AMD FX-9590 Black Edition Octa Core CPU Socket (AM3+, 4.7GHz, 16MB, 220W, FD9590FHHKWOF, Turbo Core 3.0 Technology) WAS £729 NOW £240 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The new 5 GHz FX-9590 features the "Piledriver" architecture, is unlocked for easy overclocking and pave the way for enthusiasts to enjoy higher CPU speeds and related performance gains. Additionally, these processors feature AMD Turbo Core 3.0 technology to dynamically optimize performance across CPU cores and enable maximum computing for the most intensive workloads. Still unlocked for your overclocking pleasure, and still the only 8-core desktop processor around. Unmatched multitasking and pure core performance with a new architecture. AMD FX Processors unlock maximum, unrestrained processing performance for extreme responsiveness you can see and feel. Experience unmatched multitasking and pure core performance with the industry's first 32nm 8-core desktop processor. Get the speed you crave with AMD Turbo CORE Technology to push your core frequencies to the limit when you need it most. Go beyond the limits of maximum speed. But the best part of all? You'll get all this impressive performance at an unbelievable price. You'll be asking yourself "what competition?" in no time.
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AMD FX 9590 47GHZ 16MB 220W PIB SKT AM3 L2L3 16MB 220W PIB FD9590FHHKWOF Components Processors CPU
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#1
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/
#2
Honestly not worth it better off getting a 8350 and a really nice water cooler and overclock it to this speed or the 9370. You have to buy a cooler for this one anyway.

They are also updating this model now will come with a cooler.

http://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/matthew-wilson/amd-to-re-launch-fx-9590-with-liquid-cooler/
1 Like #3
naodai_mmx
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/

That's a myth Intel chips get hotter then Amd ones I have no idea where this come from always hear Amd hotter its not true. Amd cap at 70c. Intel chips are known to go well over 80c.
#4
keepitonthelow
naodai_mmx
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/

That's a myth Intel chips get hotter then Amd ones I have no idea where this come from always hear Amd hotter its not true. Amd cap at 70c. Intel chips are known to go well over 80c.

220w tdp. You gotta read some reviews on it. Do you have any data to back your claim on temps? 80c is not more than 70c if the coolers are different and ambient temp has to be taken in to account too. Sure you will get better temp on this chip using a beefy nh-d14 than the stock fan for the 4770k. But that is irrelevant. Look at the thermal power, how are you going to direct that much heat away from your case.

Com'on let's face the truth, unless your data convince me otherwise. The price dropped massively during the first a few weeks of launch for a reason.

Edited By: naodai_mmx on Jun 25, 2014 20:54
#5
I don't know what this is for. Cold.
#6
COLD! £217.31 @ eBuyer :{
#7
You have to be pretty dumb to believe the 'You Save:' price that they give
1 Like #8
Nah. Could get a Devil's Canyon i7 for this price that will thrash it in every way.
#9
Couple this with a r9 290 and a nice fireplace surround and you can keep the kiddies warm all through Christmas oO
I'll stick with my 1090t until Amd shift to am4 or something.
#10
Was £729... oO What!? LOL

Here is review with some benchmarks comparing to i7:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1852053/amd-9590-intel-4770k.html
(i7 is better for the price)
#11
naodai_mmx
keepitonthelow
naodai_mmx
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/

That's a myth Intel chips get hotter then Amd ones I have no idea where this come from always hear Amd hotter its not true. Amd cap at 70c. Intel chips are known to go well over 80c.

220w tdp. You gotta read some reviews on it. Do you have any data to back your claim on temps? 80c is not more than 70c if the coolers are different and ambient temp has to be taken in to account too. Sure you will get better temp on this chip using a beefy nh-d14 than the stock fan for the 4770k. But that is irrelevant. Look at the thermal power, how are you going to direct that much heat away from your case.

Com'on let's face the truth, unless your data convince me otherwise. The price dropped massively during the first a few weeks of launch for a reason.

