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Newegg has the FX 9590 for $129 if anyone is interested .
It's worth $50.
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what is your 8320es stock voltage?

in a way i'm extremely lucky, only that it's bad luck rather than the good kind. everyone claims they can get such good clocks, while i can't even get past turbo >: (

I am nearly certain your issue is not the silcon. It is more likely a bios or software issue. If you would be so kind to get us pictures of each page of your current bios settings so we can see exactly what you have going on we might be able to spot something holding you back.

As for stock voltage...thats tricky. I cant remember of the top of my head but i belive the chip runs at 3.2 stock but boosts to 3.7 on all 8 cores when you are running the variable speed settings (c1e, core6, i cant remember which one does that) iirc at 3.7 the voltage is somewhere around 1.365 with a single/duel core boost to 4.0ghz at like 1.425 maybe. Been awhile since i messed with stock settings.
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It's worth $50.

Please, don't make such stupid statements. There are a lot of members here with 9590's that got them running 4.9/5.0GHz 24/7.
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lmao it's a 5 year old processor, since when were they ever more than $50 after 5 years? even top of the line xeons drop to those prices.
only recently has intel/AMD released rebrands with price hikes.

these are the volts that still can't get 4.1ghz, if you see my post in my sig you can see read changes i've tried and still had a failed IBT (stock ram speed, extreme LLC etc)
yes i have HPET enabled, none of the other settings in the bios have to do with the cpu, just USB, or drive settings etc..






Edited by ocyt - 4/15/17 at 8:57am
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One thing i would try based on what I see is on the last picture, try enabling HPC mode. HPC mode stands for High Performance Computing iirc, and it has been known to help stabilize peoples OCs in some cases. I have personal experience using it on one of my builds and it helped a lot. Other people have said it hinders in there experience so ymmv, but its worth a shot. As long as your thermals are fine and you are not thermal throttling the VRMs with head room to spare it may help. The issues most have with it is it generates more heat which at some point is counterproductive.

Good luck! thumb.gif
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It's worth $50.

Please, don't make such stupid statements. There are a lot of members here with 9590's that got them running 4.9/5.0GHz 24/7.

. If the late batch FX's are like the late batch phenom/thubans they could be the best examples of the series by a good margin. I think my 9590 is a mid 2015 batch - it only clocks as well as you can power/cool it.

I'd probably roll the dice again if I was sure to get a late 16 batch just for giggles.
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. If the late batch FX's are like the late batch phenom/thubans they could be the best examples of the series by a good margin. I think my 9590 is a mid 2015 batch - it only clocks as well as you can power/cool it.

I'd probably roll the dice again if I was sure to get a late 16 batch just for giggles.
The 9590 is just not a part that makes a lot of sense for most people anymore. The 8320e/8370e would be my 1st choice for the vast majority of people out there upgrading an old FX4xxx/6xxx series CPU.

The lower TDP of those chips ensures you cam drop them into almost any low grade motherboard/psu combo and be ok. With higher tier stuff it has been proven time and again they can OC well and once done get same performance per clock as their higher end brethren ftmp.
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. If the late batch FX's are like the late batch phenom/thubans they could be the best examples of the series by a good margin. I think my 9590 is a mid 2015 batch - it only clocks as well as you can power/cool it.

I'd probably roll the dice again if I was sure to get a late 16 batch just for giggles.
The 9590 is just not a part that makes a lot of sense for most people anymore. The 8320e/8370e would be my 1st choice for the vast majority of people out there upgrading an old FX4xxx/6xxx series CPU.

The lower TDP of those chips ensures you cam drop them into almost any low grade motherboard/psu combo and be ok. With higher tier stuff it has been proven time and again they can OC well and once done get same performance per clock as their higher end brethren ftmp.

9xxx's were never very practical in my opinion but in my experience they do have an edge in absolute stability at high clocks over most of the 8xxx's with the possible exception of the 8370e.
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i could've bought the 8370e for $50 less than what i paid for my dud of a 8320e, but i only noticed it on the last night of the sale and didn't have the funds on a card to place the order online even though i had the cash to buy it in store... lucky i am, but it's not the good kind of luck.
woe is me. frown.gif

also HPC= ibt failure as well.
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I will be home in a few hours. If you want me to walk you through my troubleshooting method i am more than happy to. Shoot me a PM and ill get you into my discord channel and give you the details. I wont promise results, but i will promise a lot of useful experience and data that will help you tune this OC and any future ones you do.
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