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Sunday, July 07, 2013
First AMD FX 9590 'Centurion' Benchmarks Appear Online


The first benchmarks with AMD's upcoming 5 GHz processor FX-9590 "Centurion" processor have appeared online.

The 32nm FX-9590 CPU features 8 cores and since it is based on the same architecture also met in the Piledriver and Bulldozer chips, operating at 5GHz results to extreme voltage requirements and a huge power draw.

The CPU's base clock is 4.7 GHz, which peaks at 5 GHz through the Turbo core 3.0 technology.

According to screenshots posted online at the VRZone's forums, the chip runs idle on 1.4GHz at 0.875V but when it turbo's towards 5 GHz it requires a 1.513V (!), which means that only a few high-end AM3+ motherboards will be able to support these power requirements.

The processor was tested on an ASRock 990FX Extreme9 motherboard.

Below you see a summary of the results that have been posted online:

Benchmark
Result
Screenshot
Cinebench 11.5 8.61 points
x264 FHD 28.9
3DMark11

Physics score: 8529

Combined score: 7890

3DMark 2013 Firestrike score: 6037
3DMark Vantage CPU score: 27127
AIDA64

Memory

Read: 26751 MB/s

Write: 17515 MB/s

Copy: 22754 MB/s

Latency: 58.3 ns

Fritz Chess benchmark
Kilo nodes/s: 15678


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