This is true, amd caps temps at 60-70 degrees depending on the chip, intel caps it at 95 degrees

Stock cooling amd isn't as hot as intel on full load
#12
dom99
naodai_mmx
keepitonthelow
naodai_mmx
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/

That's a myth Intel chips get hotter then Amd ones I have no idea where this come from always hear Amd hotter its not true. Amd cap at 70c. Intel chips are known to go well over 80c.

220w tdp. You gotta read some reviews on it. Do you have any data to back your claim on temps? 80c is not more than 70c if the coolers are different and ambient temp has to be taken in to account too. Sure you will get better temp on this chip using a beefy nh-d14 than the stock fan for the 4770k. But that is irrelevant. Look at the thermal power, how are you going to direct that much heat away from your case.

Com'on let's face the truth, unless your data convince me otherwise. The price dropped massively during the first a few weeks of launch for a reason.

This is true, amd caps temps at 60-70 degrees depending on the chip, intel caps it at 95 degrees

Stock cooling amd isn't as hot as intel on full load

You can find the answer fairly easily when you look at AMD chip power consumption in reviews. If they consume more power than comparable Intel chips (which they do), then they produce more heat.

If you bought an intel 4770 or whatever and then put that intel stock cooler on this AMD 9590 chip, this AMD chip would explode. With like for like cooling, the 9590 will run much hotter than 4770 because it consumes much more power (literally almost twice as much, see here: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/amd-fx-9590-9370_7.html#sect0 )
#13
dom99
naodai_mmx
keepitonthelow
naodai_mmx
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/

That's a myth Intel chips get hotter then Amd ones I have no idea where this come from always hear Amd hotter its not true. Amd cap at 70c. Intel chips are known to go well over 80c.

220w tdp. You gotta read some reviews on it. Do you have any data to back your claim on temps? 80c is not more than 70c if the coolers are different and ambient temp has to be taken in to account too. Sure you will get better temp on this chip using a beefy nh-d14 than the stock fan for the 4770k. But that is irrelevant. Look at the thermal power, how are you going to direct that much heat away from your case.

Com'on let's face the truth, unless your data convince me otherwise. The price dropped massively during the first a few weeks of launch for a reason.

This is true, amd caps temps at 60-70 degrees depending on the chip, intel caps it at 95 degrees

Stock cooling amd isn't as hot as intel on full load

Would you mind telling me how you cool the 220w beast and cap the temp? What kind of cooling are you talking about? Or do you mean down clock the chip to cool it? I need some physics lesson on this but not marketing carp or something you assume. Thanks. Mind you that the 4770 has <100w if you don't overclock it.
#14
you will a heavy duty cpu cooler or a 24cm quad (2x push pull) fan rad to cool this puppy.
#15
As much as I like AMD, Intel has the CPU market.
I hope AMD can compete properly with them one day soon. We need lower prices and more importantly innovation.
We've been on 4 cores/8 threads for so long (excluding over priced xeon/2011). Just look at Devils Canyon, it's neither a tick nor a tock.

At this rate my Sandy Bridge 2600k is gonna last a long while yet. Skylake and beyond.
#16
keepitonthelow
naodai_mmx
It definitely produce a lot of heat :/

That's a myth Intel chips get hotter then Amd ones I have no idea where this come from always hear Amd hotter its not true. Amd cap at 70c. Intel chips are known to go well over 80c.
Prove what your saying by links or pictures if you want to be taken seriously. How hot a chip gets will depend on how many watts it consumes regardsless of architechture. ftr Intel will throttle at 100c so as not to damage themselves but most wont have the balls to run it that high including me for fear of electromigration.
#17
I needed a new central heating system. :)
#18
I actually own one of those fx9590, and if you turn the core voltages a little down is not so hot.

http://i.imgur.com/7TYKIXq.png

http://i.imgur.com/1SlTwRV.png

Actually it is being cooled by a Corsair H60 with only one pull fan, so no need for overkill coolers...

BTW: That price has been lowered from that 729 quid since long time ago

Hope this helps anybody

Cheers
#19
Oh the irony a chip this hot is cold

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