Topic Title: ASROCK Pro 3 FX 6300 OC - How far can it go?
Topic Summary: How far do you think this combination can be overclocked (With watercooling).
Created On: 05/10/2013 01:17 PM
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 05/10/2013 01:17 PM
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Goldeneyedog
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Upgrading PC and have been advised by a PC shop that this combination is more than adequete to play all games on ultra with my 7950 but I am wondering how far it could be overclocked in the interests of getting the most life out of the machine as possible (the only purpose of the machine being gaming).

 05/10/2013 01:51 PM
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Well let's see. The computer shop is a dumbass if they think a FX 6300 and a 7950 will not have problems on Ultra settings in every game, you need a 5ghz i7 and a couple of thousand dollars worth of video hardware to even come close to guaranteeing that. "ASROCK Pro 3" brings up several boards, I am assuming you have the AsRock 970 Pro 3. That is a budget board which lacks the overclocking components and features found on enthusiast boards such as the 990FX based boards. I wouldn't expect to much more than 4.1ghz.

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 05/30/2013 10:31 PM
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I know a guy who has his FX-6300 OC'd to 4.8Ghz on air, so I'm fairly certain these chips are good enough for whatever gaming you throw at them. I don't think an i7 is needed for any game unless you're doing some triple-monitor nonsense.

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