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post #21 of 28
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Why should i get that instead?

I can most likely get a 9590 for same prize as the 8350 where the 8320 costs $20 less here in my country will it be better to buy that one? Requires 700-1000mhz+ overclock to match the speed of the best one at least,still worth it to save 20 bucks?frown.gif
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Why should i get that instead?

I can most likely get a 9590 for same prize as the 8350 where the 8320 costs $20 less here in my country will it be better to buy that one? Requires 700-1000mhz+ overclock to match the speed of the best one at least,still worth it to save 20 bucks?frown.gif

8320 is the same processor as a 8350 and a 9590. Amd just has it at a lower clock speed
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post #23 of 28
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Yeah i know about that,but for $20 more i'm garantied 5ghz cpu where's with the 8320 i'm not garantied to even hit 4,6-4,8 at all..depends on chip but ofc i can get a golden one,but what if i dont:( then that $20 would have been so worth it,but seller doesnt reply so seems like he figured out selling it new for 50% less is a dumb thing so might end up with 8320-8350 instead after all:) how far will it clock with my kraken x60 u think?
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Yeah i know about that,but for $20 more i'm garantied 5ghz cpu where's with the 8320 i'm not garantied to even hit 4,6-4,8 at all..depends on chip but ofc i can get a golden one,but what if i dont:( then that $20 would have been so worth it,but seller doesnt reply so seems like he figured out selling it new for 50% less is a dumb thing so might end up with 8320-8350 instead after all:) how far will it clock with my kraken x60 u think?

With the X60 4.6Ghz+ shouldnt be much of a problem
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So if i buy a 8320 i could get around 4,6,same with 8350 i guess?smile.gif

Wondering about getting a raystorm d5 360 radiator kit for my computer(modding required in my cm haf xm case) when i have money over,how much of a difference will it do over the kraken? Might hit raystorm with a peltier also(,doubtfull it will happen this year tho) but would been nice with subzero temps:D
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So if i buy a 8320 i could get around 4,6,same with 8350 i guess?smile.gif

Wondering about getting a raystorm d5 360 radiator kit for my computer(modding required in my cm haf xm case) when i have money over,how much of a difference will it do over the kraken? Might hit raystorm with a peltier also(,doubtfull it will happen this year tho) but would been nice with subzero temps:D

8320's have hit 5+Ghz before.
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If I was in your place, I would sell the sabertooth and purchase an i5 3570k or i5 4670k and respective mobo. The i5 is competitively priced and has the best single threaded performance (up to 4 cores). For gaming, I'd go i5, new mobo, and reuse everything else (memory, case, psu, etc.) ...should be an easy swap.

I have an i5 3570k @ 4.8ghz and it runs all my current games without breaking a sweat with plenty of room to spare.
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I would go with the 8350 since you already have the mobo.
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