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Date:      Tue, 4 Dec 2018 19:21:29 +0800
From:      Erich Dollansky <freebsd.ed.lists@sumeritec.com>
To:        Andrea Venturoli <ml@netfence.it>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Back again on Ryzen stability
Message-ID:  <20181204192129.622c8779.freebsd.ed.lists@sumeritec.com>
In-Reply-To: <3cef02cc-fc6a-4570-c374-6f8c8ee3d192@netfence.it>
References:  <42a7a149-fa6b-390f-eb13-e10b437baaf7@netfence.it> <20181204122348.131f9471.freebsd.ed.lists@sumeritec.com> <3cef02cc-fc6a-4570-c374-6f8c8ee3d192@netfence.it>

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Hi,

On Tue, 4 Dec 2018 08:34:45 +0100
Andrea Venturoli <ml@netfence.it> wrote:

> On 12/4/18 5:23 AM, Erich Dollansky wrote:
> 
> > it seems that we are on the same train. I will go with 12.
> > 
> > The comments here show that Ryzen runs stable now but 12 has some
> > minor problems hopefully becoming fixed before the final release.  
> 
> Thanks for your answer.
> 
> The only problems I remember reading about were about reading thermal 
> data... something I'd gladly have, but can live without.
> 
> Is there something else?
> Do you have any link about this?

I just followed this mailing list and read some random articles. There
seem to be no real stability problems which cannot be explained by other
things like faulty motherboards etc.

Erich



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