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Oh well, guess I get to play with a 8350 soon. thumb.gif

Enjoy! Although I will just say - if you aren't that much of an overclocker, the 8320 may be the best bet if you want to save a few $. If you enjoy OC'ing and want to play around a bit, the 8350 is the way to go.
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Before anyone gets on me about $40, my point of view is price to performance - I don't live that well. Any little bit I can save is worth it. My rig in my specs took a couple years to build.
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If you just want 4-core, 4-threads you can buy an 8320 and disable one core per module. I don't know why you would....but you could. Maybe heat/power savings while gaming when >4 threads don't help? I wouldn't get worked up about "threads" or "cores" or "modules." If you CPU isn't enough, go bigger. If it's enough, stay with what you've got.
 
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Hey just curious what are you running for a hard drive? Like I said OCD, want those numbers to match up.
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Ahh, well if it's any consolation, mine says 4. As stated before it's that whole core/module thing. However it does in fact work all 8 threads and performs as it should.



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]Hey just curious what are you running for a hard drive? Like I said OCD, want those numbers to match up.
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Hey just curious what are you running for a hard drive? Like I said OCD, want those numbers to match up.

C: is 128g Samsung SSD
D: cd drive
E: is 64g Kingston SSD
F: is 1.5T Seagate SATA
G: is 300G Maxtor SATA
H: is 1.5 TB WD SATA
K: is Daemon tools Emulation
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