"Piledriver FX-8 Eight Core 8350 Black Edition 4.00GHz (Socket AM3+) Processor - Retail"The new AMD FX 8-Core Processor is now faster than ever! It’s still unlocked for your overclocking pleasure, and it’s still the only AMD 8-core desktop processor. AMD FX processors have broken records before and now it’s your turn. Experience unmatched multitasking and pure core performance with a new architecture and great prices.
- The next-generation architecture takes 8-core processing to a new level. Test the limits to play harder and get more done.
- Get up to 24% better frame rates in some of the most demanding games, at stunning resolutions.
- Incredible speed out of the box and more in the tank; AMD Turbo CORE Technology automatically kicks in, boosting performance to a user’s varied workload.
- Get faster audio encoding so you can enjoy your music sooner.
- The groundbreaking AMD FX 8-Core Processor Black Edition comes unlocked. No premium to pay. No code to input. Just unrestrained, overclockable power right away.
- Go up to 5.0 GHz with aggressive cooling solutions from AMD, High-end air-cooling or H20 solution required for 5.0GHz and beyond clock speeds.
- With more speed than ever and more aggressive price points – New AMD FX Processors raise the bar for 8-core computing.
- Get up to 22% better frame rates than the previous generation in some of the most popular games.3
- Multiplier Unlocked
- Eight Core Technology
- 4.00GHz Clock Speed
- 4.20GHz Turbo Clock Speed
- 5.2 GT/s System Bus
- AM3+ Socket
- 8MB L2 Cache
- 8MB L3 Cache
- 64-Bit Technology
- TDP: 125W
- Voltage: 0.9375v - 1.4125v
- 32nm technology
- Support upto 2400MHz DDR3
- HyperTransport 3.0 Technology
- AMD Virtualization (AMD-V) Technology
- 3 Year Warranty
- Heatsink & Fan Included
- Upto 7% faster than previous FX-8150
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