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post #11 of 15
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The reason why Im freaked is because I saw in another threat the guy was having thermal shut downs with the 8320 onboard. Im seriously looking forward to it and even considered a 8350. But I really am not sure its worth it. I haven't been around systems in a long time. And I know it doesnt make sense but i just dont wanna buy intel.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by hazard99 View Post

The reason why Im freaked is because I saw in another threat the guy was having thermal shut downs with the 8320 onboard. Im seriously looking forward to it and even considered a 8350. But I really am not sure its worth it. I haven't been around systems in a long time. And I know it doesnt make sense but i just dont wanna buy intel.

don't freak...

that probably is the best board you could have gotten for the money and it competes with boards in the $200 range...

its rated to run the FX 9xxx smile.gif
Edited by bbond007 - 10/9/14 at 7:24pm
post #13 of 15
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is there a recommended cooler. I'd like to try and keep the 200mm fan in my haf xb but i'm thinking it wont be possible when i pick up the 8320 .
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is there a recommended cooler. I'd like to try and keep the 200mm fan in my haf xb but i'm thinking it wont be possible when i pick up the 8320 .

I just have Cooler Master Seidon XL on my 8320 and its great.

they had a $20 rebate and I liked my noctua fans better so I used those.

I just picked up two more seidon Ms for some GPUs.They also have rebates

for that CPU I do recommend closed-loop to get the heat out of your case.
post #15 of 15
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I offically orded the regular 8320 looks like ill be able to seat that monster and go.
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