Velocity Micro Debuts Vision M35 Desktop With AMD FX-9000 Series Processors

Subject: Systems | July 17, 2013 - 12:12 AM |
Tagged: vision m35, velocity micro, FX-9590, FX-9370, amd, 5ghz

Boutique system manufacturer Velocity Micro has announced its new Vision M35 gaming desktop powered by AMD’s latest FX-9000 series processors.

The Velocity Micro Vision M35 can be configured with a variety of hardware components on the company’s website. The system can be housed in a number of traditional Velocity Micro cases with internal hardware that includes either an AMD FX-9370 or an AMD FX-9590 processor, up to 32GB of DDR3 RAM, both SSDs and HDDs in various capacities, and up to a 1200W power supply. Graphics card options include a number of cards from both AMD and NVIDIA’s latest series (AMD 7000, NVIDIA 600/700). By default, the Vision M35 comes pre-loaded with Microsoft Windows 8 x64, but users can elect to install Windows 7.

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The AMD FX-9000 series processors are the real news here, and Velocity Micro is among the first boutique vendors to use them. As a refresher, the FX-9370 and FX-9590 are 8-core processors with 16MB of cache based on the company’s Piledriver micro-architecture. The FX-9370 has a base clockspeed of 4.4 GHz and a turbo clockspeed of 4.7 GHz while the FX-9590 comes clocked at 4.7 GHz base and 5.0 GHz turbo. Despite being aimed at the enthusiast crowd, these chips will only be available to OEMs and system builders and not as retail parts.

The new AMD-powered Velocity Micro Vision M35 is available now online with a base price of $2,799. I was able to configure a M35 with the following specifications for $3,169 (and managed to get a quote of $2,969 after a $200 off coupon selectable on the configuration page).

  • Velocity Micro QX-W chassis
  • 850W power supply
  • AMD FX-9590 CPU
  • 8GB DDR3 RAM
  • AMD Radeon 7950 GPU
  • 120GB Intel 520 SSD
  • 1TB 7200 RPM hard drive
  • Integrated GbE and audio
  • (No keyboard or mouse or other accessories selected)

Granted, its on the pricier side, but its not a bad system as far as pre-built boutique PCs go. And for AMD fans, systems like this (and these) are going to be the only official option for getting a FX-9590 processor.

July 17, 2013 | 12:53 AM - Posted by renz (not verified)

Lol did they put that geforce gtx on purpose? Anyway i read at hard ocp that their request to get one of those FX900O processor for review has been turn down by AMD as the processor only available to system integrator only.

July 17, 2013 | 09:08 AM - Posted by Yuri (not verified)

I'd rather buy it from newegg:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.138...

July 17, 2013 | 05:30 PM - Posted by Tim Verry

That's neat, I did not realize Newegg did system builds (or do you have to put it together yourself?).

July 17, 2013 | 10:10 PM - Posted by Pendragoon99

my guess is you need to assemble it yourself. I went and left a review of it (since i can say i owned the product already...an overclocked 8350!), lets see if it ever shows up (doubtful). Just really annoyed they would release a product like that at such a premium....its insulting to be honest

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