Pc website ?
Is there a website that will let me Choose a motherboard, cpu, graphics card and tell me how good they will perform together?
- MAClifeLv 54 weeks ago
The motherboard you use will have almost no impact, unless you pair a super cheap motherboard like an AMD a320 motherboard up with a Ryzen 9 3900x which is a disaster waiting to happen. The CPU power delivery system needs to be able to support the CPU you pick without overheating and frying itself. Since performance won't vary, try to pick a motherboard that's going to be reliable and has the features you want.
Don't believe any of those Bottleneck calculator website that give some generalized figure for a bottleneck. Each game and program is going to use the CPU in a different way which makes it impossible to figure out a bottleneck.
Most of this discussion is moot anyway because a CPU like the Ryzen 5 2600 or the Ryzen 7 2700x is going to be able to deliver 60fps with minimal 1% framerate drops. The new Ryzen 3000 processors have almost caught up to Intel in gaming. What you should avoid is straight quad-core processors like the Core i3 or Ryzen 3 series because games are using more than 4 threads. The Intel Core i5 series is a good workhorse for Gaming only, and the Core i7 processors like the 9700k are ideal if you want to drive your framerates up as high as possible to drive a 144hz monitor.
gpucheck.com will at least give you some performance metrics and benchmarks.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 74 weeks ago
what you need to check is the combination of cpu and gpu for bottlenecking. your search engine will find several sites. the mobo choice is less critical, so choose by the features you want -- just make sure the mobo supports the cpu you've chosen [maker's website under 'support']Source(s): homebuilder
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
The motherboard is usually the least important part of that equation. Other than overclocking options, there isn't much difference performance-wise.
You can use this calculator to determine if a CPU and GPU are a good combination.