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AMD CPU FX-9370 Black Edition Octa Core CPU (Retail, Socket AM3+, 4.70GHz, 8MB, 220W)

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AMD CPU FX-9370 Black Edition Octa Core CPU (Retail, Socket AM3+, 4.70GHz, 8MB, 220W)
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Dimensions 14.5 cm x 2.5 cm x 22.6 cm 7.1 cm x 14 cm x 12.7 cm 14.5 cm x 2.5 cm x 22.6 cm 12.7 cm x 12.7 cm x 12.7 cm
Item Weight 68 g 499 g 68 g 45 g
Model Year 2013 2012 2013 2013
Wattage 220 Watts 125 Watts 220 Watts 220 Watts
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BrandAMD
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions2.5 x 22.6 x 14.5 cm
Item model numberFD9370FHHKWOF
SeriesFD9370FHHKWOF
Processor BrandProcessor family
Processor Speed4.4 GHz
Processor SocketSocket AM3+
Processor Count8
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Wattage220 watts
  
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ASINB00DGHD2TA
Best Sellers Rank 55,759 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68 g
Date First Available18 July 2013
  
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The new FX 9370 processor is an emphatic performance statement to the most demanding gamers seeking ultra-high resolution experiences including AMD Eyefinity technology. These 8-core CPUs deliver new levels of gaming and multimedia performance for desktop enthusiasts. Additionally, these processors feature AMD Turbo Core 3.0 technology to dynamically optimize performance across CPU cores and enable maximum computing for the most intensive workloads. 8-cores.Max Turbo of 4.7 GHz, and CPU base of 4.4 GHZ.

compatible devices:

Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 (rev 4.0, 4.1)
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 R5 (rev. 1.0)
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 (rev 3.0, 3.1)
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 R5 (rev. 1.0)
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7 (rev. 3.0)
ASROCK 990FX Extreme9
ASRock 990FX Extreme6
ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Professional
ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z
ASUS SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0
ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0
MSI 990FXA Gaming
MSI 990FXA GD 80

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Arrived quickly and undamaged. CPU package is not much bigger than a pack of cards. No heatsink included (standard). Always check for a broken CPU package seal. In my case the CPU came with some other items included in a larger Amazon box and was in good order.

Installed to - Asus M5A99FX motherboard

Running fine no errors, no over-heating problems. Would recommend liquid cooling setup (I have Kraken X60) installed, push-pull set up.

Asus AI suite running the processor at 4.7GHz. Auto configured. Stock speed is 4.4Ghz

Cpu idles between 23-25 Celsius reaching 40 Celsius at 100% max load, stress tested.
Core voltage is stable at 0.840v reaching: 1.464v 100% max load.

Would recommend latest bios download for you're particular board (if needed). I included a new bios update once the computer was up and running. No real drama updating bios with Asus.

Would also recommend 1000w PSU. I have Corsair RM1000 which does a great job !

Good luck.
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Very good CPU for its price. I've tested this on a range of high-end games and modern releases including Far Cry 3, Tomb Raider, Grid: Autosport, F1 2013, Fifa 14, Just Cause 2 and more. All have run at or close to max settings with a GTX 770.

Note before purchasing: This does not come with a cooling fan and from what I've read cooling fans simply will not suffice, this needs liquid cooling as it generates a lot of heat! I am using a Corsair H100i which is a very good all-in-one liquid cooling system and I recommend getting one of those if you are buying the 9370.
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PLEASE JUMP TO THE LAST UPDATE TO SAVE TIME.....

Moving gameplay Images look crisper than on the 6 core that this replaced but it gets worryingly hot. The highest temp so far is 74 c thats whilst playing counterstrike source which is not the most resource greedy game.

My power supply is 1000W. I have a liquid cooling system with one radiator and two fans which are set to spin faster as the cpu gets hotter so they are running close to a noisy max at most times during gaming. Idles at around 26 c on "open hardware monitor" simultaneously showing at 37c on the Asus fan expert.

I have ordered a new cooling system consisting of a water block two pumps and rad. I am hoping to be able to fit a passive cpu cooler on top of the water block as well. I will update this review when it's all set up...but really should I need to go to all the expense when the cooling system I have is considered a good one. (Note added 10-10-14: Not the final system see UPDATE below)

If you have to do this then to me the CPU is like owning a formula 1 car fast as hell looks great but needs careful maintenance and can blow up at any time (please no to that one). Not a lot of confidence in it at the mo and it takes the pleasure out of the gaming experience.

UPDATE 12-10-2014

I have fitted a Zalman Reserator (A.6m high external radiator tower with pump holding 2.5 Ltrs of coolant, kept my Coolit CPU block with its internal pump and now my tempratures have come down to 21c at idle (room Temp) and max during an hours session of playing Counter Strike Source at highest settings of 57c. Big improvement. I have noticed juddering however during gaming, which could be the game server of course. I will update the review if this persists.
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Just upgraded my old loved amd phenom x4 965 be... fitted to my "old" asus m5a99x evo (ver. 1!!! With the latest bios) the mainboard setted up auto to 4.9 ghz!!! Running stable on 4.9 jus hot as hell LoL! to reach the 5ghz u need a huge chiller and psu, and propably with the newest mainboards is better. after a few stabily test and benchmarks i setted to the base 4.4, and disabled the turbo... still don't need that extra power(and u can save some money on the electricity bills ;) thats why I love the Amd, the price/value is just amazing.. ok the fx 8350 cheaper, but I'm not sure what u can go over 4.8 ghz with it... the fx 9590 extra cost too much, when u can reach the same speed with the fx 9370 just few clicks... how I heard the fx 9590 not too oc friendly... both of them (9370, 9590 ) same as fx 8350, just selected, factory overclocked.
Amd fx 9370, asus m5a99x evo (ver1.), ati hd 7970 (sapphire ghz edition vapour x), corsair hydro series h60 (for oc i recommend h100) corsair vengeance ddr3 1600 mhz 4×4gb,
samsung 830 series ssd

AMD RULEZ!!! ;)
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I decided to buy components and build my own PC using my old case and hard drives.
I think AMD offers better value than Intel.
Also bought Asus Crosshair MB to go with it.
Combination seems to work well.
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Amazing, idles at 35 degress C and gets to around 65 degrees C under Prime95 hard testing, but I do also have the Nepton 140xl with 2 x Noctua NF-F12's replacing the stock 140mm fans........super quiet and I got the fx9370 for £115 :-) Here are my win7 scores:
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Good CPU, needs watercooling though! Be aware the MAX temp is 57C!! and if you go over that for any length of time it will start producing lockups.

I've had one running for some time on Asus Sabertooth FX990 R2.0 with 2 x Nvida gtx 980ti's for crunching date on distributed computing projects.
Its been O/C by upping the FSB by 8Mhz..

Beats the FX9590 I've got in another machine doing the same job. My Watercooler is a Corsair hydro H105 which keeps temps around 38C max.
You will need a good motherboard with it as it draws 220W and some motherboards cant cope.
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