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Overclockers have 8320's in stock now but no 8350's for anotehr week or so,

I know there basically the same cpu just with a lower clock.

Can the 8320 deffinatly overclock to the same levels as the 8350 and should I just get the 8320 now?
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Originally Posted by passey View Post

Overclockers have 8320's in stock now but no 8350's for anotehr week or so,
I know there basically the same cpu just with a lower clock.
Can the 8320 deffinatly overclock to the same levels as the 8350 and should I just get the 8320 now?

All processors are different, it could be a better fabrication which gives you a better overclock or a worse fabrication.

In all honesty though, you're fine with what you have, why are you upgrading to something you won't really see the benefit of? There are better things you can spend your money on tbh.

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All processors are different, it could be a better fabrication which gives you a better overclock or a worse fabrication.
In all honesty though, you're fine with what you have, why are you upgrading to something you won't really see the benefit of? There are better things you can spend your money on tbh.
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All processors are different, it could be a better fabrication which gives you a better overclock or a worse fabrication.
In all honesty though, you're fine with what you have, why are you upgrading to something you won't really see the benefit of? There are better things you can spend your money on tbh.
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Check out this thread>http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/2060 I think you'll find that a new Vishera cpu WILL be an upgrade! An ssd is also a good investment! tongue.gif
Guess 20-30% improvement is not a upgrade to some people though.
    
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So does anyone know if the 8320 will perform similar the 8350?
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^ I'd say it seems plausible. When the 1055T came out I got it within a month's release and got a 1090Tish overclocking result for it, but saved the $100. thumb.gif

I just placed an order for an 8320 and I'm hoping for the best.

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^ I'd say it seems plausible. When the 1055T came out I got it within a month's release and got a 1090Tish overclocking result for it, but saved the $100. thumb.gif
I just placed an order for an 8320 and I'm hoping for the best.

my 8320 is due to arrive this morning.

Will let you know how it compares to my 1075t then will try it @ 4.0ghz to see how it compare to the 8350 then will try to see what I can get out of it.
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Check out this thread>http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/2060 I think you'll find that a new Vishera cpu WILL be an upgrade! An ssd is also a good investment! tongue.gif
Guess 20-30% improvement is not a upgrade to some people though.

He'll not gain any FPS when gaming, but for multicore apps yes, he'll see a boost. It depends on what he uses his machine for to be honest.

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The good thing about the new Vishera cpu is that they are running about the Phenom II level core vs. core.
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my 955 be is starting to see its age.
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