I would recommend an AM3+ board with a 990fx chipset like the Asus 990fx pro or Gigabyte UD3 versions.
You will need a top of the line CPU cooler for this processor because it's runs at 220w. Nothing short of a Corsair H100i or NZXT Kraken x52… in fact the 280mm versions like the x62 would be better.
No body buys these things. For the most part people recommend getting a FX-8320e or FX-8370e and overclocking that. These "e" version processors seem to be prebinned to run cooler and at less wattage.
In fact, if you're building a new PC, you would be better off with a Core i5 or i7…. but if AMD is a must then wait for Zen.
Narrow your selection by socket type and then check the manufacturers' errata for the motherboard. They list newer CPU support, such as whether it supports the higher wattage of the 9590.
Not sure why you would want one, because they are just a screened version of an FX-8350, require expensive water coolers to handle 220Watts, good power supplies, better air flow, and generally are garbage at gaming, sometimes beat by an i3-6100. All AM3+. Use pcpartpicker.com
970 Performance, 990FX Extreme6, 990FX Extreme9, Fatal1ty 970 Performance, Fatal1ty 990FX Professional
Crosshair V Formula-Z, M5A99FX PRO R2.0, Sabertooth 990FX R2.0,
GA-990FX-Gaming, GA-990FXA-UD3, GA-990FXA-UD3 R5, GA-990FXA-UD5, GA-990FXA-UD5 R5, GA-990FXA-UD7,
That said, unless you already have the processor and a liquid cooler, you'd probably be better off with a current generation i7, or maybe even previous gen one.