Eight Core Technology, Unlocked Multiplier, 4.70GHz Clock Speed, 8MB L2 Cache, 8MB L3 Cache, HyperTransport 3.0 Technology, 3 Year Warranty.
|Architecture||32 nm technology|
|Cache||8 MB L2
|Memory Controller||Dual channel DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600MHz|
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By Suhail Ahmad
Very good cpu. I upgraded from FX8350 which is great also and I overclocked FX8350 to 4.4GHZ (same clock speed as new FX9370), on air, all stable. This FX9590 is factory overclocked by AMD to 4.7GHz and stable (turbo oc to 5GHz). CPU draws 220W only when oc'd to 5GHz or more. Intel fan boys criticised this a lot because of heat output (220W TDP), claiming it would require a custom water cooling kit or a top of the range AIO liquid cooler (eg - Corsair H100i). Total rubbish. It does not overheat at all. Even with my Arctic Freezer A30 air cooler, the FX9590 idles at 36c and load at 59c. My main air cooler is Alpenfohn K2 mount doom. After 1 hour use, idle is 33c. Last night after 1 hour ME3, cpu was 49c. After 30 mins Crysis3, cpu was 56c. Yesterday during daytime (nice, hot weather) cpu was 39c idle. Performance Passmark for my FX9590 is 10845. It beats i7-3770K (£275) by 6%. The Haswell i7-4770K (£280) is only 3% better performance than i7-3770K. There is good chance the FX9590 can beat or at least equal i7-4770K (and is £40 cheaper). The FX9590 beats FX8150 by 31%. I noticed faster FPS in ME3 (20%) & Crysis3 (15.5%). In BIOS cpu voltage 1.452V, CPU/NB 1.4V, 8GB Kingston predator RAM 2400MHz @ 1.659v, SB 1.113v. All set to auto adjustment and all stable. My mobo is Asus Crosshair V Formula Z. Recommended mobo's for this cpu are Asus 990FX Formula Z, Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 Rev3 and Asrock 990FX Extreme 9. Make sure you have a beefy psu (at least 800W gold edition). Mine is Coolermaster 1250W Pro Power Gold. For £240 this cpu is a reasonable price (I would have preferred between £200-£220). I sold my FX8350 and regained 50% of outlay for my FX9590. I really wanted this cpu but I was not going to pay £650 for it when first released!. AMD needs to keep in the market by continuing to make good cpu's at competitive price. The i7-3770K is £275 and this FX9590 beats i7-3770K hands down. AMD needs to improve TDP and make high end FX cpu's more power efficient. The FX9590 is a good exercise in overclocking, but this is not the be all and end all. AMD need to focus on improved, more streamlined, efficient architecture. With Jim Keller on board (hot shot cpu designer), I think the Steamroller will be something special. Interested to see if it will beat the FX9590!.