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Woah woah woah, am I seeing things or is this price lower than what everyone expected? Someone direct me to the right path if I am off base with this.



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Woah woah woah, am I seeing things or is this price lower than what everyone expected? Someone direct me to the right path if I am off base with this.

That's the 9370, the 9590 is $829. AMD is basically charging $500 for 300 MHZ extra ( 4.7 stock 5.0 Turbo )
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8324286&CatId=1946
Edited by 2010rig - 7/8/13 at 9:37am
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That's the 9370, the 9590 is $829
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8324286&CatId=1946

Lol as I was writing this, 2010rig, I was like woah +$500 for 300mhz? For enthusiasts like us I could see the 9xxx series being possibly competitive if it wasn't for the outrageous price.
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... Anyone who knows better isn't going to buy one.

When AMD was the performance leader, Intel sold a factory-overclocked Pentium III at 1 GHz and then a Pentium 4 at 2 GHz just so they could get some free publicity for having the first production CPU to make it to those clock speeds. Only idiots bought them at their introductory prices, and you could barely buy them anyway because Intel couldn't cherry-pick enough cores that could run at those speeds, but hey, they got their publicity...

Yeah, this is as old as the hills. Other memorable examples were the notorious PIII Coppermine 1.13 or the P4 Gallatin "Emergency Edition".

My all-time favorite is the $2000 at release (two thou 1997 bucks) Pentium II 300. Still keep a couple (gotten free years later) in a drawer to always remind me of how extremely smart taking the flagship bait is biggrin.gif .
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That's the 9370, the 9590 is $829. AMD is basically charging $500 for 300 MHZ extra ( 4.7 stock 5.0 Turbo )
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8324286&CatId=1946
There's no difference between the two other than at all? If so, then maybe the 9370s are the chips that failed to make it as 9590s. If that's true then maybe the 9370s won't be able to hit 5GHz with reasonable voltage if at all, and maybe that's why AMD is charging that extra $500 for the 9590s.
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There's no difference between the two other than at all? If so, then maybe the 9370s are the chips that failed to make it as 9590s. If that's true then maybe the 9370s won't be able to hit 5GHz with reasonable voltage if at all, and maybe that's why AMD is charging that extra $500 for the 9590s.

Hm, I like your theory. But then again, if they are recommending water cooling for these chips, I find it hard to believe that the 'stock' 4.7ghz 9370 couldn't somehow get stable to 5.0?
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Hm, I like your theory. But then again, if they are recommending water cooling for these chips, I find it hard to believe that the 'stock' 4.7ghz 9370 couldn't somehow get stable to 5.0?

Even the 8320s can do 5Ghz on water...

More of a marketing stunt than anything
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I figured it's a marketing stunt. Not very well thought out, though. The 9370 can possibly be interesting at that price point, still too early to tell for me. The 9590 is still absurdly priced IMO.
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You don't need a 9370 unless you want to break world records.

You can just pick up a 8320 and overclock it to 5Ghz, and that would be more than enough to last you a while.

But I'll wait for the reviews before making a final judgement (on how well it overclocks) thumb.gif
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You don't need a 9370 unless you want to break world records.

You can just pick up a 8320 and overclock it to 5Ghz, and that would be more than enough to last you a while.

But I'll wait for the reviews before making a final judgement (on how well it overclocks) thumb.gif

Lol same. And I have been thinking about picking up the 8320/8350 until a more worthy AM3+ cpu comes to town (don't really want to abandon my mobo chipset quite yet).

So yeah I will definitely be keeping an eye on what the shakedown is with these bad boys.
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