Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jul 19, 2019.
That is X570. You claimed x370/X470 having the issue. Get off AMD threads you troll.
If you aren't going to read the things linked, stop replying to me.
the B and X 300 and 400 series parts are also affected when on a 184.108.40.206 AGESA.
Heres a B350 + 3600
Heres a B450 + 3600
Heres a X370 + 3800X
x570's with 220.127.116.11 shipped are affected, even with 1xxx and 2xxx processors.
This user updated their tomahawk with a beta bios that has agesa 18.104.22.168 and fixed the WHEA errors
The issue discussed in that thread pertains to using a PCI3.0 NVMe on the PCI4.0 lanes. Last I checked (and also stated in your own procreating link) that’s X570.
If you bothered to read the whole thread you would see Intel users reporting the same errors. It’s Windowa not AMD.
Threads evolve as information comes to light, the origin of the issue is the same as that of the Geforce and Radeon WHEA errors being experienced when a board is running AGESA 22.214.171.124
This is one of the 1xxx users experiencing the issue after applying a AGESA 126.96.36.199 bios to their board.
Intel users reporting the same. It’s a Windows issue not AMD. Again you are in here simply to talk crap about AMD. Go had your Intel circle jerk somewhere else.
Dude!.....Your the one that needs to stop replying...you shut up!
It seems the pair of you are thoroughly incapable of reading past the first post, Robert Hallock himself has dissociated the corruption the op experienced from the WHEA error and that AMD are investigating.
Maybe both of you need to move past your own ego's and problems with me and Educate yourselves.
FYI: AMD's cpu division are the ones i won't fanboy against, I'm sick of Intel's bs with their barely changed performance and pricing.
This AMD Ryzen launch was rushed to get the 7/7 date, but you guys are looking like clueless fanboys right now because you're arguing against confirmable information.
TO REITERATE TO THOSE WHO CARE FOR A FUNCTIONING PC:
The 188.8.131.52 AGESA is to be avoided on your 300 and 400 series board, and if you have a 500 series board, Get flashed to 184.108.40.206 asap, Yes, even if you have a 1xxx or 2xxx series Ryzen processor.
To those who already put a 3xxx in an older board and are having issues that the pair above are totally oblivious too, check with your vendor for a beta bios, MSI have them available here, keep an eye on ROG forums for Asus beta's, Raja occasionally posts them there first.
Gigabyte x570 users who are on a 220.127.116.11 bios and affected can update to the matching bios here
Some Gigabyte 300 and 400 series boards are still on 18.104.22.168 unfortunately but check the support page as they are being updated to 22.214.171.124AB in light of ABA failing validation.
What a nice little cpu. My brother just upgraded his and his girlfriend's rig from 8320 to a 2600 (couldn't quite stretch to 3600) and he's loving it. These 3600/x chips seem brilliant value for money. What annoys me is that I still feel no need to upgrade. Those looking to upgrade from a slow cpu should definitely be considering these though, reading waltc3's comments about how they boost to 4.4 out the box no problem is really nice.
Yeah, i definitely like the performance of the 3600 for the most part.
Personally i would aim for the 3900 though at the least just to thoroughly avoid the design choice AMD made with the memory writes being 16b as some of my tasks are memory write heavy.
Damn, you dinosauraus! ;-)
Another comparison video showing the 25% extra cost gives you 3-5% performance at best.
REMOVED: Moderator - please stop posting YT videos in discussion forums.
If you need bleeding edge technology, please buy X570. I hope knowing that you have fully supported PCIe 4.0 will make you sleep better at night.
Most people who want to get best performance for the money, will go with X470 or cheaper chipsets. I won't be able to utilize PCIe 4.0, I don't have or need such storage speeds.
I don't need overkill components, I just need it stability. Don't care if I lose less than 1% in performance to X570.
If I ever would need any components, I'd rather buy it separately, than buy it and wonder when I gonna need it.
EDIT: You get more choices by going with AMD and yeah, it sucks since you have to think for yourself what you need and not.
Much easier with Intel! You must use new chipset every CPU refresh Intel does, so there no need to waste time wondering if you want to go with previous gen chipset or modern one! Intel just hate to see consumers suffering on deciding which chipset they should go with!
Just because somebody in marketing division wants to make their product to look premium it doesn't make it premium automatically. Both Z390 and X570 are both competing on mainstream market.
You can go with X470, but that's not the point. The point is that X570 is the current generation successor to X470 and it is expensive for no apparent reason.
The point is that when it happens to Nvidia and Intel, some here above blaming Nvidia and Intel for high unreasonable prices. But when it happens to AMD they have full commitment to huge prices and they start to call out and throw some crap over people who disagree on this, like the one above.
The point is - just 8 years ago advanced motherboards were priced at $120 to $150. Now to get some set of controllers, advanced piped cooling, power you have to pay $360.
Market segment = Performance / Enthusiast
You may stop now.
PCI ex4 controllers are expensive.
PCI ex4 controllers are expensive.
We still have motherboard priced at $120 and below for mainstream consumers, which are still being produced afaik.
I think you either trolling or just don't want to understand how marketing works. You are basically barking that we must buy Titan RTX for $3000, when there are RTX2060 / RTX2070 available for less than $500.
I am done here.
edit: added compare of Novidia videocards prices to show the comparison of your point.
Again, marketing division, not market division.
Only because AMD want them to be expensive.
Those are budget, not mainstream, with budget controllers, simple set of features, poor cooling. 8 years ago you could get top motherboards with equipment like now for $360-400. They were 3 times cheaper.
That's not how market works, that how monopolies works.
Titan X is an enthusiast group. With CPU and chipsets that is Threadripper and X399 chipset. I didn't say a word about their pricing.
That's funny, Tom's Hardware also had this article last year indicating:
AMD X470 vs Intel Z390: High-End Platforms Square Off
Z370 is enthusiast (and by extension Z390), and so is X370/X470/X570. This is the plain simple truth of the matter and no amount of word salad will change it.
Marketing is not market. Z390 and X570 are not on the same market with X299 and X399. And even id calling B450 and H370 mainstream, then situation is even far worse, as then it receiving major downgrades in past year. Yet still 1,5 times as expensive as top mainstream 8 years ago.
Guys, can someone please test Assassin's Creed Origins benchmark with and without SMT enabled? If you get still 15-20% worse score and much more fps stuttering with SMT enabled.