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post #121 of 407 (permalink) Old 08-23-2017, 06:15 PM
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Well I'm stupid for not taking a picture of that like I normally do before I installed the dang thing. I really dont feel like taking the heatsink off of this new beautiful build when Im the worst at installing them........

Does the box list that perhaps?

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My box only has serial number (and part #)

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Dang it I just checked too. I did a video of me doing the build, and of course I show the CPU at the camera? and of course the light reflects off of it so its not visible. Alas, i got what I got.

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Unless you're on Linux it likely won't even matter to you.

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I do plan to install either debian or perhaps ubuntu as a second boot just to mess around with and learn some stuff. I'm trying to teach myself a lot about Linux (i've actually been reading the Debian manual) and would like to try to teach myself to code in Python so it would be useful to an extent.

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Just use kill-ryzen.sh as most of people - it is the fastest way to detect problem.
https://github.com/suaefar/ryzen-test

If I won't find better solution I'll RMA - the only problem is silicon lottery - I may get CPU free of segfaults but sucking in OC and not able to run RAM fast biggrin.gif

I don't think RMAing over the segfault is worth it, unless you actually need to compile linux.
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Does this Segfault stuff may be causing this horrible Stalls in IBT / OCCT / RealBench - Even on stock i keep getting like 10/30 sec freezes then it keeps going like nothing happend . PITA not being able to stress test my cpu .
Pretty sure it shouldn't affect those stress tests.

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I had these 1600, 1600x, and 1500x processors and I had a problem with them in battlefield 1. Every now and then it hung up for a few seconds or fps dropped to to just 1-2 for 5-10 seconds. With the first bought 1600 the problem was the worst. A month later I bought 1500x here was the smallest problem. The last 1600x was not as bad as the first but not as good as the last. I even bought Be quiet Dark Rock Pro 11 550w. I tried with different gpus. I had the gtx970 available then rx480 and fury X. At rx480 the problem was the worst. I replaced the Asus B350 Pime Plus with ab350m Pro 4 Asrock. Finally I surrendered. I sold everything. Can my adventure with Ryzen have something to do with this problem?
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Can my adventure with Ryzen have something to do with this problem?

No, this issue would crash the process, and it only happens under very specific conditions.

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I don't think RMAing over the segfault is worth it, unless you actually need to compile linux.

I bought ryzen primary for linux biggrin.gif

The crash I had after 3:45 was due to out of space not segfault - I need to fix this script and run again. If opcache disable has minimal impact say 1% than I could live with it - if it is 10% than no.

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I bought ryzen primary for linux biggrin.gif

The crash I had after 3:45 was due to out of space not segfault - I need to fix this script and run again. If opcache disable has minimal impact say 1% than I could live with it - if it is 10% than no.
I mean just RMA the CPU. AMD has been great with dealing with this issue.
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