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What program did you use to get it to boost to 4.0 ? I was playing around with at everything at stock on my 6300, which is 3.5 stock, boost 4.1, and the best boost I could get was up to around 3.8 or so.

it was the "turbo boost" that came enabled out of box. you can enable/disable/set clocks for it in bios.
I dont use boost myself, I disabled and then OC'd with just multi.

I'd rather have 8 cores at 4.0 using 1.3v, then 4 cores at 4.0, 4 cores at 3.5, for 1.4v.
     
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@Sadmoto: I installed my 8350 right away, but it runs at ~4.1, not 4.5 as you mentioned. Where can I check whether Turbo Boost sit enabled?
Also, with the stock fan provided by AMD my PC is really loud now under load, and while idling temps are 25-32 degrees Celsius, in demanding games and Lightroom temps easily go north of 65C (in both Overdrive, and HWMonitor). I figure AMD know what fan to provide and still grant warranty for a CPU that runs at stock clock, still, it seems kinda high to me. Should I log temps for a while in different applications or is that normal. I know that I'm gonna need an aftermarket solution should I OC it one day, but like this not even turbo boost will be possible without hitting unhealthy temperatures, right?
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8350 turbos at 4.2 max (for single core duties), 4.1 for the rest so yours is about right. Check your temps with HWinfo64, it's the best for AMD.
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Thanks for the heads up. Monitored temps with hwinfo64 and they're quite moderate. Avg 20 idle and 65 under demanding games. The noise is like a fricking jet engine though wink.gif
Now, I have a thermal take V3 case which won't fit either a D14 or U14 by Noctua. The next best thing as far as I read would be the Noctua U9b which is only 12.5cm tall. Is this a good cooler for an (one day maybe mildly OC'd) 8350?
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http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=14&lng=en&set=1

This one is the little brother of noctua 14 models and will fit in your case (158mm, yours can take up to 160mm).
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Nice, thanks! Although, you said my case can take up to 160mm. Isn't a D14 160, and a U14 165? So would a D14 in theory fit or would I have to leave the side panel off (not a fan of this option though). Is the U12 so much better than the U9b? Since I don't plan to OC the hell out of my CPU, I'm concerned about noise levels mostly, which the D14 being the best from what I read.
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Nice, thanks! Although, you said my case can take up to 160mm. Isn't a D14 160, and a U14 165? So would a D14 in theory fit or would I have to leave the side panel off (not a fan of this option though). Is the U12 so much better than the U9b? Since I don't plan to OC the hell out of my CPU, I'm concerned about noise levels mostly, which the D14 being the best from what I read.

Haven't got hands on experience with the U9b, but the U12 is only a bit worse than the 14 models. I wouldn't put a heatsink that perfectly matches my case in height personally, 158mm in a 160mm is sort maxing it out already. U12 should also be slightly less noisy than the 14. It also won't interfere with tall RAM modules.
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go 6300 4.6 or used i5 k or non k
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Back again biggrin.gif
So I installed a Noctua u12s which luckily a store nearby had in stock and reasonably priced. Installed everything according to Noctuas manual.
Only, upon booting neither my mouse, nor keyboard, nor display works. Fans spin, and everything. Also, the boot beep doesn't "ding".
What is up with that? I checked all cables, removed ram, still nothing.
Help appreciated
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Sure you didn't damage the motherboard? Is everything in working order if you revert back to the old cooler?
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