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If you would like I can bench with 2 or 3 modules (FX-8320) at 4.5Ghz with [Insert game or benchmark here] so you can see what your getting into.
 

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If you would like I can bench with 2 or 3 modules (FX-8320) at 4.5Ghz with [Insert game or benchmark here] so you can see what your getting into.
no link and i will buying the cpu tonight
 

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No, what I meant was I could run a bench personally with your game or bench of choice with a really high overclocked 7850 (1350 / 1500) so you can see if your CPU or GPU limited as a quad or hex.
 

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No, what I meant was I could run a bench personally with your game or bench of choice with a really high overclocked 7850 (1350 / 1500) so you can see if your CPU or GPU limited as a quad or hex.
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If you would like I can bench with 2 or 3 modules (FX-8320) at 4.5Ghz with [Insert game or benchmark here] so you can see what your getting into.
actually could u do a cinebench benhmark for me and i will compare with my x4 945 plz
 

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A 4Ghz + Phenom II x6. Most 6 cores need quite a bit of voltage for 4Ghz, not to mention 4.5Ghz for an FX chip isn't that hard at all. Not to mention, I'm running pretty conservative settings (2400NB / 2400HT) and stock rated ram at 1866.

I could bump ram and CPU clocks up and blow right past the Phenom II x6.
 

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A 4Ghz + Phenom II x6. Most 6 cores need quite a bit of voltage for 4Ghz, not to mention 4.5Ghz for an FX chip isn't that hard at all. Not to mention, I'm running pretty conservative settings (2400NB / 2400HT) and stock rated ram at 1866.

I could bump ram and CPU clocks up and blow right past the Phenom II x6.
well i think may just try out the fx 4300 and oc it vs stock vs my x4 945
 

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Cinebench doesn't really let the FX series shine. The FX 4300 Is a good choice tho. Clock it up to about 4.5-4.7Ghz and it's a beast. If you have any more bench requests, I'd be more than happy to run them.
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Cinebench doesn't really let the FX series shine. The FX 4300 Is a good choice tho. Clock it up to about 4.5-4.7Ghz and it's a beast. If you have any more bench requests, I'd be more than happy to run them.
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ok thank u and i hope i can decrease the bottleneck if i oc my chip to 4.5ghz and i have a hd 7870 right now but i have been thinking about crossfire them
 

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If your buying new from newegg, the FX-4300 is $109.99, while the FX-6300 is $119.99. At just $10... the FX-6300 is more than worth it at the price difference.
 

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If your buying new from newegg, the FX-4300 is $109.99, while the FX-6300 is $119.99. At just $10... the FX-6300 is more than worth it at the price difference.
nah i live in australia
 
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