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post #21 of 49 (permalink) Old 04-23-2020, 03:09 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
that's kinda my question, being an intel person... i'm not used to updates being pushed to my chipset (inb4 all the security stuff I guess?)

i feel like I remember being weirded out by it on bulldozer, which was my last unlocked AMD chip experience.

i wanna jump on x4900 when it drops. so get it right AMD!
This update is suppose to fix these issues:

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/do...04-04-111.html

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Fixed Issues

Installer may hang during installation progress
Installer may abort with "Error 1720" code
Installation will not install on a non C:\ location
Resolved screen rotation bug with select AMD mobile processors
Rare system halt on 7th Gen AMD A-Series APUs
We also have multiple issues AMD fixed with a chipset driver a bit after the release of Zen 2.

https://community.amd.com/community/...-and-destiny-2

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https://www.anandtech.com/show/14688...ppc2-upscaling

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MS having this much issue with amd or vise verses ?
Sad really.
Doubt it's Microsoft because their Linux list is larger. Most of the issues are regarding their installer not the actual driver.

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GPU drivers have always been a problem no matter what the hardware configuration. Some releases are better than others, Nvidia may be "more consistent" but that's still just saying everyone is varying degrees of bad.
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i don't spend much time in AMD threads. Do they always rag on NV drivers being trash? cuz that's 100% whats been happening in NVlandia since forever, even during fermi people had the gull.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
that's kinda my question, being an intel person... i'm not used to updates being pushed to my chipset (inb4 all the security stuff I guess?)

i feel like I remember being weirded out by it on bulldozer, which was my last unlocked AMD chip experience.

i wanna jump on x4900 when it drops. so get it right AMD!
This 3900X is the bees knees. The 4900 will hopefully be better than an already good thing.

TBH I don't really care who makes it I just want the good performance when I'm using the system.

Also I didn't get pushed a chipset update? But I'm only on X470.

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yessir.

i'm looking forward to it. it'll be my main platform for the next 10 years. n this 115x will get turned into a test bench.

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Nope, AMD Zen 2 just has a ton of weird issues. At least it's not as bad as Linux which won't be stable until kernel 5.6. Epyc has been a pain my my rear.
I dunno about Epyc, but I've run an 1800X, 1950X, 2700X, 2990WX and 3900X on Linux for the last two years (staggered starting points, though) and had less issues with them than I've had with Intel systems running the exact same OS (Mint 19.x).

I don't disagree that AMD (and particularly Zen) have a handful of issues that should never have been issues, but the primary problems I've had have either been [censored] BIOS implementations from the manufacturer regarding low-power states (in the case of one system, because the others all worked fine), a kernel regression in two releases of 4.15.something and 5.0.something that broke PCI-E bus timings and caused PCI-E devices to randomly drop off the bus - which also happened on an Intel system, but nowhere near as often. My primary gripe about AMD Zen on Linux has been temperature monitoring (which was fixable by compiling a kernel module yourself, now fixed completely in more recent kernels (from 5.3 I think...? I can't remember exactly...) and the [censored] atrocious implementation of RAID where Linux drivers are now impossible to find, even on AMDs website because they subcontracted it out to a 3rd party or something stupid. When I was trying to get RAID working I read something about that but in the end gave up in disgust. On the system I tried it on, even Linux software RAID was flaky; it was about a 50/50 thing whether a reboot would require me rebuilding the RAID array regardless of whether Mint, CentOS, Gentoo or SuSE... fortunately the boot drive wasn't part of the RAID, but it was a PITA I just didn't need.

On balance, I've had just as many issues with Intel in the same timeframe - although mostly to do with their iGPU or motherboard issues that aren't really Intel's fault. Of course, anecdotal evidence, take with pinch of salt, I don't have multi-month uptimes either.

I want to get an Epyc system, hopefully soon, so I guess any Epyc specific craziness I can look forward to. Any hints on stuff to expect?


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i don't spend much time in AMD threads. Do they always rag on NV drivers being trash? cuz that's 100% whats been happening in NVlandia since forever, even during fermi people had the gull.
surely one of 3 people will post a link to the gefarce forums. (imma gonna leave the typo!)

i was gonna inB4 but this is chipset drivers, not that would matter to some.

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