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will fx 8300 work on 4+1 vrm

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hello i have a problem / question 

i have a gigabyte ga-A870-usb3 mobo and its has 4+1 vrm

it can run fx 6300 but can it run fx 8300 ?

normal clocks i dont want to oc

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If you are wanting to get the FX 8300 as an 'upgrade'. Don't. 

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not as a upgrade im thinking about buying a fx 6300 or fx 8300

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2 minutes ago, hitbox_pl said:

not as a upgrade im thinking about buying a fx 6300 or fx 8300

just buying FX itself is hard to justify.

 

Electrically the FX 6 core can work, but don't look for performance.

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1 minute ago, hitbox_pl said:

not as a upgrade im thinking about buying a fx 6300 or fx 8300

Don't get either. 

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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

just buying FX itself is hard to justify.

well i have a gtx 1050 it dosnt bottleneck and its cheaper than mobo + ryzen 3 1200

i dont need now ryzen

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Just now, hitbox_pl said:

well i have a gtx 1050 it dosnt bottleneck and its cheaper than mobo + ryzen 3 1200

i dont need now ryzen

What about an R3 2200G? 

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1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

What about a R3 2200G? 

 

well its still mobo + ryzen why would i buy almost same ryzen but its with vega apu

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Just now, hitbox_pl said:

 

well its still mobo + ryzen why would i buy almost same ryzen but its with vega apu

Because it tears apart both the FX 6300 and FX 8300.

 

2200G VS FX 6300: https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-3-2200G-vs-AMD-FX-6300/m441832vs1555

2200G VS FX 8300: https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-3-2200G-vs-AMD-FX-8300/m441832vsm7163

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3 minutes ago, hitbox_pl said:

well i have a gtx 1050 it dosnt bottleneck and its cheaper than mobo + ryzen 3 1200

i dont need now ryzen

2nd gen Intel quad core already goes faster than AMD FX 6 core

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1 minute ago, Alexsolo said:

What's your current processor?

cancer af athlon II x2 250 

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Don't get either one.

 

As mentioned already, even a 2nd gen Intel quad core like the i5-2500K or i7-2600K will destroy the FX 6 cores, and a fair few of the 4th gen Core i5 like the 4690K can destroy the FX 8 cores.

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2 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Don't get either one.

 

As mentioned already, even a 2nd gen Intel quad core like the i5-2500K or i7-2600K will destroy the FX 6 cores, and a fair few of the 4th gen Core i5 like the 4690K can destroy the FX 8 cores.

but with i5 2500k and i7 2600k i must buy new mobo

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Just now, hitbox_pl said:

but with i5 2500k and i7 2600k i must buy new mobo

2nd gen parts are usually cheap.

 

There's nothing worth buying on any AMD platform pre-AM4

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

2nd gen parts are usually cheap.

 

There's nothing worth buying on any AMD platform pre-AM4

im live in poland and polish prices are joke af

i5 2500k 330 pln + mobo 100 pln

thats 400 pln min fx 6300 250 pln

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6300 and 8300 have the same TDP, so it should be fine.

anyway, as everyone suggested, changing 6300 to 8300 would get you nothing. just a very small bump.

AM3 systems is not worth upgrading, even the cheapest AM4 Ryzen (Athlon 200ge) beat the crap out of 6300 in games.

My suggestion is sell the 6300 system while there are some people that will buy and get Athlon 200ge.

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1 minute ago, SupaKomputa said:

6300 and 8300 have the same TDP, so it should be fine.

anyway, as everyone suggested, changing 6300 to 8300 would get you nothing. just a very small bump.

AM3 systems is not worth upgrading, even the cheapest AM4 Ryzen (Athlon 200ge) beat the crap out of 6300 in games.

My suggestion is sell the 6300 system while there are some people that will buy and get Athlon 200ge.

i dont have a fx i have a cancel af athlon II x2 250

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Just now, hitbox_pl said:

i dont have a fx i have a cancel af athlon II x2 250

it even lagging on youtube , csgo 60 fps with drops to 20 and crashing

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oh so  you're coming from a Athlon x2, well that will be a great upgrade to 8300.

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