AMD FX 8320 Processor - Black Edition - 8 Core
AMD FX 8320 Black Edition, Vishera, 8 Core, AM3+, Clock 3.5GHz, Turbo 4.0GHz, 8MB L3 Cache, 125W, CPU, Retail
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• AMD Turbo CORE Technology
• New Instruction Capabilities
• AMD Balanced Smart Cache
• AMD Wide Floating Point Accelerator
• HyperTransport™ Technology
• Integrated DRAM Controller with AMD Memory Optimizer Technology
• AMD Virtualization™ (AMD-V™) Technology
• AMD PowerNow!™ Technology (Cool’n’Quiet™ Technology)
* AMD's product warranty does not cover damage caused by overclocking even when overclocking is enabled via AMD OverDrive™ software.
|CPU Model||8320 Black Edition|
|Core Size||32 nm|
|Clock Speed||3.5 GHz|
|Turbo Speed||4.0 GHz|
|Unclocked Core Multiplier||No|
|Max. Memory Speed||DDR3 - 1866|
|L1 Cache (Total)||4x 64 KB instruction caches, 8x 16 KB data caches|
|L2 Cache (Total)||2x 4MB|
|L3 Cache (Total)||8MB|
|Voltage||0.84 - 1.17 (V)|
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Date Issued: 14th Oct 2011
AMD has lifted the wraps off a new CPU architecture formerly known by the codename Bulldozer. Now released as the FX series, this TekSpek delves into the technology behind the new chip.
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It loves to be overclocked as long as u cool it down enough.
I never did anything fancy just let motherboard do for me.
But as for bottleneck img ur gtx 770 ? No cant see that happening.
Your stock cooler is fine but it's recommended that you upgrade to an aftermarket cooler IF you are going to overclock.
My FX 8320 will happily overclock to over 4GHz with an aftermarket cooler, but to be honest I run mine at 3.6GHz as I don't need the extra speed.
If you're planning at gaming up to around 1080P/1200P with a decent graphics card, you're not going to realistically see any difference between this and an FX 8350.
You should only be looking for more power (i.e., Intel i7) if you're planning to play around with two high-level graphics cards for gaming at 1440P/1600P or much higher 4K (2160P) settings.
To be honest, I've yet to find a game that really challenges my FX 8320 and I'm on a two-generations-old HD 6950. Then again, I'm only gaming at 1200P max.
Hope this helps :)
Either way, both CPUs will be fine with the GTX 770.
In Summary: Nothing will bottleneck.