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post #11 of 14
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Mmm okay will take consideration about my case airflow. But right now, i've decided to go for the FX8350 chip and people say that it runs cooler temps than intel. So, do i need a Noctua? Would want to overclock it to 5ghz in the future ( and i heard it's easier on the fx8350) I can basically only get the Noctua or AIO which is not recommended by u guys plus its expensive..
post #12 of 14
Getting 5GHz with a FX8350 is pushing to the limit. Very few are stable at 5GHz on air. 4.7-4.8GHz is realistic limit for daily use.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Getting 5GHz with a FX8350 is pushing to the limit. Very few are stable at 5GHz on air. 4.7-4.8GHz is realistic limit for daily use.
mm okay. thanks for the advise. So i will go for the Noctua D14! TQ everyone
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by jtjoetan View Post

mm okay. thanks for the advise. So i will go for the Noctua D14! TQ everyone

Just make sure that your memory sticks aren't too high or one of the fans of the D14 may not fit the way it should.
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