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I had decided against upgrading before, but with all the reviews and hype it's become too much! My question is would an 8320 be expected to clock higher than an 8350 due to lower stock voltage? I just want to know if an 8350 is worth the extra money.

To be honest, they're pretty much the same chip if AMD is following their usual pattern, kind of like a 1090T to an 1100T. Both SHOULD be able to do the same clocks.

Either way, 4.0-4.2 Turbo I think will overlap the the lines.

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I had decided against upgrading before, but with all the reviews and hype it's become too much! My question is would an 8320 be expected to clock higher than an 8350 due to lower stock voltage? I just want to know if an 8350 is worth the extra money.

I don't think any of us can really know as of right now. I know my 8120 was pretty hot, and I had a hell of a time getting it past 4.2 (infact i'm struggling to get it BACK to 4.2 ghz now mad.gif ).

I sprung for the 8350 this time just to reduce any doubts I might have about OC'ing headroom.

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To be honest, they're pretty much the same chip if AMD is following their usual pattern, kind of like a 1090T to an 1100T. Both SHOULD be able to do the same clocks.

I figured. Looks like I'll just save myself $40 and grab an 8320.

What should I do with my 960T?
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I probably wont be getting my 8350 till november being in New Zealand and all I believe it took 2 weeks after the U.S to get the new apus.
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^ When x6 came out, I saved with a 1055T for close to $100 less than a 1090T and got a good OC result anyway.

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I figured. Looks like I'll just save myself $40 and grab an 8320.
What should I do with my 960T?

That depends! If you want to keep it, it'll make for a pretty powerful HTPC or second computer. If you want to sell it, you can probably still get $100.

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Just ordered mine!

I've been waiting for this day for so long... Finally, I get to phase out my 965 biggrin.gif
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