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@F3ERS 2 ASH3S - Thanks. My power supply isn't absolutely horrible. It's a 620W Cooler Master Silent Pro M2. 12V Rails has 50A I believe. Additionally it has an 8-pin (I never said I didn't have one) it's just that it does not have additional 4-pin. I only mentioned my power supply because I don't think it's good enough to overclock the 8350 when paired with the R9 290.

@robbo2 - Thanks for sharing your experience. At the end I will be getting a new power supply some time this year. Most likely it will be Corsair so it will probably be an HXi 750/850W, AX(i) series.

oh ok. I was thinking you where saying that you didn't have the 8 pin as well in that case it shouldn't be too bad but keep a saving for a new one, the 620w as long as its producing clean power then you should be fine, just keep a note if you start having issues to check into the PSU when troubleshooting
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oh ok. I was thinking you where saying that you didn't have the 8 pin as well in that case it shouldn't be too bad but keep a saving for a new one, the 620w as long as its producing clean power then you should be fine, just keep a note if you start having issues to check into the PSU when troubleshooting

Thanks I will definitely be keeping my eyes on the power supply.
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Remember when the Gigabyte intel boards burned out around that time? Forgive my poor memory but I believe it may have been the x58 platform also?

Unsure myself man. I just remember the classy boards doing it. That was my first venture into Intel after my poor little Deneb chip couldn't push 2 480's hard enough.
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Building an 8350 / ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer gaming rig with a VaporX 7950 for nephew this Saturday. There wasn't enough budget in the build for CPU cooler so forced to use 'stock' and not overclock until he can afford a CPU cooling solution.

First AMD CPU build for me - Wish me luck smile.gif
     
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Building an 8350 / ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer gaming rig with a VaporX 7950 for nephew this Saturday. There wasn't enough budget in the build for CPU cooler so forced to use 'stock' and not overclock until he can afford a CPU cooling solution.

First AMD CPU build for me - Wish me luck smile.gif

If that board is anything like the Pro. version, then I think you will both love it. I have been very pleased with my board. I only wish I had PCIe 3.0 wink.gif

Good luck! thumb.gif
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Building an 8350 / ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer gaming rig with a VaporX 7950 for nephew this Saturday. There wasn't enough budget in the build for CPU cooler so forced to use 'stock' and not overclock until he can afford a CPU cooling solution.

First AMD CPU build for me - Wish me luck smile.gif

Good luck! biggrin.gif star star star star lol thumb.gif
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Building an 8350 / ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer gaming rig with a VaporX 7950 for nephew this Saturday. There wasn't enough budget in the build for CPU cooler so forced to use 'stock' and not overclock until he can afford a CPU cooling solution and can still stand the noise tongue.gif.

First AMD CPU build for me - Wish me luck smile.gif

Good luck. thumb.gif
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I was glad to see the board has M.2 support, allowto upgrade down the line if he wants to.
     
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I figure i ask this question in this thread cause well its a 8 series thread lol


At the moment i have my old x6 1100t in my new Asus Sabertooth R2.0 which i have it at 4ghz most of the time and currently at 4.075 at 1.52 and have it load at 1.56v when loaded... yes this 1100t got degraded over the years it seems... Cause i used to run it at 4.1 4.2 @ 1.52-1.55v on my 790 board in sig with no problems... And 4.2 on my 1090t.

But cant get any of them to run stable at 4.1 or over unless i disable cores..


So i was thinking of grabbing a 8320e and i was wondering will it be worth it going from this to that if i clock the 8320e to 4.6-4.8?

I know it wont be a whole alot of difference but im sure it be some. pretty much im planing on keep using this setup for 8months being the shortness and the longest 2years.

Or i was thinking of getting a amd 7970 or 280x to replace my crossfire 5850-5870 im currently running. I was running a 570gtx couple days ago but figure i give the crossfire a try sense it sucked in the 790 board And wow it did made a difference on this board.


At the moment new egg has the 8320e on sale again for 139 vs 150$ pretty tempting..

Thanks:)
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I figure i ask this question in this thread cause well its a 8 series thread lol


At the moment i have my old x6 1100t in my new Asus Sabertooth R2.0 which i have it at 4ghz most of the time and currently at 4.075 at 1.52 and have it load at 1.56v when loaded... yes this 1100t got degraded over the years it seems... Cause i used to run it at 4.1 4.2 @ 1.52-1.55v on my 790 board in sig with no problems... And 4.2 on my 1090t.

But cant get any of them to run stable at 4.1 or over unless i disable cores..


So i was thinking of grabbing a 8320e and i was wondering will it be worth it going from this to that if i clock the 8320e to 4.6-4.8?

I know it wont be a whole alot of difference but im sure it be some. pretty much im planing on keep using this setup for 8months being the shortness and the longest 2years.

Or i was thinking of getting a amd 7970 or 280x to replace my crossfire 5850-5870 im currently running. I was running a 570gtx couple days ago but figure i give the crossfire a try sense it sucked in the 790 board And wow it did made a difference on this board.


At the moment new egg has the 8320e on sale again for 139 vs 150$ pretty tempting..

Thanks:)

I owned an 1100T so I am pretty much the best person to talk in regards about this,

First off you will want a better board a 9xx series, if you where already planning that then good. thumb.gif after looking at it.. you HAVE to buy a new board if you move to the 8320e so whats your budget for the board we can help you finding a good on within it.

Next thing is, the thuban compared to the pd chips.. I didn't notice a single threaded difference until I hit 4.2-4.3 multi threaded YES it makes a big difference. Since your chip is degrading already well you are in the right spot to be looking at moving on.. It was an upgrade for me. at the time I was running a M5A88V-EVO from ASUS now I am running a saberkitty

Also what are you running for cooling. The 8 core chips push a lot of heat and need QUALITY VRMs 6+2 or 8+2 boards especially for the clocks that you are wanting.. I almost discredit the 6+2 boards for these chips but there are still a few good ones.

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