As noted in the numerous FX-9590 threads here, you can use one of the top ~5 HSFs listed at FrostyTech to cool an FX-9590 properly and eliminate the coolant leak liability of a liquid cooler than can and has caused serious PC hardware damage when they leak. Because the FX-9590 is a 220w CPU vs. the normal 125w FX-8000 series, you need a cooler that has at least 220w capability be it a HSF or liquid cooler. Otherwise your CPU performance will be throttled. You also need a mobo specifically designed and approved for the 220w FX-9590, additional cooling of the mobo VRM circuit and a PSU of at least 650W or more importantly a minimum of 54 amps. on the 12v rail of the PSU. See the link below for valuable technical info. on running an FX-9590.
The liquid cooler bundle hasn't been sold for months. And there are three versions of the FX-9590:
The boxed processor without a fan and heatsink is what is sold now, not an OEM version. The price difference between the bundled liquid cooler edition and heatsinkless edition was minimal once you bought a liquid cooler, and were not locked in to a Cooler Master unit.