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Raven Ridge With The Ryzen 5 2400G On Mesa 18.2 + Linux 4.17 Is Finally Stable

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  • Jumbotron
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post

    Unfortunately no. I have no funds for any new hardware purchases and haven't been offered any Ryzen laptop review samples.
    I don't have a Ryzen laptop Michael. But I do have a Lenovo Ideapad laptop with a Bristol Ridge APU ( Carrizo refresh ). Perhaps this could fill in some data gaps from Kaveri based laptops to Ryzen. I'll be downloading your benchmarking program soon to do my own benchmarks. But, if I can find time to spare it, what would it take for me to ship you my laptop for some benchmarking ? And how long would you need it?

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  • Jumbotron
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    Originally posted by GruenSein View Post

    The Kaveri performance increase does not have anything to do with any general optimization RR could benefit from. The increase in performance was achieved by (finally) enabling all hardware ressources (Was it execution queues? Not sure anymore) which were disabled specifically for Kaveri before. It is doubtful that the situation is or was the same for RR.
    Ok...cool. Thanks for that info !

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Duve View Post
    Hey Micheal.... a request...
    I know that just about everyone is killing for those Desktop APU, but would there be a different between them and laptop APU's? Would be be able to test any Ryzen laptops?
    I am concerned if only because I am shopping around for a new laptop and Ryzen is sounding really good for a linux laptop right now. Unless the APU's have issues.
    Unfortunately no. I have no funds for any new hardware purchases and haven't been offered any Ryzen laptop review samples.

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  • Mark Rose
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    Have you swapped the CPUs to confirm it's the chip?

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  • GruenSein
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    Originally posted by Jumbotron View Post
    Anyway....I also said that perhaps it would be interesting to see how much Mesa 18.2 contributes to this new Raven Ridge's performance. Recently it was shown how much the older Kaveri's performance improved by moving to Mesa 18.2. Could we see this same test but with Mesa 18.0.x, 18.1.x and 18.2.x ?
    The Kaveri performance increase does not have anything to do with any general optimization RR could benefit from. The increase in performance was achieved by (finally) enabling all hardware ressources (Was it execution queues? Not sure anymore) which were disabled specifically for Kaveri before. It is doubtful that the situation is or was the same for RR.

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  • Duve
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    Hey Micheal.... a request...
    I know that just about everyone is killing for those Desktop APU, but would there be a different between them and laptop APU's? Would be be able to test any Ryzen laptops?
    I am concerned if only because I am shopping around for a new laptop and Ryzen is sounding really good for a linux laptop right now. Unless the APU's have issues.

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  • Jumbotron
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    Let's try this again. I was unapproved as the first commenter. I originally said that the Raven Ridge now de$!roys ! Perhaps the web site did not like that word.

    Anyway....I also said that perhaps it would be interesting to see how much Mesa 18.2 contributes to this new Raven Ridge's performance. Recently it was shown how much the older Kaveri's performance improved by moving to Mesa 18.2. Could we see this same test but with Mesa 18.0.x, 18.1.x and 18.2.x ?

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  • pinguinpc
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    Originally posted by neatnoise View Post

    Integrated GPU's don't have dedicated memory, they use RAM memory.
    Yeah for this reason actual system shared memory dont enough, especially notorious at 1080p

    HBM* could solve this and performance must be up at 1080p

    *Only need HBM with bandwith upper to 80gb/s to improve

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  • davidbepo
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    my 2400g has been almost stable for one month now

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  • neatnoise
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    Originally posted by pinguinpc View Post
    Michael

    Thanks for tests

    However can add 720p tests because 1080p is too much for this apus (maybe when fix memory bandwith: HBM?)

    Integrated GPU's don't have dedicated memory, they use RAM memory.

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