I wrote this 2 days ago, i couldn't send it, so i saved it and post it now. Fortunately, right now the forum runs better.
Originally Posted by chrisjames61
I agree. The forum is pretty dead. IMHO most tech forums are in their death throes. I spend more time watching tech channels on YouTube these days.
I was trying to post for 1 minute. Multiquote wouldn't work, i was getting "database error". I was trying to edit my post the other day, same thing. I click "Go advanced", it tries for ages to load the page and nothing happens. At the end, after 1 minute, i get "database error", again today. This is my 5th attempt to post. Unless they do something fast, the situation will be irreversible. I too, ended up consulting more youtube than the forum before purchasing Ryzen. If i don't login, this is what i see as last activity: Last posts: 21-2-2019. ? don't know of any forum to have survived for long, with such problems.
Originally Posted by Alastair
Eh. I'm going to stick around. Adapt to the change. And keep it ALIVE!
The forum just runs very badly for me. It's buggy (apart the ads). Not to mention that even my local forums work better and are more active nowdays than this (unbelievable 1,5 years ago). But it was nice to see you "FX veterans" again. Fortunately, i don't have much incentive to be as active as i was in FX days anymore and the forum sure doesn't lure you to be. I will visit from time to time or to ask you something if i have some trouble or just to say hello to the old FX friends, but, the forum has become too much of a pain for regular use and frankly, unless i decide to overclock (which i doubt), there isn't something i can see where i will need help. This motherboard has very easygoing UEFI.