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This seems to be the most appropriate place for my comments on the FX 9590. Perhaps I am having a bit of buyers remorse over buying the Intel I7-6700k, Gigabyte Z170 Gaming 7 and 32GB of GSkill DDR4 2400 ram. Basically, I am starting to wonder if I would have been better off just getting an FX 9590 to upgrade from my crappy overclocking FX 8350 and install it in the Asrock 990FX Extreme 9 board I have already sold. Also, I am playing all my games at 4k resolutions which is part of why I am wondering if I made a mistake or not. (I am pleased with my new setup, just kind of having buyers remorse but not because of the money I spent, just the fun I think I may have missed.)

What do you FX 9590 owners think? I am using my FX 8350 in my MSI 970 Gaming board at work though so, I am not completely without AMD. biggrin.gif
My olde lady's is a MSI 890fx gd -70 with one of the 1st 8350s. That is a 10+2 Vr board. When The AIO died I used a Noctua C14 on it. Don't to put the memory cooler fans on it. Helps to keep the Vrs cooled and I don't have to check for leaks. It is good for 4.3 Ghz daily use and most important,, she is happy with it.

You can always choose 1 core per module and it can run at 5.2 Ghz with a Extreme9. Works pretty good for gaming even if you are crossfiring. I noticed a increase in the Passmark scores at 4 module, 4core at 5.2 for the video section even though the overall score went down. No it is not the same as running a 4350 at 5.2 Mhz. Really all you have to do is set the multiplier between 26.5 or 25.5 and try it and leave the of the stuff off and Vcore at 5.125. I have found the 9590 to finicky about OC and it some times hangs when you quit gaming before you can shut down. It does all right with turbo off and 22.5 & 215 buss speed. I run the VID to 1.475. It is happy with that as long as I remember to shut down when done.
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I am a new member and i am tired of reading bad things about fx9590 as i have fx9590 overclocked to 5.100ghz with a vcore of 1.464.I am not going to be offended of nobody believes me and the only reason i am posting is to help members who have the same cpu and mobo like mine.And to clarify asus sabertooth fx990 rev 2.0 bios version 2501 supports 2400 memory rams.If you check asus realbench leaderboard my system is number 1 on amd cpu.and probably sixth behind the intel xeon.i will help those people who seek help maybe pm me and i will share my setup.thanks
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To add a good psu a minimum of 1200 watts will suffice fx9590 to supply continous power to power hungry cpu thanks again feel free to ask me anything about my setup.I used to messed with settings that you can leave on auto it took me months to get the results that i want.Frequent bsod hardware failures, error sleepless nights cursing myself why i bought this cpu and now very happy and satisfied.5.1 overclocked my system is the leader at asus realbench leaderbord.To everyone that have fx9590 be patient do not us brute force to overclock.
post #104 of 119
i don't think you can set your vcore that high maybe youre talking about your cou speed
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ManofGod1000 to me if you are just using 4 cores to achieved 5.2 to me it's not overclocking just my opinion
post #106 of 119
Stop spamming this thread please.

Make your own thread. smile.gif

Overclocking is overclocking 1 core all of them it dont mean anything
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Love my 9590
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Me 2
I Just run mine stock on auto most of the time. For most games and apps pushing for 5-10% more is just a waste of heat. I have played around with 1 core per module and 5.3 Ghz. Stock 4.7 with 5.0 turbo works too. I am beginning to think 45 watts for average use is accurate too. With a range of 85-60 watts on linpack ? Don't know what is going there. But Hwinfo is what I got to check all this with so who knows ? I was watching the core frequencies jump around from 4.4Ghz to 5.0Ghz while it was running linpack with all settings on auto. Maybe I got a 9590E ? It don't get hot either. 43C is the most with 23C room temp. I am just going to leave it that way. May sell it, if Zen is much better and mostly if I need it.
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Need someone to tell me if my CPU/NB voltages are normal or not...
So take a look below, for some reason my mobo wants to give CPU/NB 1.53v stock, when reading and looking at the VID it should be more like 1.138v stock, I'm a bit confused by this, am I mixing up voltages or what?
And moreover, when I try to set this voltage manually in bios to 1.138 or any setting below 1.45, it won't boot. thumb.gif If anyone sees anything out of the ordinary here, please let me know, suggestions, etc..





And to add to this conundrum, I have another 9590 build, both cpus bought together 6 months ago, and this one is running fine at the 1.138v CPU/NB, this is on a different Asus mobo. Now why is mine defaulting to a much higher voltage? Could this CPU be faulty?

Remember, I'm talking CPU/nb voltage not core voltage.
    
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Need someone to tell me if my CPU/NB voltages are normal or not...
So take a look below, for some reason my mobo wants to give CPU/NB 1.53v stock, when reading and looking at the VID it should be more like 1.138v stock, I'm a bit confused by this, am I mixing up voltages or what?
And moreover, when I try to set this voltage manually in bios to 1.138 or any setting below 1.45, it won't boot. thumb.gif If anyone sees anything out of the ordinary here, please let me know, suggestions, etc..




And to add to this conundrum, I have another 9590 build, both cpus bought together 6 months ago, and this one is running fine at the 1.138v CPU/NB, this is on a different Asus mobo. Now why is mine defaulting to a much higher voltage? Could this CPU be faulty?

Remember, I'm talking CPU/nb voltage not core voltage.

Those voltages shouldn't bounce around like that , cpu/nb llc level are you using? All things being equal, if your setting in bios at 1.45 has the same droop as what is shown that would put it in the area of 1.37 - which is certainly boarderline to keep 1200 mhz cl 11 stable.
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