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I recently replaced my FX-8150 with a FX-8350. Added a few pics to my build log for anyone interested:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1245857/amd-haf-932-bulldozer-build

So far the 8350 has been working great
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i pmed a while back to be added to the fx 8350 owners group and have yet to see my name listed lol.
 
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At 4.6 1.4V under Prime, after 3-4 passes it throttles, and as soon as it does, it locks up. Coretemp reads about 53-55C, while AI Suite is 80C. Getting really annoying.
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It finally snowed today so I opened the window right next to the pc. The rad and air coming out of the rad were barely warm, with coretemp saying 45c, while ai suite was at 70c. Then it throttled.

I think I'm going to stop using prime on this, and just use cinebench and 3dmark CPU tests for stability testing. They are stressful enough without getting the temps that high. I actually ran 5ghz 1.5v bench and normal use stable. Didn't bother to try prime though, didn't want to burn down my house.
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Originally Posted by vonalka View Post

I recently replaced my FX-8150 with a FX-8350. Added a few pics to my build log for anyone interested:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1245857/amd-haf-932-bulldozer-build
So far the 8350 has been working great

Do you feel it was worth the money? Noticeable difference in performance and temps? Looking at switching to an 8350 sometime in the new year if it's worth it
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A few numbers from my FX 6300 @ 4.6GHz.





Partial cache and mem bench, it's a trial so it won't show it all.



WinRAR Beta 2



The old FC2 bench @ 1920x1200 using all settings at high.



Markarth lowest FPS @ 1920x1200 using the ultra preset = 44.

http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/6352/tesv2012122122090629mar.jpg

Markarth typical FPS @ 1920x1200 using the ultra preset = 63 71 78 72 85 72 66 109 77 68 62 121 86.

http://img706.imageshack.us/img706/1181/tesv2012122122195721mar.jpg
http://img59.imageshack.us/img59/4410/tesv2012122122204897mar.jpg
http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/2394/tesv2012122122210597mar.jpg
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http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/1263/72alk.jpg
http://img268.imageshack.us/img268/6774/70609582.jpg
http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/1899/109jk.jpg
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http://img694.imageshack.us/img694/1497/121xe.jpg
http://img715.imageshack.us/img715/3205/32539355.jpg

Whiterun lowest FPS @ 1920x1200 using the ultra preset = 48.

http://img211.imageshack.us/img211/4617/tesv2012122122095827whi.jpg

Note: Going into the Jarl's palace and coming back out increases my FPS to 56 @ that
point in Whiterun for whatever the reason.

http://img825.imageshack.us/img825/322/tesv2012122207434058min.jpg

Outside of Riften @ 1920x1200 using the ultra preset = 80 96

http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/3788/tesv2012122122275942rif.jpg
http://img839.imageshack.us/img839/8712/tesv2012122122263804rif.jpg

Ulfric Stormcloak with 20k life fighting a good deal of the Solitude guard,
@1920x1200 using the ultra preset. I forgot and left vsync on for this one.
FPS = 60 58 60 and 52.

http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/3331/tesv2012122122141402uf6.jpg
http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/3353/tesv2012122122134806uf5.jpg
http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/1826/tesv2012122122133166uf6.jpg
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I did that just to bench a fight with meaningful character numbers in a city.

I'm linking many shots so as to not slam people with a large number of 1920x1200
screencaps.

I can bench and game @ 4.8GHz 1.48v and I'm not reporting numbers for that. I'm reporting
numbers for my 24/7 air OC. If anyone wants me to report 4.8 numbers, I'll do that.
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Originally Posted by Tempey View Post

Do you feel it was worth the money? Noticeable difference in performance and temps? Looking at switching to an 8350 sometime in the new year if it's worth it

Yes the performance has been noticeable and worth it, especially in games
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If it makes you feel better, extremely few PD chips can't hit 4.6Ghz, and with the IPC advantage, even that would pass your 4.7Ghz.

i have hit the 4.6 mark on my 8350 very well. no heat issues either on a antec h20 620 cooler.
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It finally snowed today so I opened the window right next to the pc. The rad and air coming out of the rad were barely warm, with coretemp saying 45c, while ai suite was at 70c. Then it throttled.
I think I'm going to stop using prime on this, and just use cinebench and 3dmark CPU tests for stability testing. They are stressful enough without getting the temps that high. I actually ran 5ghz 1.5v bench and normal use stable. Didn't bother to try prime though, didn't want to burn down my house.

Glad you got your Core Temps fixed.

Adding a fan in the back of the case (usually the stock CPU cooler fan is used) to blow on the CPU socket will help with throttling and Socket temps. (will usually drop them 10 or more degrees)
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