Would getting a Amd fx-6300 processor bottleneck my 7950? I was deciding between the 6300 or the 8320. I know that the 8320 is faster in terms of more cores, but I'm not sure if i'm really going to benefit drastically from the jump of 6 cores to 8 cores.

If you can get an 8320, get it! Then OC it up to the speeds of an 8350.

The FX6300 will handle a 7950. But the 8320 will be better.

8320 is the better "future" looking CPU too

alrighty I'll get the 8320. but I'm not sure what kind of motherboard I should get? I willing to spend about like possibly almost 100 dollars for it. Something that is stable and has a decent amount of usb ports.

You really don't wanna skimp on the motherboard. Especially if you are overclocking. $100 is kind of a meh point. For a bit more ($130) the Asus M5A99FX R2 is great. It OCs well and has 8 USB 2.0 and 2 USB 3.0. Then there are USB 2.0 and 3.0 headers on the MOBO. 

yea here's the thing I don't have much to spend since, I've just blown 260 dollars off a graphics card :(.

+1 M5a99x

It's about $100.

Yes if you never wanne go CF or sli then the Asus M5A99X evo R2.0 is totaly fine. its basicly the same board as the PRO the only big diffrence is the amount of pci-e lanes availeble on the board. 20 pci-e lanes on the X evo vs 40 on the pro.

So if you wanne have the option for Crossfire then go with the Asus M5A99FX pro R2.0

Grtz Angel ☺

My [email protected]  almost handles 2x7950s but here is the thing my bottle neck is my MOBO cuase I went with an Asus m5a97 r2 mobo and it crossfires at pciex16 by pciex4. One 7950 is no problem but I feel a fx990 chip set would help alot, pciex16 by pciex16, and wish I had spent just a little (50$) more. So if you are sure you are not going multi GPU the 100$ FX970 board will be fine.