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  • AMD Sends Out Linux Temperature Driver Patches For Zen 2 CPUs

    Phoronix: AMD Sends Out Linux Temperature Driver Patches For Zen 2 CPUs

    It looks like my report on AMD kicking off Zen 2 Linux enablement from last month is panning out. Earlier this week they posted the initial AMD Zen 2 "znver2" support for the GCC compiler and they are ending the week back in kernel space with an updated hardware monitoring driver for being able to report the CPU core temperatures of these CPUs shipping in 2019...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ux-Temp-Driver

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    They aren't dawdling with the temperature sensor this time.

    (Still waiting for some Coreboot-things to happen, though.)
    Stop TCPA, stupid software patents and corrupt politicians!

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      By the way, any news on the motherboard sensor front? I'll quote https://github.com/nagisa/msi-rgb/is...ment-362882084

      Currently, the new NCT6795D sensors are not directly supported by Linux.
      Fortunately, they are compatible with NCT6775, which is supported.
      This bit of voodoo will magically enable all your sensors.
      sudo /sbin/modprobe nct6775 force_id=0xd120
      It would be great if it was working out of the box.

      Also, any idea why sleep/resume has never worked on my 2700X + R9 Fury? When trying to resume, the CPU diagnostic LED lights up on the motherboard...

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