Can you overclock the fx8320 to the speed of the 8350 with the stock cooler? Tags: Overclocking Cooling Last response: April 3, 2013 9:03 PM in Overclocking Share Enderegg March 21, 2013 7:36:09 AM The fx6300 is just a tiny bit better than the 8320, because the turbo speed is set to 100 more mhz. So, if could overclock the 8320 with the stock coller, even if is just 0.5ghz i would be very happy. Is it possible or it will overheat? More about : overclock fx8320 speed 8350 stock cooler BadPeteNo April 3, 2013 8:44:31 PM It should handle something so gentle quite well. It's a pretty good chip itself. BuddyBear April 3, 2013 9:03:26 PM I have a 8350 and these things run hot. I would not take it from 4.0 to 4.5 on stock cooling. That's just me. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumSolvedAMD FX-8350 Overclock on Stock Cooler ForumSolvedCooler Master s524 vs corsair h100 on amd fx 8350 on stock speed ForumSolvedFX-8320 CPU stock cooler making loud noise while Gaming ForumSolvedCould i OC my FX8320 with a stock cooler? ForumSolvedFX-6300 and overclock better or Fx-8320 stock clock? For gaming mainly. ForumSolvedFX-8320 4.0 ghz turbo with stock cooler ForumSolvedFX-8320 loud stock cooler replacement ideas ForumSolvedRunning Prime95 on FX-8320 stock speed. ForumSolvedFX-8320 + Stock Cooler ForumSolvedGood Cooler for an Fx-8320 Overclock ForumFX-8320 Stock Cooler vs CM TX3 EVO ForumCan't get stock fx-8320 cooler to attach to msi 970A-G46 mobo ForumSolvedAMD FX-8320 stock fan speeds and temperatures? ForumSolved8350 stock cooler ForumSolvedAMD FX-8350 @ Stock - 59*C Load - 28*C Idle - ARE THESE NORMAL? - Aftermarket Cooler ForumSolvedFX 8350 Heat issues Using Stock Cooler with 990fxa-ud3 ForumSolvedFx 8350 stock cooler ForumSolvedFX 8350 Stock Cooler on a Phenom II x4 955BE ForumPrime95 High Temperatures on Stock Clock Speeds (AMD FX-8320) ForumSolvedFx-8350 stock cooler problem HELP More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !