1Which GPU is best for FX8350?
2Will a FX8350 bottleneck a 1060?
3Can an AMD FX-8350 good for gaming?
4What GPU can get 240 fps?
5What GPU can handle 8K video?
6What year is AMD FX 8350?
By default, the FX-8350 has 8MB of L3 cache and runs at 4 GHz, but it can go up to 4.2 GHz, depending on the workload. AMD is producing the FX-8350 on a 32-nm manufacturing process with 1,200 million transistors. The chip’s silicon die is not manufactured at AMD, but at the Foundry of GlobalFoundries. On the FX-8350, you can easily adjust the unlocked multiplier, which greatly reduces overclocking, as you can dial in any overclocking frequency.
The FX-8350 has a 125W TDP, so good cooling is definitely needed. With a dual-channel interface, AMD’s processor can handle DDR3 memory. The FX-8350 uses a PCI-Express Gen 2 connection for communication with other parts of the system. Since this processor does not have integrated graphics, you will need a separate graphics card.
On the FX-8350, hardware virtualization is enabled, which greatly enhances virtual machine performance.
7Is GTX 1060 discontinued?
8Can a GTX 1060 run 240fps?
Wait a moment and try again.
9What is the fastest AM3+ processor?
10Does FX 8350 have 8 cores?
11Does the AMD FX 8350 run hot?
The rated TDP of the FX8350 is 125 Watts. To keep it below 61 degrees, you’ll need a dependable AIR or Liquid AIO CPU Cooler to keep it below 61 degrees.
If your processor is running at 61 percent, it will shorten the life span of your processor.
NOTE: The TDP rating indicates how much heat your CPU Cooler will need to remove from the processor in order to keep it cool. So your CPU Cooler must be rated at least 150 Watts for your FX8350.