti in a 2008 dell precision pre built desktop. This isn’t my permanent system just the first part to turn up for my new system, i can’t wait to see the performance with new parts!


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