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post #21 of 34
I like my 990fxa-ud3p and mined with 4 GPU for months and the board still runs daily

The 970a-ud3 is a good board but had a bios error where an oc greater than 4.4ghz gives a boot error to enter BIOS but it if you change nothing and save and exit it boots fine and is prime stable.
post #22 of 34
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Thanks for the help guys

Went for the 8350 and the 990x cause of the price.


but another problem it seems i got the horrid old fan the one that is screaming like a banshee ><.
so i need a new cooler as i cannot find my am3 bracket for the h801 -.- and none sells it here in the netherlands.

i been reading about that the cooler master 212x is ok ish and affordable.

you ppl have any suggestions for a affordable cooling solution

note to you ppl im max overclocking to 4,6 ghz cause i want to enjoy the cpu for 3 years or so ^^ not burn it out in 1 year
post #23 of 34
I'm with Jericho. I have my 8320e stable, good temps on IBT AVX stress testing, and I'm sitting at 1.48v Vcore at 4.6ghz. I use a Hyper 212 Evo for CPU cooling and I just use the fan that came with it. 4.6 ghz is not pushing very hard. With a custom loop cooler many people hit 5ghz with an 8350.

8320 and 8350 Owners Club is a great place to get help with OC on Vishera.

I'm not sure why you didn't go with an I3 Skylake build though... I guess you could reuse your old ram.
    
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People say you can push just about as many volts as you want on Vishera chips so long as you can cool it. These CPUs are quite durable.
    
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post #25 of 34
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I'm with Jericho. I have my 8320e stable, good temps on IBT AVX stress testing, and I'm sitting at 1.48v Vcore at 4.6ghz. I use a Hyper 212 Evo for CPU cooling and I just use the fan that came with it. 4.6 ghz is not pushing very hard. With a custom loop cooler many people hit 5ghz with an 8350.

8320 and 8350 Owners Club is a great place to get help with OC on Vishera.

I'm not sure why you didn't go with an I3 Skylake build though... I guess you could reuse your old ram.


I realy didnt have the money to go Ddr 4 all out yet cause my videocard needs replacing fast aswel.

and the i3 lacks in some things i need it for frown.gif.

but wel i ordered the 8350 with a hyper 212x cooler and a 990x gaming hopefully it can tickle the 4,5ghz and then i be more then happy till Zen comes
post #26 of 34
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I realy didnt have the money to go Ddr 4 all out yet cause my videocard needs replacing fast aswel.

and the i3 lacks in some things i need it for frown.gif.

but wel i ordered the 8350 with a hyper 212x cooler and a 990x gaming hopefully it can tickle the 4,5ghz and then i be more then happy till Zen comes

An 8350 @ 4.5 GHz will still be viable for a long time. Don't let anyone kid you.
post #27 of 34
Still say a cheaper FX 8300/8320e at 4.5 is a smarter buy. My FX 8310 vs 8350 at 4.5ghz is the same with the 8310 costing me $80 and the 8350 $130
post #28 of 34
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Instead of 8350, get 8320e or 8300 (whichever you find cheaper) and ASUS 970 Pro Gaming AURA. It's brand new model and sports USB 3.1 and M2, which most other AMD motherboards don't.

It's very good motherboard for the money. All 8320e or 8300 should be able to hit 4.5Ghz easily.
Yep you can get the 8300 for between $113 and $119, good value
post #29 of 34
The stock specs of an 8300 are actually better than for a 8320e.
I don't know why AMD did this but check the specs - You'll see this.

I compared them earlier and the 8300 has a little more MHz in both stock speed and turbo modes. The 8300 in itself is a good choice and runs a lower wattage than the 8350 does yet is still capable of doing what you want it to and best of all is cheaper too.
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post #30 of 34
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The stock specs of an 8300 are actually better than for a 8320e.
I don't know why AMD did this but check the specs - You'll see this.

I compared them earlier and the 8300 has a little more MHz in both stock speed and turbo modes. The 8300 in itself is a good choice and runs a lower wattage than the 8350 does yet is still capable of doing what you want it to and best of all is cheaper too.
8320e is a do called economic cpu, don't ask me why lol seems the 8300 is at the same watts but overclock it and it will be closer to 150 watts if you go over 4 grz
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