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  • AMD Platform QoS Support For Next-Gen EPYC Processors Landing In Linux 4.21

    Phoronix: AMD Platform QoS Support For Next-Gen EPYC Processors Landing In Linux 4.21

    The AMD Platform QoS support talked about a few months ago on Phoronix is landing for the upcoming Linux 4.21 kernel. While not officially confirmed, this Quality of Service system resource work appears almost surely for the next-generation 7nm EPYC processors coming out in the months ahead...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ing-Linux-4.21

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    I bought a 1700 on release and it's a great CPU. OC'ed since I got it. Im burning a hole in my pocket on zen2 and a big Jump in Ghz. I dont need 16 cores but I might just get them because. Reasons.

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      The last time I've built a system for number munching was in the opteron period dual socket I 326 with maxed memory. Still used it 5 years ago. Now it's time again to build my next dual socket.

      The only thing I know is to be careful with the number of ops per memory fetch. Something current benchmarks are not good at hinting to.

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