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Seems to be okay for me... I think ?
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I will check my end later today to see if I also get these negative temps, I have not checked since the latest update. However thus far no other issues.


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Not seeing any negative temps using Core Temp my end. I suggest doing a full BIOS reset via the CMOS reset to the back of the case and reflashing. Failing that use BIOS Flashback feature to update to the official 1.30 from MSI website, then update to 1usmus modded BIOS via his guide.


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@1usmus - are the rumors of TR being cancelled true? Or you seeing any records of new procs in the new TR microcode?
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@1usmus - are the rumors of TR being cancelled true? Or you seeing any records of new procs in the new TR microcode?

I think Threadripper has simply been re-branded Ryzen 9 for the AMD HEDT Space. Would make perfect sense to me.


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I think Threadripper has simply been re-branded Ryzen 9 for the AMD HEDT Space. Would make perfect sense to me.
All I've seen is news articles that Threadripper has been removed from the AMD product roadmap timeline. Don't know whether that means that the Threadripper platform is killed off or that means the reason for TR in the HEDT space would be fulfilled by Ryzen 9 product SKU's.

Seems like an awful waste of development time and money for the Socket SP3r2. That would mean no proper 4 channel memory HEDT products other than Epyc. There are still valid reasons for 4 channel memory platforms that 2 channel will never be able to fulfill.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
I think Threadripper has simply been re-branded Ryzen 9 for the AMD HEDT Space. Would make perfect sense to me.
Would make no sense. Ryzen 9 makes sense as a top end desktop, but lack of 4 or 8 channel RAM for memory intensive applications or for users that require high performance applications pretty much negates it as an HEDT option. Plus, 3000 series R9 would have less cores than TR2, so it would be a step in the wrong direction. Also it would be a huge f*** you to the folks that invested a good chunk of $ in the TR2 platform under the pretext of platform being supported for a few years - like AM4 is.
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@1usmus - are the rumors of TR being cancelled true? Or you seeing any records of new procs in the new TR microcode?
The release of these processors is postponed until the end of the year. This certainly sounds strange, but AMD itself has created problems. I really hope that in the performance of AM4 we will see only 12 streams maximum
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The release of these processors is postponed until the end of the year. This certainly sounds strange, but AMD itself has created problems. I really hope that in the performance of AM4 we will see only 12 streams maximum
Wow... This is surely disappointing. I really hope Threadripper's legacy lives forward and does not turn into some come and gone niche much like the Galaxy Fold...

As many other users have mentioned; Threadripper's validity is still there and will be perhaps, even if we are left with only the 2990WX for years to come. There is truly nothing like it at the price point and AMD really owns this portion of the market for consumer grade products.

The only other option that comes close to what we desire is nearly 4X more expensive: https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16813119192

...And to which at that point we'd be shelling out the extra $8,000 solely for the metallic 'Intel Inside' stickers...not performance. Not the mention the price gouging that occurs when something is branded for professional/non-consumer grade use.

We've really been lucky to have the Threadripper line up to be able to obtain the performance benefits to the likes of which only would have only been in the reach of the extremely wealthy and companies.

I hate to be so pessimistic and fear monger but this has put the worry in me for the premium amount of money I invested into a platform that was presented to be more future proof than most. Though none the less extremely valuable currently, it would just be ever so slightly less so...

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Quote: Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post
The release of these processors is postponed until the end of the year. This certainly sounds strange, but AMD itself has created problems. I really hope that in the performance of AM4 we will see only 12 streams maximum

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Wow... This is surely disappointing. I really hope Threadripper's legacy lives forward and does not turn into some come and gone niche much like the Galaxy Fold...

As many other users have mentioned; Threadripper's validity is still there and will be perhaps, even if we are left with only the 2990WX for years to come. There is truly nothing like it at the price point and AMD really owns this portion of the market for consumer grade products.
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I hate to be so pessimistic and fear monger but this has put the worry in me for the premium amount of money I invested into a platform that was presented to be more future proof than most. Though none the less extremely valuable currently, it would just be ever so slightly less so...

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The Ryzen 3000/16c rumours and implications for Threadripper are running rampant - even Forbes and other mainstream media are getting into the act. Now, at the very least, Lisa Su HAS TO address Threadripper's future at the upcoming Computex keynote, and with more than just wishy-washy 'at some point in the future' stuff.

...after the winning streak AMD has had since 2017, it would be a shame if they allow TR issues to spoil it. Even 'just dropping' TR from their recent product map for investors without an explanation was, IMO, a corporate blunder. That kind of vacuum will be filled instantly by speculation, and their corporate media VPs should have known that.
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