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Amazon.com has AMD FX-8350 8-Core Black Edition CPU Processor (FD8350FRHKBOX) on sale for $114 - $40 Rebate = $74. Shipping is free. Thanks eakm3

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Wow......for the people with a Micro Center nearby...rebate works just fine there too.

Was able to snag a FX8320E Black Edition ( they didn't have the 8350 in stock ), and a Asus M5A78L motherboard for a total of $60.00 after rebates and bundle.

CPU = $79.99 - $40 rebate = $39.99
MB = $59.99 - $30 Bundle discount - $10 rebate = $19.99

Granted....it's not cutting edge....but I'm pretty sure it's tough to beat for a new 8 core CPU/MB for $60
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Isn't the 8350 a bit long on the tooth?
I love my 8350 but I feel like the money would be better spent on a Ryzen build, no?
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Wow......for the people with a Micro Center nearby...rebate works just fine there too.

Was able to snag a FX8320E Black Edition ( they didn't have the 8350 in stock ), and a Asus M5A78L motherboard for a total of $60.00 after rebates and bundle.

CPU = $79.99 - $40 rebate = $39.99
MB = $59.99 - $30 Bundle discount - $10 rebate = $19.99

Granted....it's not cutting edge....but I'm pretty sure it's tough to beat for a new 8 core CPU/MB for $60
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$75-$80 should be the regular price for these.
Not hating on it... I'm still using a fx-6300, might get this and have the fx-6300 as a backup.
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Wow......for the people with a Micro Center nearby...rebate works just fine there too.

Was able to snag a FX8320E Black Edition ( they didn't have the 8350 in stock ), and a Asus M5A78L motherboard for a total of $60.00 after rebates and bundle.

CPU = $79.99 - $40 rebate = $39.99
MB = $59.99 - $30 Bundle discount - $10 rebate = $19.99

Granted....it's not cutting edge....but I'm pretty sure it's tough to beat for a new 8 core CPU/MB for $60

this is a great deal. i was thinking about building a budget gaming rig. Please let me know what gpu and ram you choose.
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The BEST part of Asus M5A78L is: it can use ECC memory, which is dirty CHEAP comparing with non-ECC DDR3 !!!!!!
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How's this compare to phenom x6 1035t overcooked to 3.2ghz? Worthwhile upgrade or save money for new system...?
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Isn't the 8350 a bit long on the tooth?
I love my 8350 but I feel like the money would be better spent on a Ryzen build, no?
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Isn't the 8350 a bit long on the tooth?
I love my 8350 but I feel like the money would be better spent on a Ryzen build, no?
If building from scratch, yes. If you are still on AM3+ and want to squeeze the last life out of that PC, here you go.
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$75-$80 should be the regular price for these.
Not hating on it... I'm still using a fx-6300, might get this and have the fx-6300 as a backup.
I upgraded from a 6120 to the 8350. Just sold the 6120 to help pay for the 8350. I could really tell a difference when using handbrake. I didnt game much on it so I cant speak to that.
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$75-$80 should be the regular price for these.
Not hating on it... I'm still using a fx-6300, might get this and have the fx-6300 as a backup.
I just did this upgrade last month and, gaming wise, I've been underwhelmed.
My 6300 cruised at 4.6 but I've struggled to get the 8350 to a solid 4.0 on a gigabyte 990-ud3
On bf1 I gained a few fps but not enough to warrant the cost
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Wow......for the people with a Micro Center nearby...rebate works just fine there too.

Was able to snag a FX8320E Black Edition ( they didn't have the 8350 in stock ), and a Asus M5A78L motherboard for a total of $60.00 after rebates and bundle.

CPU = $79.99 - $40 rebate = $39.99
MB = $59.99 - $30 Bundle discount - $10 rebate = $19.99

Granted....it's not cutting edge....but I'm pretty sure it's tough to beat for a new 8 core CPU/MB for $60
Same here, I got the last AM3+ Mobo in the twin cities. So CPU plus Mobo final price with tax was 89 bucks. Not using for main PC, going to try it for a dedicated streaming PC.
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I just did this upgrade last month and, gaming wise, I've been underwhelmed.
My 6300 cruised at 4.6 but I've struggled to get the 8350 to a solid 4.0 on a gigabyte 990-ud3
On bf1 I gained a few fps but not enough to warrant the cost
Thanks. I think I'll save my pennies for a Ryzen build sometime in the future
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I just did this upgrade last month and, gaming wise, I've been underwhelmed.
My 6300 cruised at 4.6 but I've struggled to get the 8350 to a solid 4.0 on a gigabyte 990-ud3
On bf1 I gained a few fps but not enough to warrant the cost

I did the same thing a few years back. It's alright, but the extra cores don't affect fps at all. Great if you're multitasking, and makes everything a bit zippier on the OS, but gaming is all about core clock speed.
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