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I will have some time later in the summer to see what I can afford and he suggested 8320E cpu as a alternative due to budget and his own experience. I don't plan on OCing my dads. I think the parts I bought him should do well for what he needs for Steam and his other internet games. Now my son has an old Veritron with a Q94xx or 95xx cpu cant remember which, So I figure take my dads current mobo, and some other parts and upgrade my son a little more before his mobo dies on him.
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there all British emergency services numbers, from 1333 to 1866. smile.gif

 

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Mus1mus and I were discusing bin# on 8320Ecpus

I would love to find a good binned 8350
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"New" 8350 owner... bought it, and the rest of my new computer, about a year ago, only bought the remaining parts recently, so its now finally up and running!

I'll update soon, but I'm stuck running Vista x64 right now, and I planted the proc on an Asus Sabertooth (v2.0). I'll update my profile computer specs soon too.

Anyway, I'll be in here often in the future as I start to OC... smile.gif

Also, I've been off OCN long enough I can't remember what my username and password were, so this is a new account. But I've been on OCN for years, maybe close to 15 by now, albeit mostly before my last absence.
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It gets awkward mixing and matching. I've not had any issues with oddly matched amounts at the same speed and timings. However, running different speeds/timings in different channels is not a great solution because you're going to slow all of the RAM down to the slowest speed/timings. All things considered, the 1866 8Gb should be run at its rated speed if it has decent timings (CL9 or 10). The performance vs. RAM speed isn't drastic with FX but if you're not beating up your RAM limit as-is then higher speeds and lower timings are always preferable.
there all British emergency services numbers, from 1333 to 1866. smile.gif

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): Brexit. I hope it's not as bad as the media is portraying it.

Anyway, does this count as open loop watercooling?
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZOQ5KSC?psc=1

'Open loop scented cooler': one of the reviews is "completely adorable". That is the whole review. There should be more of that sort of thing. thumb.gif
post #61027 of 67694
As I do my research towards my own rig. Should I stay away from 970 boards and stay with the 990x boards? I know financially I wont be able to cross into ZEN chip land initially. I am hoping for drop in prices as people, especially gamers who have been pinning for AMD to get their act together, rush forward to upgrade. Maybe a somewhat major sell off and of course dealers dropping prices on already in-stock boards and peripherals. So what I am hoping is for a end of summer/mid fall sale that i can take advantage off to start buying and building. I've been reading and there seems to be an Ifan/Apple-like expectation for Zen. What do you folks think?
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As I do my research towards my own rig. Should I stay away from 970 boards and stay with the 990x boards? I know financially I wont be able to cross into ZEN chip land initially. I am hoping for drop in prices as people, especially gamers who have been pinning for AMD to get their act together, rush forward to upgrade. Maybe a somewhat major sell off and of course dealers dropping prices on already in-stock boards and peripherals. So what I am hoping is for a end of summer/mid fall sale that i can take advantage off to start buying and building. I've been reading and there seems to be an Ifan/Apple-like expectation for Zen. What do you folks think?

The ASUS Pro Gaming AURA is the best deal for high performance motherboard right now and it's 970 chipset. There's nothing wrong with that. Other honourable mentions are the Giga 970 UD3P (4.4Ghz capable), the MSI 970 Gaming (6+2 phase, but with inconsistent results), the Gigabyte 970 Gaming and the ASUS M5A7 EVO (6+2 phase). There are also 2 Asrocks, but in high overclocks they have been high failure rates.

The Gigabyte boards in particular, use the same VRMs between the 970 and 990 gaming probably. Feature wise, i 'd buy the Aura if i wanted overclocking motherboard today without spending much.
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Good to know Undervolter. I visited Tedshardware site and they appear to be not many fans of the 970's mentioned by some posters. More than a few responses try to lead the poster away from the 970s. As they do with the FX CPUs for that matter! Though there are some challengers from more established senior members
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Good to know Undervolter. I visited Tedshardware site and they appear to be not many fans of the 970's mentioned by some posters. More than a few responses try to lead the poster away from the 970s. As they do with the FX CPUs for that matter! Though there are some challengers from more established senior members

Someone in the forum brought the Aura to 5Ghz, if you search the post you will find it. With serious cooling i believe. I think someone else reported 4.5Ghz without too elaborate motherboard cooling. Gigabyte i think uses the same VRM for the Gaming boards. Also, the Aura gives x8 x8 SLI, something you couldn't find easily in the past in 970 boards. In 990 you can find x16 x8, but i think that's about it. The aura has excellent reviews in Newegg, the main "problem" being that the light pattern resets at each reboot (it reverts to changing colours). I don't see the point is paying extra money for FX motherboard these days, unless you want some odd feature you only find in 990 chipsets or unless you absolutely want certainty to hit 5Ghz, at least as motherboard capability goes, which is why the Sabertooth is for. However, there is a R3.0 Sabertooth in the works (posted a few pages back), which is much better looking and with better features, so paying for R2.0 now, isn't worth it. You may as well get a 970, overclock to a decent 4.5Ghz without effort and see what you ll do with Zen.
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