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AMD FX8320 Black Edition 8 Core (3.5/4.0GHz, 8MB Level 3 Cache) - £98.10 Sold by Dealz uk and Fulfilled by Amazon

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1 Like #1
8320 or 8350?
5 Likes #2
kester76
8320 or 8350?

http://www.specsavers.co.uk/
#3
MitchellT
kester76
8320 or 8350?

http://www.specsavers.co.uk/

lol
1 Like #4
kester76
8320 or 8350?
http://www.feelingoodtees.com/Assets/ProductImages/PS_0241_CENTER_KIDS.jpg
#5
kester76
8320 or 8350?
Both are great, the advantage with FX 8350 being that it is higher binned, the FX 8320 used to be referred to as an FX 8350 that didn't quite make the grade, but conversely I can't remember the last time I read about an FX 8320 that couldn't hit the FX 8350's turbo speed when overclocked and some FX 8320s turn out to be better over clockers than the FX 8350, though it's usually the other way around by a couple of 100 MHz. It all depends on how well you do in the silicone lottery, as they say. I don't know how long the FX 8350 will remain at £110 but with the price difference being that small, I would go for the FX 8350. Or you could go for the FX 8320, find it's a gem of an over clocker with that £12 saved spent on a third party cooler.
#6
not sure why you'd bother with an 8-core CPU though unless you do a lot of video editing or similar multi-threaded processes - most users would be better off with either an intel chip or an AMD a-seris APU depending on useage
#7
this is a good price although its hard to recommend this chip to most people , an i5 4440 would be a better choice if you are building new.
#8
ThrobbingTiger
kester76
8320 or 8350?
http://www.feelingoodtees.com/Assets/ProductImages/PS_0241_CENTER_KIDS.jpg
http://www.tobidornot.com/wp-photo/upload/amd-fx8320-black-edition-8-core.jpg

It's too small!

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-cXRxeTFiq6A/TmMXLfnrQWI/AAAAAAAACSc/efyyuRZk2xs/s1600/zoolander.jpg
#9
For video editing and virtual hosts this is great.

Shall be placing an order early next week to be used in my lab with Hyper-V. Hopefully the price sticks!
1 Like #10
under £100 for 8 cores... HEAT. I have its bigger brother the 8350, great CPU for VM's and gaming.
1 Like #11
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not sure why you'd bother with an 8-core CPU though unless you do a lot of video editing or similar multi-threaded processes - most users would be better off with either an intel chip or an AMD a-seris APU depending on useage

remember the consoles use 8 core CPU's now so games will start taking advantage of that. And as you say, video editing and VM's it is great for.
#12
Heat added, great CPU, don't list listen to the Intel fan boys
#13
I'm looking to build a new pc in the coming weeks. I will be using it for photoshop/illustrator as well as hopefully getting into some fps games. I have my eye on the 6300 but then seen this and just assumed it would be better. After reading the comments above now I'm not so sure!
#14
MrBThatsMe
I'm looking to build a new pc in the coming weeks. I will be using it for photoshop/illustrator as well as hopefully getting into some fps games. I have my eye on the 6300 but then seen this and just assumed it would be better. After reading the comments above now I'm not so sure!
I previously had the fx 6300 great solid chip probably the best, value for money now I've got this and noticing better performance. In the end it depends on how much you've got to spend without skimping on a good motherboard.
#15
Chidmas
MrBThatsMe
I'm looking to build a new pc in the coming weeks. I will be using it for photoshop/illustrator as well as hopefully getting into some fps games. I have my eye on the 6300 but then seen this and just assumed it would be better. After reading the comments above now I'm not so sure!
I previously had the fx 6300 great solid chip probably the best, value for money now I've got this and noticing better performance. In the end it depends on how much you've got to spend without skimping on a good motherboard.


Well im going to buy everything over about 1 month (2 pay days :p) and obviously I want to get some bargains but I figure I can leave out a graphics card for now (got an old one) so long as I get a system up and running with photoshop etc working well. Really tempted to fork out for a sabertooth 990fx mobo (£110 I think I seen it for) and then spend up to 100 on a cpu. If I can't afford everything within a month then I have an old case and ram that I can recycle for the time being. Things aren't as simple as they were back in the days of the pentium 2's though! There seems to be a bunch of new cpu's to choose from, all in a different range from the same manufacturers and varying price points so nothing really stands out as the "best" within each price bracket.
banned#16
MrBThatsMe
Chidmas
MrBThatsMe
I'm looking to build a new pc in the coming weeks. I will be using it for photoshop/illustrator as well as hopefully getting into some fps games. I have my eye on the 6300 but then seen this and just assumed it would be better. After reading the comments above now I'm not so sure!
I previously had the fx 6300 great solid chip probably the best, value for money now I've got this and noticing better performance. In the end it depends on how much you've got to spend without skimping on a good motherboard.


Well im going to buy everything over about 1 month (2 pay days :p) and obviously I want to get some bargains but I figure I can leave out a graphics card for now (got an old one) so long as I get a system up and running with photoshop etc working well. Really tempted to fork out for a sabertooth 990fx mobo (£110 I think I seen it for) and then spend up to 100 on a cpu. If I can't afford everything within a month then I have an old case and ram that I can recycle for the time being. Things aren't as simple as they were back in the days of the pentium 2's though! There seems to be a bunch of new cpu's to choose from, all in a different range from the same manufacturers and varying price points so nothing really stands out as the "best" within each price bracket.


If your going to spend that much on a motherboard, you might as well get the quicker intel i5. Upgrade path to the i7 at a later date then too
#17
Noclouds
kester76
8320 or 8350?
Both are great, the advantage with FX 8350 being that it is higher binned, the FX 8320 used to be referred to as an FX 8350 that didn't quite make the grade, but conversely I can't remember the last time I read about an FX 8320 that couldn't hit the FX 8350's turbo speed when overclocked and some FX 8320s turn out to be better over clockers than the FX 8350, though it's usually the other way around by a couple of 100 MHz. It all depends on how well you do in the silicone lottery, as they say. I don't know how long the FX 8350 will remain at £110 but with the price difference being that small, I would go for the FX 8350. Or you could go for the FX 8320, find it's a gem of an over clocker with that £12 saved spent on a third party cooler.



Flubit offered the 8320 last week for £87 but I went for the 8350 for £117 which seems the going rate now, just a shame about the poor fpu performance.

Yep doubled checked, £87.07.


Edited By: kester76 on Jul 26, 2014 00:16: wrong place

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