Tuesday, July 16th 2013

Origin PC Adds AMD FX-9590 to its CPU Choices

ORIGIN PC launches AMD's latest and fastest FX 9000 Series CPUs, the AMD FX-9590 and AMD FX-9370, to their award-winning GENESIS desktops featuring their professional overclocking up to a whopping 5.0 GHz (FX-9590 only). Unleash the processing power and performance of a new ORIGIN GENESIS with the new AMD FX-9590 and FX-9370 to immerse yourself in the most advanced 3D games like never before! Experience the world's first native 8-core desktop processor, available today inside the ORIGIN GENESIS with a starting at price of $1,551.

AMD FX-9590 Features:
  • 8-Core native desktop processor up to 5.0 Ghz
  • ORIGIN PC Professional CPU Overclocking
  • Free Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Support
AMD FX-9370 Features:
  • 8-Core native desktop processor up to up to 4.7 Ghz
  • Chat, watch movies, play games and more with maximum multi-tasking
  • Free Lifetime 24/7 U.S. Based Support
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15 Comments on Origin PC Adds AMD FX-9590 to its CPU Choices

#1
Imdabossou
"professional overclocking"

how is it professionally overclocked to 5ghz if the stock speed of it is 5ghz..?
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#2
tigger
I'm the only one
by: Imdabossou
how is it professionally overclocked to 5ghz if the stock speed of it is 5ghz..?
Lol yeah that's right, it's professionally running at its stock speed.
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#3
NdMk2o1o
That's some shitty marketing right there :wtf:
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#4
Jorge
The stock FX-9590 default speed is 4.7 GHz. and it runs in Turbo mode part time at 5.0 GHz. What they are saying is they have OC'd the processor to run @ 5 GHz. all the time.

It looks like AMD has a pretty fair quantity of these FX-9590 CPUs, which is a good sign for a possible future Steamroller CPU.
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#5
xvi
by: Jorge
The stock FX-9590 default speed is 4.7 GHz. and it runs in Turbo mode part time at 5.0 GHz. What they are saying is they have OC'd the processor to run @ 5 GHz. all the time.
Beat me to it. All they're doing is making sure the PC has enough cooling to handle 8 cores at turbo speeds. Did the same thing with my Phenom II X6. Turbo frequency is 3.7 GHz, but only for two or three cores. Disable Turbo, set multi to 18.5x, done. If I'm not mistaken, all cores have to be capable of turbo speeds since the workload could be assigned to any of them. Proper cooling should allow all cores to run at turbo speeds.
It looks like AMD has a pretty fair quantity of these FX-9590 CPUs, which is a good sign for a possible future Steamroller CPU.
I'd rather see them improve IPC efficiency, but high yield of a top-bin die isn't something to scoff at. One can only hope we'll see this translate in to better performance/watt for AMD.
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#6
HumanSmoke
by: Jorge
The stock FX-9590 default speed is 4.7 GHz. and it runs in Turbo mode part time at 5.0 GHz. What they are saying is they have OC'd the processor to run @ 5 GHz. all the time.
Awesome overclocking feat. A 24/7 overclock of 6.38% is nothing to laugh at :laugh:
by: Jorge
It looks like AMD has a pretty fair quantity of these FX-9590 CPUs
Not sure how you arrive at that conclusion. These CPUs are "offered" as a configuration option- actual sales would confirm quantity.
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#7
TheGuruStud
This is pretty funny. All they do is force the turbo multiplier to stay on. Hell, I did that by accident on a build :laugh:
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
They announced this a while ago. Interesting they have chosen to force 5ghz on the chip.
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#9
NC37
I turned turbo off and clocked my 8320 to 4.5Ghz therefore...mine is professionally overclocked!! Give me job Origin, I iz pro, I clock stuf!! :laugh:
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xvi
by: NC37
I turned turbo off and clocked my 8320 to 4.5Ghz therefore...mine is professionally overclocked!! Give me job Origin, I iz pro, I clock stuf!! :laugh:
While a 300 MHz overclock isn't anything to write home about (and is most likely achievable by EVERY FX-9590 with a half-decent cooler), it's a tiny bit more impressive that they're overclocking these consistently (processors in general, not just this one), even if it's just that they're buying processors in bulk and doing some extra binning on top of AMD.

In this case, I think "professional overclock" in this case just means "we're not using the stock cooler like some people are". Also, from a marketing standpoint, I'm sure it sounds a lot better than "redneck overclock".

"Well, Jimmy's maw just got a shiny new air conditioner and tah boys an' I figure we'd sneak it outta her bedroom an' pipe that mother hubbard up tah the side of tah case. We fried tah first four processors, but tah fifth one seems to be holdin', although we canna' get the smell ah burnt silicon outta tah case. YEEEHAW, ORIGIN PC!"

I don't think people would buy that.
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#11
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
pretty sure most 8350s hit 5Ghz too...
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#12
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: de.das.dude
pretty sure most 8350s hit 5Ghz too...
Not under normal cooling they won't. Check out the fx club there no 5ghz air cooled prime stable 8350's in there heck a water cooled one is pushing it.
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#13
theoneandonlymrk
by: cdawall
not under normal cooling they won't. Check out the fx club there no 5ghz air cooled prime stable 8350's in there heck a water cooled one is pushing it.
+1
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#15
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: happydays
posts above said they have trouble even reaching 5ghz. not only do they reach it but they run benchies at 5ghz

The link 8350's are mine ,and all is sweet .
I suppose I could offer a lifetime warranty backed by a full refund if i chose to sell it, yes.

Also if anyone thinks I was just lucky and got a good die they can offer to buy from me and I will just buy another 8350 and get the same or better result :)

IF you have the same system parts as me and do what I do then you will get the same results as me
Thats just wrong different chio s get different results that why people bin chips.
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