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UserBenchmark: AMD FX-9590 FD9590FHHKWOF
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|FX-9590AMD £258Bench 52%, 19,337 samples||2,099x|
|EDIT WITH CUSTOM PC BUILDER||Value: 43% - Average||Total price: £740|
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AMD FX-9590 4.7 GHz Socket AM3+ FD9590FHHKWOX Desktop Processor - Black Edition - Newegg.com
This CPU is only compatible with the selected 990FX motherboards.
ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z, GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD7 and ASRock 990FX Extreme9.
Please check motherboard manufacturers for CPU compatibility.
*AMD’s product warranty does not cover damage caused by overclocking (even when overclocking is enabled via AMD OverDrive software).
- AMD Turbo CORE Technology The AMD FX Processors come equipped with AMD Turbo CORE Technology. AMD Turbo CORE Technology is a performance boosting technology that helps increase performance on the applications that need it the most.
- New Instruction Capabilities AVX (Advanced Vector Extensions) increase parallelism tailored for scientific and 3D applications that use heavy floating point calculations. FMA4 and XOP - Floating Point Vector Multiply - Accumulate improves throughput and performance on many vector functions (integer and floating point). AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) noticeably increases performance on the latest encryption applications like TrueCrypt and benchmarks like PCMark.
- AMD Balanced Smart Cache Shared L3 cache (up to 8MB), improved scheduling and pre-fetch capabilities, 64-ways (16-ways/sub-cache), increased data queue sizes, and coherency for eight-cores.
- HyperTransport Technology One 16-bit link at up to 5600MTps, up to 8.0GBps HyperTransport I/O bandwidth, up to 16GBps in HyperTransport Generation 3.0 mode, and up to 37GBps total delivered processor-to-system bandwidth (HyperTransport bus + memory bus). Benefit: Quick access times to system I/O for better performance.
- Integrated DRAM Controller with AMD Memory Optimizer Technology A high-bandwidth, low-latency integrated memory controller, supports up to DDR3-1866, supports new low voltage memories of 1.35V and 1.2V, up to 29.9GBps memory bandwidth for DDR3, new pre-fetcher improvements, and direct communications to each core in the dual-core module (APIC registers in each core). Benefit: Optimized memory controller to feed more cores.
- AMD Virtualization (AMD-V) Technology with IOMMU Silicon feature-set enhancements are designed to improve the performance, reliability, and security of existing and future virtualization environments by allowing virtualized applications with direct and rapid access to their allocated memory. IOMMU is an extension to AMD64 architecture to support address translation and access protection on DMA transfers. An array of security options delivers the maximum protection for user-level applications and virtual machine guest operating systems, including address translation and access control, device isolation, device assignment in virtualized systems, security and trusted boot support, and unified interrupt management.
|BrandAMDSeriesFX-SeriesNameFX-9590ModelFD9590FHHKWOX|CPU Socket TypeSocket AM3+Core NameVishera# of Cores8-CoreOperating Frequency4.7 GHzL2 Cache8MBManufacturing Tech42nm64-Bit SupportYesIntegrated Memory Controller SpeedDDR3Virtualization Technology SupportYesThermal Design Power220WCooling DeviceLiquid Cooling Kit
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AMD FX-9590 8-Core CPU Review Last Look Before RyzenPosted by Nathan Kirsch Thu, Jan 19, 2017 - 11:51 AM
AMD FX-9590 Eight-Core Processor
AMD’s flagship FX Series processor is the FX-9590 Eight-Core CPU that came out during the summer of 2013. This processor was a beast when it came out as it had 8-cores along with a 220W TDP rating, a 4.7 GHz base clock and a turbo clock of 5.0 GHz. The bad news is that they were extremely hard to get at the time due to only a handful of processors being able successfully hit those speeds not to mention only a handful of AMD 990FX boards supported a 220W TDP processor and you needed water cooling.
The original reviews on this processor are pushing four years old, so with AMD Ryzen series processors coming out this quarter we figured we’d go back and revisit the AMD FX-9590 processor. It has been years since AMD has had any major updates for their top end processor series as they are based on the Piledriver architecture that debuted in 2012. AMD’s Piledriver architecture uses modules that have two cores each, so four of these modules would give you a grand total of eight CPU cores.
|Model Number||Frequency||Total L2 Cache||L3 Cache||Cores||Thermal Design Power||Mfg Process||Price|
|FX 9590||4.7/5.0 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||220W||32nm SOI||$199.99|
|FX 9370||4.4/4.7 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||220W||32nm SOI||$179.99|
|FX 8370||4.0/4.3 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||125W||32nm SOI||$184.99|
|FX 8370E||3.3/4.3 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||95W||32nm SOI||$196.67|
|FX 8350||4.0/4.2 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||125W||32nm SOI||$149.99|
|FX 8320||3.5/4.0 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||125W||32nm SOI||$134.99|
|FX 8320E||3.2/4.0 GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||95W||32nm SOI||$129.99|
|FX 8300||3.3/4.2GHz||8MB||8MB||8C/8T||95W||32nm SOI||$104.95|
|FX 6300||3.9/4.2GHz||6MB||8MB||6C/6T||125W||32nm SOI||$80.99|
When the AMD FX-9590 first launched in OEM systems they were priced at $900 and then in 2014 when they were released to the retail market they were around $300. Here in 2017 you can pick one of these processors up for $199.99 shipped, a far cry from the $900 price tag OEM’s were getting back when they first came out in 2013. The number of AMD AM3+ motherboards has also greatly improved over the years as it has gone from just a few AMD 990FX motherboards offering 220W CPU support to almost all AMD 990FX and AMD 970 chipset based boards being able to work.
AMD board prices have also come way down as you can now purchase an ATX board like the ASRock 970A-G/3.1 for $68.99 shipped (after a $10 rebate) that fully supports the AMD FX-9590 CPU and has USB 3.1 Type-A and USB 3.1 Type-C ports as well as an M.2 PCIe Gen 2 x4 slot for an SSD. Having a 5.0 GHz 8-core processor along with a new motherboard that has USB 3.1 and M.2 drive support for under $270 does sound appealing.
Let’s take a look at how the AMD FX-9590 processor performs on our 2017 CPU benchmark test suite on Windows 10 Pro Anniversary Edition!