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Anyone willing to help with a comparison between the FX 6300 and FX 6350. I have the FX 6300 so I can help out.
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Like many in here have stated these results are only valid for this 8320 and this 8350.

One 8320 can vary greatly from another and the same for 8350's. A good 8320 can OC better than a poor 8350. From my experience my 8320 is pretty poor, there are quite a few that will do 4.8 Ghz which is out of this question for mine.

I didn't test the CPU-NB OC'ing but this 8320 was HORRIBLE in that department. Even 2300 MHz on CPU-NB required tons of voltage. The 8350 CPU-NB hasn't been touched yet.

Haven't played around with the 8350 much at all so the jury is still out on it. Seems average so far.
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I was wondering, How do you find out the batch? Do you need to read the numbers off the CPU or can it be retrieved somehow?

If so that's not going to happen any time soon smile.gif

The batch is on the IHS of the CPU. The 8350 IHS was very dirty, almost seemed like mold spores on it or something lachen.gif. A few repeats of Goof Off took care of 98% of it. Not sure what it was.


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My FX 6300 can do 4Ghz at 1.21v.
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Maximum no load validations @ 1.56 volts on GD-80's from my 8350 and 8320 were , 5.2 ghz 8350 , 5.175 ghz 8320 stock coolers on both - batch 1235 and 1237 i believe.
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Stock coolers? lmaosmiley.gif
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Stock coolers? lmaosmiley.gif

Yes, a person accused me of lying about hitting 5.175 ghz on the stock cooler with an 8320 ( which I had already sold) so I repeated the stunt with my 8350 by taking the h-100 off of it and putting the stock cooler back on. Video proof was all he would accept sooooo here it was http://youtu.be/DbVo7q2GHh0

EDIT: here's the validation for the 8320 http://www.overclock.net/t/1408829/lightbox/post/20598338/id/1604307
Edited by cssorkinman - 9/25/13 at 12:39am
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I've got the same board, same revision too, and an 8350. I can push it just a little bit beyond yours and stay stable, which makes sense. The chip maxes out stable at 4.85 (231*21) with 1.48v (actually set at 1.4625 in BIOS, but LLC pushes it to 1.48). I can get it to boot at 5.0 and even to POST at 5.1 GHz at 1.55v, but 4.85 is the highest it's gone and stayed stable. It's currently set a little below the max, at 4.54 GHz (227*20), which I can reach and stay stable and cool on just 1.38v.

I've never bothered trying it shutting down cores. To me, that's a waste of time. I bought an 8350 for what it could do, not to turn it into an expensive Sempron.

Mine can go to windows on 5ghz no problem. I shutdown INT cores just to see if it wasn't temps that was holding me as I was about to buy H110 glad I didn't tongue.gif
I would bought FX8350 but in Poland its like 240$ and 8320 I bought for 185$.
I thought that few hundreds mhz is not worth 55bucks and got FX8320. I was hoping for 4.2 knowing that FX8350 are better binned chips, getting 4.7ghz was pleasant surprise.
Now I'm waiting for Steamrooler and if this chip will not be significantly better clock for clock then Vishera i will just skip it and wait for new socket form intel and amd as Vishera even@4.4 has plenty of power to run games
Edited by Art385 - 9/25/13 at 1:15am
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+ rep for everyone here as I am pulling the trigger on a 8320 tomorrow for 145 at the egg along with 2 powercolor 7950s, so I can sell my 1090t 4.1 stable @ 1.47 with LLC on it jumps to 1.53 but back it down to 4.0 @ 1.45, along with a pair of HIS 6850 before the resell value keeps dropping on old tech. all the new goodies will go on my CHIV board with my old and trusty NH-D14 that will be cooling the 8320.
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