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Really need to know if an 8350 can run 3 way sli for 660ti's or two 670's.... if it does this well..I
m considering it for my new build... do you think I'll have issues?

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Thank you, this is very helpful... @ stock the 8350 appears to be at 4gz..I would probably (at first) try to get a 500 mhz increase if possible...the oc on sandy bridge was very simple, so if it's just as easy to get into...I dont see why not! I wanted a crosshair v + 8350 , and was debating between a maximus v formula + 3770k...mostly for gaming/video editing.... but I save quite a bit with AMD... I don't bench...just game/browse/edit ...AMD is looking real nice now.. I have a good deal on two gtx 680 lightnings, and just wanted to make sure the 8350 could keep up, and that I could oc it with ease if it was holding the cards back a bit...

It's got game, most will agree that the 7970 ghz edition is the most powerful single gpu GPU right now this is what it can do with two of them, but please note in order to get a IVY to the speeds used in the test it needs to be delidded. The FX does not and if I was up for the challenge I would push my chip harder but reality it does not need it,... http://www.overclock.net/t/1333027/amd-fx-8350-vs-i5-3570k-delidded-single-gpu-and-crossfire-gpu
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It's got game, most will agree that the 7970 ghz edition is the most powerful single gpu GPU right now this is what it can do with two of them, but please note in order to get a IVY to the speeds used in the test it needs to be delidded. The FX does not and if I was up for the challenge I would push my chip harder but reality it does not need it,... http://www.overclock.net/t/1333027/amd-fx-8350-vs-i5-3570k-delidded-single-gpu-and-crossfire-gpu


from my personal experience even with single gpu setups they're pretty much on par in gaming BUT games that are very cpu extensive but lightly threaded you will experience very poor performance with the FX cpu. from my own experience 3 games that I've tested that the experience was not as good as the intel cpu were starcraft 2, shogun 2 total war and planetside 2. to be fair with all of the other games tested the gpu usage will be maxed out. not bad coz it is a tad cheaper I guess you get what you pay for. it's still a good value still it will worry me abit to add another 7970 in there if I wanted
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It's got game, most will agree that the 7970 ghz edition is the most powerful single gpu GPU right now this is what it can do with two of them, but please note in order to get a IVY to the speeds used in the test it needs to be delidded. The FX does not and if I was up for the challenge I would push my chip harder but reality it does not need it,... http://www.overclock.net/t/1333027/amd-fx-8350-vs-i5-3570k-delidded-single-gpu-and-crossfire-gpu


from my personal experience even with single gpu setups they're pretty much on par in gaming BUT games that are very cpu extensive but lightly threaded you will experience very poor performance with the FX cpu. from my own experience 3 games that I've tested that the experience was not as good as the intel cpu were starcraft 2, shogun 2 total war and planetside 2. to be fair with all of the other games tested the gpu usage will be maxed out. not bad coz it is a tad cheaper I guess you get what you pay for. it's still a good value still it will worry me abit to add another 7970 in there if I wanted

You need ultra settings if you aren't maxing a 7970 with an 8350 behind it in PS2. I'll get you the settings some time when I'm not using my phone to type.
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very helpful! Thank you! I feel more comfortable now pairing two 680's, or 670's now with the 8350... what are you currently running your chip at?
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very helpful! Thank you! I feel more comfortable now pairing two 680's, or 670's now with the 8350... what are you currently running your chip at?
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very helpful! Thank you! I feel more comfortable now pairing two 680's, or 670's now with the 8350... what are you currently running your chip at?

4.8 http://valid.canardpc.com/2600069

Also for the record, this was done with the GHZ editions at stock, by putting them up to 1200/1600 I do get further fps increases.
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i didnt understand what are u talking about.it has standart plugs.All of them plugged on the board. it gives 20A+20A on the 2 channels.



I was just referring to this plug. (Red Box) Sometimes when the ATX plug is divided, people only plug in half (4-pin vs 8-pin ATX) It could cause throttling, from not supplying enough Amperage.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 12/12/12 at 6:22am
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I was just referring to this plug. (Red Box) Sometimes when the ATX plug is divided, people only plug in half (4-pin vs 8-pin ATX) It could cause throttling, from not supplying enough Amperage.

i plugged all of them..i checked again.it is done..Thanks for informing
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I installed the FX 8350 again last night along with some Crucial Ballstix 1866 ram. Every time I tried to run the ram a 1866, the computer would say there was an overclocking problem and reset it back to 1333. Later I read that the AMD memory controller only supports one stick of ram at 1866 or higher per channel....soo oops. I used the last of my thermal paste re installing this chip so I guess I will be running this ram at 1333 ot 1600 (haven't tested) until I get more. Also means I will return my 4x4 gb sticks to buy 2x8gb sticks.

Anywho, running at 1333 and everything bone stock on the FX 8350 and all settings stock in the bios (I cleared the cmos), I ran prime blend test for 8 hours with no errors. Temps only got up to 45. The real test will be if the computer freezes during a game but it is looking good so fa.r
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I installed the FX 8350 again last night along with some Crucial Ballstix 1866 ram. Every time I tried to run the ram a 1866, the computer would say there was an overclocking problem and reset it back to 1333. Later I read that the AMD memory controller only supports one stick of ram at 1866 or higher per channel....soo oops. I used the last of my thermal paste re installing this chip so I guess I will be running this ram at 1333 ot 1600 (haven't tested) until I get more. Also means I will return my 4x4 gb sticks to buy 2x8gb sticks.
Anywho, running at 1333 and everything bone stock on the FX 8350 and all settings stock in the bios (I cleared the cmos), I ran prime blend test for 8 hours with no errors. Temps only got up to 45. The real test will be if the computer freezes during a game but it is looking good so fa.r

I am running 4 X4gb 1866 9 10 9 27 corsair vengeance ram, you have to manually put the correct ram timings in to the bios to get it to run at 1866.
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OK heres what i get that im going to stick with as its enough for me although i could push it further, this will be my every day OC with my new ASUS CRSH V Z board, heres the link to my build for those that have not seen it. With updated pics since swapping out the GD 80 for the Asus Z board.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1324092/amd-overhaul-watercooled-ft02-fx8350




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