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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Linux Performance Boosted By Updated BIOS/AGESA

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    MaxToTheMax
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  • MaxToTheMax
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    Originally posted by trivialfis
    Hi all. I want to assemble an workstation primarily for running machine learning tasks and get rid of Nvidia toolchains. Do you have any suggestions for a list of hardware I can buy? It's just a personal device, industrial level GPU is not planned.
    I think right now you might be completely screwed if you want really good GPGPU capabilities on Linux but you don't want to use NVIDIA and you don't have the budget for a Xeon Phi. You can, however, use OpenCL on NVIDIA hardware and avoid a dependency on CUDA at least.

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  • shmerl
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    @groeck fixed the offset issue in k10temp (you can build it from source, or wait for upstream kernels to pick it up).

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  • leipero
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    Interesting finding, maybe the Linux difference is relevant to the difference some reviewers saw using x3xx boards compared to x4xx boards, in some scenarios, x3xx would outperform x4xx quite a bit, and in most cases it would be a bit in front.

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  • davidbepo
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    Originally posted by rene View Post

    if that is true, I find it pretty unprofessional and confusing. Which sane company would "reset" a platform's firmware version number? This makes no sense to me and only loads to unnecessary confusion. And I'm saying this as AMD fan, … :-/
    agreed, also i can confirm that it is indeed that way

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  • fernie
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  • fernie
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    Originally posted by shmerl View Post
    Thanks for the link! Looks like someone else also has the same 60C offset with MSI Mortar, and there was example how to adjust that with sensors conf

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  • fernie
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  • fernie
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    Originally posted by shmerl View Post

    What motherboard do you have? Some noted, that they get the weird 60°C offset. I get only 10°C.
    MSI B350M Mortar. Latest bios has AGESA 1.0.0.1a, hopefully they release new bios with .2a soon to see if it makes any difference for that..

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  • shmerl
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  • shmerl
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    Originally posted by Sloth View Post

    I have a Crosshair VI with BIOS 6101. Looks like ~60C to me.
    Can you comment here please: https://github.com/groeck/lm-sensors/issues/101

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  • Sloth
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  • Sloth
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    Originally posted by shmerl View Post

    What motherboard do you have? Some noted, that they get the weird 60°C offset. I get only 10°C.
    I have a Crosshair VI with BIOS 6101. Looks like ~60C to me.

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  • Stoatally
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  • Stoatally
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    Originally posted by xorbe View Post

    That's from Aug 2017 (original Ryzen). edit: Ah, I see a 2xxx APU mentioned, but pretty sure I read about Linux teething issues elsewhere already. But I don't see 2700, 2600 mentioned.
    He's asking if Michael would be able to help them out by checking to see if the 2700/2600 are affected.

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  • rene
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  • rene
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    Originally posted by eydee View Post

    That was RavenPI, and the current one is PinnaclePI. They reset the version number to 1.0.0.0 when support for the new gen was added.
    if that is true, I find it pretty unprofessional and confusing. Which sane company would "reset" a platform's firmware version number? This makes no sense to me and only loads to unnecessary confusion. And I'm saying this as AMD fan, … :-/

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