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    Default Experience with AMD FX 9590

    What's Up Y'all!!?

    AMD sent me an FX 9590 recently with the newly bundled Cooler Master Seidon 120m. Being part of AMD's Red Team+, AMD sends me certain products to test and give my opinions, experience on.
    Just finished installing the hardware and started running tests and games.
    Idle it runs approximately 35c
    During BF4 its reaching towards 55c

    The installation of the Closed loop cooler was a little trickier than I anticipated but overall when I compare this new cooler to the previous FX Closed loop cooler that AMD had packaged with previous FX chips, this new one is by far quieter and the temps are lower.

    I'd love to hear your experience with this product and let me know if you have any questions.

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    this is a "saga" of my experience with the 9590

    in short i have it running on a NZXT X60, with a 4 fan push pull config, and the fans are set to all out 100% if the liquid gets to 38 Celsius
    it is set to a 24/7, 5 gig setting
    it almost ALWAYS runs upwards of 56 Celsius during any operations of the smallest strain, and hotter is not uncommon

    for you to have just two fans, and a small rad i am wondering how your doing it with your settings at the clocks, volts, all the details you have shown

    this is my second 9590


    i am thoroughly convinced the 9590 is a mistake, and should never be bought
    in my not so humble opinion the FX-8530 is literally the only current option an AMD system builder has for choice of building a desktop at the moment
    of course you can start looking at the APU stuff,
    but as far as i am concerned
    they do not have anything worth my time as of yet.
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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    well I just finished the build so I'm hoping to do a lot more testing and get more readings on temps soon. So far with this little RAD and two fans the temps seem to be holding up while gaming.

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Good to see you bro. Glad you stopped in with the new toys.

    I don't 't have that particular CPU yet. AMD doesn't love me anymore. JK

    I am very interested in a wide spectrum of performance test to see if there were any changes in the manufacturing that would yield a betterment of this CPU or is the same exact chip previously released. Mainly the core temp and relative socket temps as a result of the voltages.

    Currently I am rocking the FX8350 in my newly built gaming rig. I would upgrade to the FX9590 if there is anything to gain. Since I am running a custom cooling loop I doubt I will have higher core temps.

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Howdy Sandy!

    Long time no chat. I'll try and test as much as I can and get as much experience as possible As I live stream weekly everyone is welcome to come ask questions and get quick live answers. Sadly I get distracted and forget to come to the forums to reply. I'm working on that!

    Love your new build! absolutely beautiful. I've been wanting / thinking of slowly moving myself into building my first custom loop but $ would be the deciding factor :P

    I'll be posting my Graphics card experience in that forum area soon too as I've been given a few AMD cards to test.

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Quote Originally Posted by IamApropos View Post
    Howdy Sandy!

    Long time no chat. I'll try and test as much as I can and get as much experience as possible As I live stream weekly everyone is welcome to come ask questions and get quick live answers. Sadly I get distracted and forget to come to the forums to reply. I'm working on that!

    Love your new build! absolutely beautiful. I've been wanting / thinking of slowly moving myself into building my first custom loop but $ would be the deciding factor :P

    I'll be posting my Graphics card experience in that forum area soon too as I've been given a few AMD cards to test.
    Yeah life got us both too busy to chat anymore. lol We have to get together to chat and come up with something we can work on together.

    Thanks bro. Love building rigs and it was time for me to refresh mine a bit. Ill be more than happy to help you figure out what you need and best way to get loop up and running.

    Ok bro. Im going to rob. Awesome stuff with the GPUs. Good to see things working out.
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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Quote Originally Posted by IamApropos View Post
    well I just finished the build so I'm hoping to do a lot more testing and get more readings on temps soon. So far with this little RAD and two fans the temps seem to be holding up while gaming.
    Ok.....but what happens when you do anything that actually puts some load on the CPU? Maybe convert an HD video for tablet/phone use with a multi-threaded application?

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Ok.....but what happens when you do anything that actually puts some load on the CPU? Maybe convert an HD video for tablet/phone use with a multi-threaded application?
    He said he was going to do some more testing and get some more readings. lol Patient you must be Padawan!
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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    I wish AMD would have sprung to package that chip with a at least a seidon 240m rather than the 120. Glacer would have been even better.
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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Either way the Seidon 120XL is still better than the Asetek crap cooler it came boxed with before... still not worth any sort of extra hype and getting the community all psyched over what is ultimately nothing. This chip never did make sense to me, especially since I have had my personal 8350 clocked to 9590 speeds with little to no effort required at all. I haven't given up on AMD just yet though, their graphics division is still very strong, they're all about open source coding, and they are working on the AM3+ replacement architecture with a yet-to-be-determined announcement date (that last bit is a little speculation on my part). What would have impressed me more with this chip would have been a 140W TDP with better efficiency. I mean hell they've been on this process node for how long now? Just another reason why modular core architecture is balls :-/

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    I like the fact that I don't void my warranty trying to overclock an 8350 and I can have a chip max overclocked to 4.7 out of the box. Sure some people have been able to "easily" get an 8350 to the same level but by no means does that mean everyone will be able to do so and not everyone is willing to risk voiding the warranty to try. I for one couldn't get my 8350 past 4.5 without freezing and BSOD and even above 4.2 it was extremely hot.

    Though I'd actually like to hear peoples personal experience with the product instead thanks though.

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Ok.....but what happens when you do anything that actually puts some load on the CPU? Maybe convert an HD video for tablet/phone use with a multi-threaded application?
    I'll actually be rendering a video today for Youtube so I'll find out. Thanks for asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamApropos View Post
    I'll actually be rendering a video today for Youtube so I'll find out. Thanks for asking.
    Cool. Looking forward. The whole CPU temps during gaming is just a bit like saying your GPU runs cool during a Prime95. Actually.....in some games it's almost exactly like saying that.

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    Default Re: Experience with AMD FX 9590

    I do agree with you there though I haven't found that to be the case in BF4 since it actually uses all 4 cores and does put quite a lot of stress on the CPU especially when I'm streaming on twitch.

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    Thanks for posting this. While the Seidon series of coolers from CM haven't been my favorite of coolers from there line up, I am Interested in seeing some temps results once the CPU is pushed. You should run Prime95 for 30 mins and see what results you are getting. This will push the chip to its limits and see if the cooler actually holds up. I know that most applications won't really push the chip this hard in most cases but it will be interesting to see.

    I tested the FX8350 during its initial launch and it was impressive at first, but not as impressive as some of the chips available at the time when comparing to what Intel had to offer. However, I have been a AMD fan for long time and would really like to see them pick up some movement in this sector. If they were able to get something like the 9590 and manage to lower the TDP watts then this would be steller offering. But at 225watts TDP, this puts a lot of strain on your CPU socket and also limits your motherboard selections.

    Can't wait to see what other testing you will be doing.

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    I'm looking forward to seeing how this cooler handles some heat too. Was planning on running Prime95, OCCT and doing some rendering runs for Youtube videos.

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