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post #61061 of 67692
What about stability?
I am mistaken, and bought 8370 for this board... Supplier won't replace this CPU with the 8320. I don't know, should I open the box and try to launch system?
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Looks like 8+2, should be fine at stock at the very least. Might even OC decently. VRM heatsink looks a bit small for pushing much over 4.6ghz though.
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I won't overclock it, I am upgrading not my PC.
Main thing that I would see it running in stock.
So, nobody had experience of launching this CPU at MSI 990X before?
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Originally Posted by DarkJoney View Post

I won't overclock it, I am upgrading not my PC.
Main thing that I would see it running in stock.
So, nobody had experience of launching this CPU at MSI 990X before?

Should run fine @ stock. Ive seen people running that chip in relatively cheap heatsinked 4+1 boards without much issue at stock (perhaps thermal throttling). The 990xa GD55, while not a great board AFAIK, is miles better than the 4+1 trash boards around.

The VRM heatsink on it is actually fairly beefy, I thought you had said 990x-ud5 which has a shrimpy VRM heatsink.
Edited by KarathKasun - 6/29/16 at 2:45am
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Outside of their price point which would be the better buy for gaming? Outside of the price point.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&IsNodeId=1&N=100007709%20601203818&Tpk=rx%20480&ignorear=1

Also I read where other models would be available within the next few weeks. As well as the other 400 series model. I'm not a believer in early adoption is it looks like better choices are coming and I located an old friend near Dad's area that can visit him when he returns and for a good Pernil and Arros con Gandulez will tweak the rig for him if I send him the card. There is still power in my mom's cooking!
post #61066 of 67692
XFX Radeon RX 480 DirectX 12 RX-480M8BBA6 8GB 256-Bit DDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card


iOver Clocked to 1328MHz, Backplate and DP to DVI adapter included- lol $269.99 in an email I just received..."out of stock"

Well they just went up, http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&IsNodeId=1&N=100007709%20601203818&Tpk=rx%20480&ignorear=1

Nicely priced above the suggested $199/$220 I budgeted. I'll wait to see who else has them and perhaps what the other RX400 series come in at.

I believe these are the 8gb cards though.
Edited by Maikalwolf - 6/29/16 at 6:30am
post #61067 of 67692
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Guys, will FX 8370 work on MSI 990X-GD55?

It's not officially supported in any bios version they have listed on the website , but the 8350's are. It's the only 990 MSI board I don't own or I would check it out for you. Based on my experience with unsupported 9xxx chips on the 990FXA GD 65, it should work , but may not be able to set proper default voltages/standard and turbo speeds for the cpu unless you do so manually.
DO NOT USE OC GENIE ...ever but its particularly important not to if you are using an unsupported chip.
There aren't many of those boards in use here with the FX 8 cores but the 2 people I have talked to get along just fine. The 8370 I have is a great undervolter , much easier on voltage than any of the 8350 or 8320's I've had - I'd actually feel better about trying to power the chip you have than the alternatives at a given clockspeed. Board should be good to 4.5ghz fairly easy, just keep airflow on the socket vrm and northbridge.

Good luck and have fun with the new build !
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Good luck and have fun with the new build !
Thank you for the expalantion, I have received parts from the supplier, I hope that board will work with the 8370 fine smile.gif
This is not my PC, I own a PC repair shop, and I got this one for upgrade. I am waiting for R9 480X now, going to install it too.

I owned FX at 2013-2015, I still keep my Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 with 8320 at home, really liked it, but I got LGA2011-V3 for cheap year ago smile.gif
That's why I know about this club.
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Good luck and have fun with the new build !
Thank you for the expalantion, I have received parts from the supplier, I hope that board will work with the 8370 fine smile.gif
This is not my PC, I own a PC repair shop, and I got this one for upgrade. I am waiting for R9 480X now, going to install it too.

I owned FX at 2013-2015, I still keep my Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 with 8320 at home, really liked it, but I got LGA2011-V3 for cheap year ago smile.gif
That's why I know about this club.

I see, should make for a nice rig. What is the batch number on that 8370?
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Hey folks, has anyone taken a look at the FX 480's and can you give me an opinion on which one would be best band for the buck for the system I outlined?
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