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Not any other micro boards around. I think the 212 will do fine now....5x delta 150+ cfm fans plus a bunch of 70 cfm as well probably be ok.

I should also state my last fastest cpu was an e8600 c2d....life circumstances have held me away for a long while. I am basically looking for faster than that....4.5ghz is not necessary for some benchmarking and playing diablo 3.
Best micro board is probably the Gigabyte 770-mlt-usb3 or whatever its called.
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Best micro board is probably the Gigabyte 770-mlt-usb3 or whatever its called.

Correct.

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5195#ov

The drawback is that you lose SATAIII.
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On any FX CPU, but not on any motherboard. At 1.4 that Asrock will be boiling:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1573620/am3-matx-board#post_24415028
I had 4300 on it and if volts stay below 1.45V on full load prime it seems to not overheat, don't know about 8cores though
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Correct.

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5195#ov

The drawback is that you lose SATAIII.
Only if you are doing ssd
since sata 3GB/s can transfer a maximum of 300mb/s and sata6gb only go up to 230mb/s max
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I love gigabyte but that board was not an option. Basically I got this asrock for $20.

Forgive me if I sound skeptical of limits...I learn best by doing. I took a 3600 brisbane to 3.3ghz on a zalman 9700 cooler with 1.55v. Everyone said 3.1ghz was it, they said it would be too hot with zalman it did 3.3 and never went over 55C. But everyone said the cpu would be done over 1.45v...that chip still beats for my dad on a micro board slightly overclocked to 2.8ghz and in a few months will have been for 10 years.

Honestly I will probably find it's limit and benchmark it once then turn it down to a reasonable stable overclock.
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I love gigabyte but that board was not an option. Basically I got this asrock for $20.

Forgive me if I sound skeptical of limits...I learn best by doing. I took a 3600 brisbane to 3.3ghz on a zalman 9700 cooler with 1.55v. Everyone said 3.1ghz was it, they said it would be too hot with zalman it did 3.3 and never went over 55C. But everyone said the cpu would be done over 1.45v...that chip still beats for my dad on a micro board slightly overclocked to 2.8ghz and in a few months will have been for 10 years.

Honestly I will probably find it's limit and benchmark it once then turn it down to a reasonable stable overclock.
I'd say extreme 9 is a good board 12+2VRM
Otherboards asus saber or msi etc has only 8+2 i think
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I have had 2 fx8 processors to 4.5 with hyper 212+
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I love gigabyte but that board was not an option. Basically I got this asrock for $20.

Forgive me if I sound skeptical of limits...I learn best by doing. I took a 3600 brisbane to 3.3ghz on a zalman 9700 cooler with 1.55v. Everyone said 3.1ghz was it, they said it would be too hot with zalman it did 3.3 and never went over 55C. But everyone said the cpu would be done over 1.45v...that chip still beats for my dad on a micro board slightly overclocked to 2.8ghz and in a few months will have been for 10 years.

Honestly I will probably find it's limit and benchmark it once then turn it down to a reasonable stable overclock.

The same person in that thread, returned with watercooling and VRM fan and was at 1.28v 4.4 on 8370E or 8320E (i don't remember) at about 62C Cpu temp (socket). So if you cool it well and use 8320E, you should get some overclock. But on the longevity of that board if you run it often at 100% load, i wouldn't bet anything (brandless mosfets).
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8320 is your best choice, with a little OC you can easily reach the 8350 performance.
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So the 8320 right now on Microcenter is $120 but it is in store only and they also have the 8320e for $109.99 thumb.gif

http://www.microcenter.com/product/401796/fx_8320_black_edition_35ghz_am3_boxed_processor
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Yeah I have a 15ŕ off instore at microcenter...its a 40 minute drive and I pay tax but still slightly cheaper.


Woild it help if I put stick on copper heatsinks on mosfets?
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