I've added my 8350 to the data collection thread as well, stopped at 4400 MHz and 1.4v (1.424v under load). Temps are at the upper limit as you can see (58.5 Core, 70 Socket and they reach 62 Core and 74 Socket under several hours of Prime95) so I'm at the highest volts I can put through this one without being too hot for my taste.
I've also tried 4500 @1.425v (LLC High) and goes to 1.440 under load but one core fails in Prime after 49 minutes (2/2 attempts). I've had to try this with the window open to keep the temps down. I can bench at 4800 MHz and 1.425v but Prime fails almost instantly, IBT fails at about the 4th run.
Not a golden chip but it's better than the 8320s I had before. I'm also starting to believe that the retailer from which I got them actually kept the better chips for their custom systems. I think the green seal with the AMD logo was not intact on any of them...Edited by bios_R_us - 12/25/12 at 4:04am