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Offline toby5  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 8, 2017 10:44:52 PM(UTC)
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So I have seen this headline across a few places on the net. Apparently there have been problems with ryzen and linux which has been explained sort of like a marriage in some places and how marriages have good and bad. Basically when linux is running certain tasks it can be known to crash or reset the computer. AMD has yet to pinpoint the problem as of yet, but some devs with linux have automated the process by which it is crashing the chip so that should maybe help to start narrowing down the possible problems causing the chip to crash. This is not the full story, but I thought it was a pretty important story as of late with ryzen getting AMD back into the game as far as CPUs are concerned. Let's hope they find out what it is so they can fix it with an firmware update.
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