Just want to pass along my results since I've had a heck of a time finding any info on how well the 8320 can clock. Hopefully it helps someone else decide if they want to save money or not. *Currently I'm stable @ 4.3Ghz, 1.45v. This is on air with Hyper 212+. Turbo is off, usual stuff off.* Old data, refer to update with LLC disabled. *I tested boot into 4.5 and 4.6Ghz. Crashed in Prime till voltage boosted to 1.48v. But one worker gave an error so I stopped and brought it back to 4.3Ghz for now. 4.4Ghz tested but error happened. Saw some reports of people running these over 1.5v to get higher. CPU is rated to 1.55v in the bios. But I'm gonna let this settle at 4.3Ghz for now. Not quite confident in my cooling setup to push 1.5v and higher speeds just yet. But it appears easily doable. Was able to run a full Cinebench 11.5 @ 4.5Ghz without problem unlike Prime where it crashed.* Old data, refer to update with LLC disabled. Benches, all I managed to do atm is Cinebench. Sorry, just got the thing. Haven't had a ton of time. CPU: Phenom II 945 @ 3.6Ghz: 4.27 FX 3.5Ghz: 6.00 FX 4.0Ghz: 6.84 FX 4.3Ghz: 7.27 FX 4.5Ghz 7.51 GL with 2x GTX 460 SLI: Phenom II 945 @ 3.6Ghz: 41.14 FX 3.5Ghz: 47.19 FX 4.0Ghz: 50.31 FX 4.3Ghz: 54.30 FX 4.5Ghz: 56.03 If anyone has any ideas I could try to hit higher, I'm open to suggestion. The temps do appear to jump faster as you hit the 4.5Ghz range. But I just wanted to provide this and confirm that I was able to get a 8320 into 8350 speeds. *Edit* Those interested, check rest. Up to 4.5Ghz. Turned LLC off and it stabilized.