There’s no point in buying unnecessarily expensive hardware if another component holds back performance. Intel is now helping you find the perfect match.
If someone wanted to build a computer in recent years, they really had to be on their toes. On the one hand, the battle between AMD and Intel intensified on the processor front, and on the other hand, the blues also entered the video card business, where they achieved quite a lot of success in the lower-middle category.
And if the ever-increasing selection didn’t complicate things, there are the periodically wild prices, which cause many people to choose previous-generation hardware, and if there are such differences, then there must be a person on the ground who can put together a configuration where neither part holds the other back.
Even at Intel, they know that this is not an easy task, which is why they started thorough testing. Although they obviously want to sell their coolest stuff, it’s not worth it to sell an overpriced top-of-the-line processor to the customer if the video card will hold the machine back anyway. The table below perfectly shows how to pair the hardware: if someone buys an entry-level A380 video card, an Intel Core i3 or i5 processor is more than enough, while the A750 and A770 are more likely to be i5-i7 from the newer generations.
Intel doesn’t have a more powerful video card than this, but if you’re looking at top-shelf products from other manufacturers, it’s worth looking at the top of the i7 series or among the i9 processors. By the way, the Blues have also agreed with several resellers who sell pre-built machines, so the properly assembled configurations will receive the Intel “Balanced” plecsni, which guarantees harmony between the components.
At the moment, we are not aware of such an initiative here, in any case, it is useful for machine builders that the manufacturer has started such thorough testing.
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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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