At the bottom of this thread I found some great info on what C6 is
Most OC guides for the FX assume an expensive MB and cooling solution.
The biggest FX weakness is single core performance, multicore apps it is kick ass.
Hope my experience with the 8320E and the very cheap Asrock 970M Pro3 can help if you wish to OC but have a cheap MB with 4+1 pwr
So how does cheap MB and stock cooler fit in?
Basically if you just find a stable base clock, then turn on turbo,apm and C6 you will gat a good size jump in single core performance but a small increase in multicore performance.
You also may have to back off HT and mem settings, Later I intend to take the chipset voltages off auto and see if I can push it more. Right now my 8320e turbos to 4.45.
First image is stock, second the amber is several runs with the base clk at 223. Most runs are 95 to 98 fps with one dropping to 91fps. Still a big jump from 75 fps
The cinebench rendering score did not go up much but here are the open GL scores:
My temps during gameing hover between 49 to 51 degrees with a Gamex 400, a cheap cooler.
With a stock cooler you may have to back off some but if your strapped for cash and you want to still overclock and everyone tells you your board will burn this makes an attractive option.
This method gives only a small increase in multi-core but a good size jump in single core
2 images deleted showing cpu-z single core bench jump 996 to 1278
Single core Turbo’s nicely to 4.45. Reviews with the 8320e on a top tier 99fx board and watercooling usually result in a top OC of 4.7
Highest temp I observed was 50C and in some games the NB actually gets hotter then the CPU.
Even with a stock cpu cooler you should be able to get a good increase in FPS while staying under 60C as long as you keep an eye on temps.
Hope this helps:)