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the for the love of fanboism already.....

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like your one to talk we already know you are one and have been told this many times in other threads you and staypuft
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no i only recomend a AMD FX 8320-8350 over an I5 and still suggest an I7 over a AMD FX 8320-8350 as of presently look into my recomendations you will see i was pushing I7 the whole time but since he is on so tight of a budget so tight and says I7 is out of the question he is skimping and wanting a budget motherboard for Intel I5 haswell and a budget PSU also he could go AMD FX 8320 and get a high end motherboard and a quality PSU and easily overclock the FX 8320 to a FX 8350 or above with ease on oem air cooling.

So many things wrong with this.

First off, the FX-8320/8350 produce quite a bit of heat when you overclock, far more than even Ivy Bridge offers. Combine that with the fact that you need in general an operating temperature of preferably under 62C, and no damn OEM cpu cooler is going to do a damn to allow that chip to overclock.

Second off, you can actually go with a budget motherboard for an i5 because the actual VRM requirements to even get high clocks aren't remotely high on Intel's Core architecture. You ACTUALLY need a good motherboard to overclock worth a damn on the FX-8320/8350. In fact, it averages to pretty much the damn same cost between the FX-8350 and the i5 when you factor in the motherboards required for good solid overclocks.

And third off, all of this is coming from a guy (or girl, I don't know) who paired three HD7970s with an FX-8350, which is flat out a bottleneck to those GPUs and WILL not let them run at their potential, Heck, not even an i5-3570k at 4.7Ghz is going to allow that much GPU power to run at its full potential.

My god, you just don't know when to stop. You are almost on Vampirr/SVDLX levels in terms of fanboyism. Argue with facts, or just stop. And I can't believe I'm jumping back into this after an entire month.
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no i only recomend a AMD FX 8320-8350 over an I5 and still suggest an I7 over a AMD FX 8320-8350 as of presently look into my recomendations you will see i was pushing I7 the whole time but since he is on so tight of a budget so tight and says I7 is out of the question he is skimping and wanting a budget motherboard for Intel I5 haswell and a budget PSU also he could go AMD FX 8320 and get a high end motherboard and a quality PSU and easily overclock the FX 8320 to a FX 8350 or above with ease on oem air cooling.

So many things wrong with this.

First off, the FX-8320/8350 produce quite a bit of heat when you overclock, far more than even Ivy Bridge offers. Combine that with the fact that you need in general an operating temperature of preferably under 62C, and no damn OEM cpu cooler is going to do a damn to allow that chip to overclock.

Second off, you can actually go with a budget motherboard for an i5 because the actual VRM requirements to even get high clocks aren't remotely high on Intel's Core architecture. You ACTUALLY need a good motherboard to overclock worth a damn on the FX-8320/8350. In fact, it averages to pretty much the damn same cost between the FX-8350 and the i5 when you factor in the motherboards required for good solid overclocks.

And third off, all of this is coming from a guy (or girl, I don't know) who paired three HD7970s with an FX-8350, which is flat out a bottleneck to those GPUs and WILL not let them run at their potential, Heck, not even an i5-3570k at 4.7Ghz is going to allow that much GPU power to run at its full potential.

My god, you just don't know when to stop. You are almost on Vampirr/SVDLX levels in terms of fanboyism. Argue with facts, or just stop. And I can't believe I'm jumping back into this after an entire month.

actually many get the 8350-8320 to 4.5-4.6ghz x8 with oem cooler and are well within acceptable temps even under heavy prime95 load and to get there often need just a hair of added juice oem 1.35v 1.37v usually gets to 4.6-4.7ghz many get 4.4-4.5ghz on stock voltage the trick with oem cooler from amd it has a temp sensor on fan so have to set the fan speed on motherboard to 100% and the temp sensor on the heatsink on the fan will do it all automatically this particular fan / heatsink setup OEM AMD http://forums.vr-zone.com/singapore-marketplace-garage-sales/936726-wtb-stock-amd-am3-heatpipe-heatsink-hsf.html if you happen to have one take fan off flip it over near center of fan backside you will see what looks like a resistor / sensor that is the temp sensor that controls fanspeed hook it directly to 12v and touch it the heat from your fingertips will speed fan up.


basically if you dont set the fanspeed to 100% or hook it directly to 12v source the fan will delay speed up till heat is literally come out of the heatsink roasting then the fan will ramp up slowly this is what causes the common misconception the oem heatsink is garbage i took my CPU AMD FX 8350 to 4.7ghz x8 for like 2 weeks on oem heatsink with no issues maxxed 58c 100% load prime95 5 hours by doing the direct 12v route and letting the fan sensor do its thing.
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the for the love of fanboism already.....

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like your one to talk we already know you are one and have been told this many times in other threads you and staypuft
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like your one to talk we already know you are one and have been told this many times in other threads you and staypuft

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actually many get the 8350-8320 to 4.5-4.6ghz x8 with oem cooler and are well within acceptable temps even under heavy prime95 load and to get there often need just a hair of added juice oem 1.35v 1.37v usually gets to 4.6-4.7ghz many get 4.4-4.5ghz on stock voltage the trick with oem cooler from amd it has a temp sensor on fan so have to set the fan speed on motherboard to 100% and the temp sensor on the heatsink on the fan will do it all automatically this particular fan / heatsink setup OEM AMD http://forums.vr-zone.com/singapore-marketplace-garage-sales/936726-wtb-stock-amd-am3-heatpipe-heatsink-hsf.html if you happen to have one take fan off flip it over near center of fan backside you will see what looks like a resistor / sensor that is the temp sensor that controls fanspeed hook it directly to 12v and touch it the heat from your fingertips will speed fan up.

The stock cooler on my A10-5800K regularly hits 60C on P95. And you honestly think that an 8 core FX-8320/8350 is going to maintain sub 62C temperatures on P95. You must be on something strong.
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