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Rumored price (taken from pulled articles) is at $800 for the higher end chip....

The article from PCGH still exists Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Edited by fetzher - 6/11/13 at 9:56am
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I know this proves nothing, but I just wanted to know how much performance it could have compared to others (black hole bench). I used an average score of an FX8350 @ 5Ghz. It's sad I don't have any scores from an i7 4770k or 3930k at stock...


http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/5937/amdfx9000.jpg

These are only predictions, the 5Ghz on the FX9590 is also the max turbo speed. So it could be whole different.
The FX8350 @ 5ghz is not able to beat the i7 3770k on singlethreaded performance, but only a small margin off.
It's a big improvement, but is it worth the price (not known yet) and the power consumption (probably pretty high)

OP, the 220 TDP is not officially been mentioned.
Edited by SmileMan - 6/11/13 at 9:57am
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Don't tell me this was the big reveal...
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Hoping for $250 or less price on this and some overclocking room. Even if I can just get one of these running 5 GHz on all cores, I would be happy. My custom water loop is waiting for a CPU to push it. Plus I need a system rebuild soon... feeling the urge to change things up a bit.

Anyone on OCN who complains about wattage use should just go back to your mini ITX part of the forums and keep it there. This site was built for people who like to push the limits of their systems, not frugal power consumption geeks. You don't overclock by reducing power consumption! I understand you like to have a lower power footprint but this CPU is not for you, deal with it.

You guys are so redundant it hurts.
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The "5ghz" one will cost quite much. The lesser one should be at i7 territory though. All in all I still think it is a marketing exercise first and foremost. Create buzz, stick an AMD name near the top on stock benchmarks and all that jazz. It probably also serves as a "tracer bullet" -finding out whether AMD products can fetch a premium or not.

The only area of interest to me is whether Richland o/c potential has transfered to those chips or not.
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If this can do 5ghz on air, I welcome it.
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If this can do 5ghz on air, I welcome it.

I, for one, welcome our new overheated overlord. biggrin.gif
    
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I know this proves nothing, but I just wanted to know how much performance it could have compared to others (black hole bench). I used an average score of an FX8350 @ 5Ghz. It's sad I don't have any scores from an i7 4770k or 3930k at stock...


http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/5937/amdfx9000.jpg

These are only predictions, the 5Ghz on the FX9590 is also the max turbo speed. So it could be whole different.
The FX8350 @ 5ghz is not able to beat the i7 3770k on singlethreaded performance, but only a small margin off.
It's a big improvement, but is it worth the price (not known yet) and the power consumption (probably pretty high)

OP, the 220 TDP is not officially been mentioned.

Sent you a PM. Link me to what version you want me to run
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Please compete with Intel CPUs (Coming from an Intel user).
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