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Thread: Fx9590 $279.99 Newegg

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    Fx9590 $279.99 Newegg

    Looks like you can find the Fx 9590 at a pretty hot little price right now at newegg
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    Your link got cut off somehow...

    Anyways... holy crap that's a nice price (err deal), perfect time to swap one up if anyone is looking .

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    Down to 279.99$ at Microcenter too! Link

    I imagine AMD is realizing they can't compete at high price points- bumping the FX flagships back down into "value" territory can't hurt! If you don't mind the high TDP, this is a great deal.
    Last edited by HTownDowner; 12-14-2013 at 08:54 PM. Reason: misspelling
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    Be advised that there are only a few AM3+ mobos with a properly designed VRM circuit to power the FX-9000 series CPUs so make sure you are using one of these approved mobos or you will have problems and potential failure of the mobo/CPU.

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    True that. 220W TDP is larger than many entire systems! Before I went with a laptop workstation, I was running an 8120 @ 4.6Ghz and 1.55v (which works out to something like 180-200W max I believe) and it was stable on a Gigabyte 970-UD3 (8+2 phase VRM), but would only hit around 4.2Ghz on an ASUS M5A97 (4+2 phase VRM). Both these boards were otherwise identical in features and priced the same, so watch those specs carefully
    Last edited by HTownDowner; 12-15-2013 at 07:38 PM.
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