Why The FIRST 5GHz CPU Almost Failed -9590 Revisited!

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The AMD FX-9590 was the world’s first widely available 5GHz enthusiast CPU yet it was launched at a bad time when the Piledriver architecture struggled to compete with Intel. But how well does it compete today? Let’s take another look at this legendary processor and overclock it on the ASUS 990FX Sabertooth. 🙂

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