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    so i am beating a dead horse here, you been warned.

    the new am4 socket mentioned here
    AMD's AM4 Motherboards Rumored To Launch As Early As March 2016 - Configured First For Bristol Ridge APUs , Full DDR4 Memory Support

    will this eliminate any possibility of us seeing motherboards capable of handling the 9590?
    there is not much to pick from on the market, and those slim pickins dont get my skillet hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    so i am beating a dead horse here, you been warned.

    the new am4 socket mentioned here
    AMD's AM4 Motherboards Rumored To Launch As Early As March 2016 - Configured First For Bristol Ridge APUs , Full DDR4 Memory Support

    will this eliminate any possibility of us seeing motherboards capable of handling the 9590?
    there is not much to pick from on the market, and those slim pickins dont get my skillet hot
    Yeah pretty much. You basically have 3, maybe 4 boards that could legitimately handle the 9590. The Asus Crosshair V Formula Z is by far the best contender on strictly a voltage level. Digi+ II is great, but the board is so freakin buggy I can't believe it. I still get blue screens and lock ups to this day with every trick in the book thrown at it. The second best be is the Asrock 990FX Extreme9. It lacks some features, but it is a worthy board and runs stable. It would probably be my first pick. The Gigabyte UD3's later revisions should be fine as well. I haven't personally used it, but a friend of mine owned one that's worked pretty good for his household. Finally, I'm pretty sure the Asus 990FX Sabertooth R2.0 would be good, but some people complained that it wasn't as good of an overclocker, and could cause issues. I doubt it, but it's my maybe 4 pick since I haven't personally gotten to use it either.

    The new Zen cores are going to be on the FinFET process so the AM4 socket will not only need to be completely overhauled for that, but it will also be designed for future proofing a bit as well. There will be little chance of seeing anything new for the AM3+ anymore.

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    Quick update here. Do NOT grab and MSI 990FXA Gaming for the 9590. It says they support it on the site, but there's a huge catch. Apparently, in the chinese manual, they require the VRMs to be liquid cooled. I was able to control the heat, barely, by placing an old intel heatsink fan right on the board heatsink, but that's not practical for long term use. I called MSI to get this info, and while I'm not entirely sure it wasn't just some bad VRMs, MSI wasn't nearly as helpful as they should be.

    Now, quick update on the Crosshair. I may have FINALLY found the solution to my problems. I've been trying to run a RAID 0 with two SSDs because I like the performance. However, the Crosshair can't do a RAID 0 worth crap. I never guessed this to be the problem because with previous boards, my RAID would run fine. What I did find out though, is Raid 0 kind of sucks for SSDs. I actually got better load times by having a dedicated game SSD with my other SSD for the OS, than I ever got with any board using the Raid 0. Raid 0 just isn't optimized on the windows side of things it seems. If you use AHCI, make sure the HPET feature is disabled, and make sure ECC is disabled for the memory, The Crosshair V feels almost flawless. I've only had this working for about a week now, but so far I've had 0 lockups, bsods, or problems. Also my games are running smoother than ever. With a 4.7 OC on my 8350 and no direct airflow on the VRM heatsink, I still never see the temps go above 70c with a stress test, and never above 60 for gaming or normal use.

    I'm replacing my MSI board with an Asus M5A99FX in my bench system. Once I get it I can give you an update on how that runs as well if you want it. =D

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    dude i seriously appreciate your time and effort to wright this all out
    i find your input extremely valuable, and well written


    i am confused by one thing though
    over here --> https://www.asus.com/us/ROG-Republic...pecifications/
    it says the CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z only Supports CPU up to 140 W

    i am thinkin if i do 5 gigs on the 9590 it is going to be a hot 220 watts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    dude i seriously appreciate your time and effort to wright this all out
    i find your input extremely valuable, and well written


    i am confused by one thing though
    over here --> https://www.asus.com/us/ROG-Republic...pecifications/
    it says the CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z only Supports CPU up to 140 W

    i am thinkin if i do 5 gigs on the 9590 it is going to be a hot 220 watts?
    Not at all. The reason I say it is I'm running a nice comfortable 4.7 with around a 1.5 vcore. There's a couple of things though: First, Digi + II and the quality of Asus VRMs will give you a lower Vcore than other boards while remaining stable. I was pushing 4.8 with around a 1.55 vcore while finding the sweet spot with my H110i GTX. The VRMs were fine, but it was at that point my CPU core was getting too hot for that cooler and I dropped back to 4.7, where my core stays below 55 and averages around mid 40s on typical loads.

    Also, the support was made back when there was only the 140 watt CPUs. If you check the CPU compatibility list here, you'll see the 9590 is supported after all. I did call in to Asus on that special thermal remark, and that specifically means having a proper cooler for the CPU alone, not the VRMs. AMD pre packages these things with 120mm AIOs, so I think if you have a decent 240mm or above clc, or a custom loop, you'll be golden. Just make sure your case has reasonable airflow as well, but you shouldn't need the best of the best or anything like that.

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    Josh, If you are still looking for a new motherboard with the 990FX chipset, take a look at Gigabyte, I think they just announced they are releasing a new G1 Series board that has 8+2 power phase and from the picture I saw on the net, it looks to be a sexy motherboard and is geared toward the 9590 chip. So it may be something you want to keep an eye out for.

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    WHHHHHAAAATTTTTTTTTTTT!?!?!??!?!?!???!?!?!?!?

    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket AM3+ - GA-990FX-Gaming (rev. 1.0)

    I'm speechless....I just know I wish I had this board!

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    From the initial information I got, and the specs of the motherboard, it seems to be a solid choice over what is currently out. I wish I still had my 9590 so I can ask gigabyte for a review sample. If you are interested in doing a motherboard review for Gigabyte, I can ask my contact to see if they are willing to send one over. But you will have to be sure to push the review out in a timely manner.

    Let me know, shoot me a email.

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    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket AM3+ - GA-990FX-Gaming (rev. 1.0)

    **furiously throwing money at screen**


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    I just sent an email to Gigabyte to see if we can get a sample for review. So let's see what they say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    I just sent an email to Gigabyte to see if we can get a sample for review. So let's see what they say.
    Will keep you guys posted.

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    id have 2 say thats a good reputation to build a flagship on!
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    I won the Mainboard and CPU/Cooler combination in an AMD promotion. So I never had any doubts about all of it working together.
    I did replace the CoolerMaster fans with Cougar Vortex PWM fans before I ever started it up.

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    i look at that pic & look to my right,,almost exactly what my NZXT build looks like

    1 slot aio coller 2 fans, & 1 replica fan above the ram
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