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Sure enough tried the liveCD way and it exploded in about 2 minutes, got the segfault.



I'll wait for next month to do the RMA thing, I really don't want to spend the holidays without a computer...

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AsRock eventually put out a beta BIOS with Intel's fix for the Skylake fault. It's still labeled beta but the system seems to have improved stability since I applied it.

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Booted up a live cd as well of Ubuntu on my 1800x got two segfaults in less than two minutes, Started the RMA process and my chip is currently on the way back to AMD, hopefully it won't take too long to get a replacement.



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Lol, my new 1800x and 3rd Ryzen processor is 1718sut and I ordered it in a black Friday.. I guess they've had quite a lot of old stock then? Havent tested segmentation yet though.. No funny to get pre 25 week processor again biggrin.gif
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my 1600x is also 1718

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Guess I have to do another RMA if this chip is to be segfault positive frown.gif
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I RMA'd a 1700x from 1707 and got a 1737 in return. No segfaults on the new cpu.

Also, who still hasn't RMA'd their CPU yet, if you plan to do so - it really speeds up the process if you have taken pictures of your BIOS settings in stock settings and overclocked, also pictures or screenshots of the faults in Linux. Photo of inside of your computer. Add as many information in the first e-mail as possible. I've read posts of people who say that tech support is making them do all these things anyway, so by doing it beforehand, you will save a good 2-3 days of waiting and e-mail exchange.

Overall i am very satisfied how the RMA process is being done.

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