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Hello guys, This saturday, I'm going to buy a new CPU and I need help with this.

I need your help, for the next reason.

My system now:

AMD Fx 4350
ASUS M5A99FX PRO
8GB Corsair Vengeance
GTX 750 ti
And a 450w Power Supply that came with my thermaltake v2 plus case (
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811133221) This is gonna be important.

AMD Fx 8350: Since I have an AM3+ Motherboard, I won't spend more money buying another MoBo (I mean changing from AMD to Intel), but, the power consumption is extremely high, and I don't have a very good power supply, so I'm scared for that. So if someone knows about this, please comment, I really need it :)

PD.
If someone here has/had this processor I would thank you if you tell me your experience with it, benchmarks, problems, good things.

Regards.



 

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A 600 watt supply can be had for round about $50, you're going to spend more than that with a new Intel mobo and CPU. With AM3+ you could even do an FX 9590 at almost 5ghz depending on mobo.


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