Would my build have any heating issues?

dakota breeden

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Hi, I was wondering if my build would have any heating issues? Also should I change anything? Like the CPU's, 8320 to 6300? I heard that the more cores the better, because games will require more cores in the future. Thanks http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2m1gG I already have the HDD's, GPU, and PSU. So just tell me if I should swap anything else out for some more performance :).
 

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You should change the RAM to get this G.SKILL Sniper Series 8GB with promo code EMCWVWN54 for $68. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231460&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL121713&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL121713-_-EMC-121713-Latest-_-DesktopMemory-_-20231460-L0G when you buy the RAM you should buy the RAM in the Kits, like 2X4GB, 2X8GB because the manufacturer test the RAM make sure they work together. If you buy the two single sticks then they may or may not work together.
For the cpu if you have the budget then get the FX8320.
 

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lol, do you think I would have heat problems playing games??? And I am not buying this really any time soon, I am getting my price point then working and buying it. Also, I already own the HDD's, PSU, and GPU, so just ignore those, I entered them so you would know everything. Is there a see-able difference between the 6300, and the 8320? Is what I said about 8 cores better for the future true? Thanks for the help guys!

Edit: How about the 8120, or the 8150? OR the 6350? it has the same 1x8MB of L3 cache as the 8120.
 

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But, I added the exact same ram, so they should work together, right?
 

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The 8320 costs $30 more, is it $30 faster? I saw about the same performance out of the 2, I was just wondering if the 8 core would be better for future games?
 

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