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Yea but the 8320has 8 cores and the 4100 has 4. Guys if you want improvement get the 8350,look at the benchmarks. The 8150 can't beat the I5 2500k but the 8350 closer to the I7 3570k in single threaded aps and kicks it's butt in multi threaded aps. It's simple if you have AMD you can't do better than the 8350 and for $190 I am game.
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Thinking of getting an 8320/8350, but want to run one core per module. I know the Gigabyte boards, and the CHV can do that. Can the M5A99FX R2 and/or the Sabertooth as well?
Id get a Gig board, but I know the voltage fluctuation would drive me nuts.

The M5A99FX 2.0 boards can't. they can disable modules, but not One Core Per Module.
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Yea but the 8320has 8 cores and the 4100 has 4. Guys if you want improvement get the 8350,look at the benchmarks. The 8150 can't beat the I5 2500k but the 8350 closer to the I7 3570k in single threaded aps and kicks it's butt in multi threaded aps. It's simple if you have AMD you can't do better than the 8350 and for $190 I am game.

i agree, the 8350 is the best cpu out there for AMD. i used to have a 8120, and that chip was great i thought......................untill the 8350 entered my life. now i can do everythin i want.... simply put, if you wanna upgrade, don't half ass it...go all out.
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its not a problem on the newer boards with LLC, the voltage flux i mean.
most boards can support one core per module, however you are better off running both cores per module.
I'm near a micro center that has an open box ud5 for $130. For that, an 8350, tax and gas, I'd be looking at $320. Trying to decide if the 8350 is worth the extra $33 or so after tax, over the 8320.
Also seems silly to spend that much on an and combo when the last two builds I did, I spent less then $250 for a 3570k and Z77. But I'm bored with them, and I enjoyed playing with the fx8120 I had.

I want to run one core per module because I don't need the multi threaded performance, I want better single threaded, and a higher clock. Plus the cut in heat.


I also have the option of an fx6300 and ud3 for $220.
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I'm near a micro center that has an open box ud5 for $130. For that, an 8350, tax and gas, I'd be looking at $320. Trying to decide if the 8350 is worth the extra $33 or so after tax, over the 8320.
Also seems silly to spend that much on an and combo when the last two builds I did, I spent less then $250 for a 3570k and Z77. But I'm bored with them, and I enjoyed playing with the fx8120 I had.
I want to run one core per module because I don't need the multi threaded performance, I want better single threaded, and a higher clock. Plus the cut in heat.
I also have the option of an fx6300 and ud3 for $220.

Like I said before up above, do not half ass it. IMO the 8350 would be worth the extra cash. The 6300 would be ok and so for the 8320, I just think u would be more happy with the 8350.
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I'm near a micro center that has an open box ud5 for $130. For that, an 8350, tax and gas, I'd be looking at $320. Trying to decide if the 8350 is worth the extra $33 or so after tax, over the 8320.
Also seems silly to spend that much on an and combo when the last two builds I did, I spent less then $250 for a 3570k and Z77. But I'm bored with them, and I enjoyed playing with the fx8120 I had.
I want to run one core per module because I don't need the multi threaded performance, I want better single threaded, and a higher clock. Plus the cut in heat.
I also have the option of an fx6300 and ud3 for $220.

You wont see the increase in single core performance by running 1 core per module like you did with Bulldozer.

Whatever changes they did to Piledriver is making better use of those resources, between modules now.
Same with the amount of heat they generate, unless you are really overclocking it. My FX 8350 at 4.5Ghz only gets up to 52 Celsius running IBT using a Zalman CA9900A (It's a little better than the Coolermaster 212 EVO)
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Got the ud5 and 8350. Haven't done anything yet other then install Windows. The board is being weird, every few boots it says bios checksom error and has to load up the second bios. Updated it twice to the newest f11 bios.
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Got the ud5 and 8350. Haven't done anything yet other then install Windows. The board is being weird, every few boots it says bios checksom error and has to load up the second bios. Updated it twice to the newest f11 bios.

Sounds like your CMOS Battery is dead/dieing.
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