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I've had 2 FX-8320e's, one on a GA970A-UD3 rev. 1.0 and the other on a GA970A-UD3P rev. 2.0. Both chips were capable of 4.7GHz stable at no more than 1.425v. The 8320e in the UD3P was the best though and was stable at 4.7GHz at 1.375v.

I wouldn't recommend to anyone to get anything less then the cheapest 8 core available which if buying new is typically the 8320e especially if they are going to overclocking. Being this late in the lifecycle of the architecture it hard to recommend anything AMD but since you have a system without a CPU only then the 8320e is the best bang for the buck.

Also there is no architectural difference between 9590, 8370, 8370e, 8350, 8320, 8320e, 8310 or 8300 and they will perform the same when overclocked to the same clock speed. Some may say that some chips are higher binned than others and that may be somewhat true but it all still boils down to luck of the draw when it comes to overclocking. My experience being with just the 8320e that to me is a great chip for the price and couldn't see spending more on a higher sku.

If you live near a Microcenter they have 8320e's for $89.99 plus $40 off a motherboard and since you have a board already you can sell the motherboard from the deal and offset the cost of the CPU.
Edited by cmac68 - 8/20/16 at 3:56pm
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Thanks , i still have the 9590 and running stable at 4.7 with stress test successful but , i get this hickups sometimes on some games and while the internet so now im looking at gpu or my ram as maybe the problem ....
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I've had 2 FX-8320e's, one on a GA970A-UD3 rev. 1.0 and the other on a GA970A-UD3P rev. 2.0. Both chips were capable of 4.7GHz stable at no more than 1.425v. The 8320e in the UD3P was the best though and was stable at 4.7GHz at 1.375v.
Is that with APM on?
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Is that with APM on?

No, I turned off APM and was overclocking the base clock only.
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No, I turned off APM and was overclocking the base clock only.
The UD3P 2.0 won't boot, except from BIOS, with a multiplier over 22 which limits one to 4.4 unless using BCLK to overclock.
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The UD3P 2.0 won't boot, except from BIOS, with a multiplier over 22 which limits one to 4.4 unless using BCLK to overclock.
Your right, had to double check my box and I had rev 1.0 not 2.0. It's been over a year since I built that rig and my brother has been running it without issue since with the overclock. I do remember that the UD3P was really finickey when overclocking compared to the UD3.
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