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  • Linux 6.0 Has Temperature Monitoring For Upcoming AMD CPUs, MWAIT For HPC Customers

    Phoronix: Linux 6.0 Has Temperature Monitoring For Upcoming AMD CPUs, MWAIT For HPC Customers

    Among the early pull requests for the now-open Linux 6.0 merge window (nee Linux 5.20) are a few AMD additions worth mentioning...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-...re-AMD-k10temp

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    that's great and all to have cpu temperature support for zen 4 but will we ever get back all the other stuff we have been missing on zen processors for sensor support? like power usage? i've whined about it before in the past, but its pretty disappointing we don't have basic feature parity with amd's own offical ryzen master on windows... valve has done a lot to help linux grow thanks to promoting it as a gaming platform. and there is so much other niches linux can get into. like overclocking. not just power users or gamers like monitoring, but overclockers too. keep drawing in that market, and you'll keep growing linux. you'll keep getting more peripheral support and hardware support just from the gamer and overclocking side of things. as silly as it may sound, but sensor support will help in this regard. its a must.

    i'd love to watch people like buildzoid on actual hardcore overclocking using linux while he does liquid nitrogen overclocking on ram lol.

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      Zenpower3 has power usage stats on Zen 3. Probably the same for previous generations (not sure about Zen 1). Of course, it's an out of three module; the zenpower module included in the kernel is the older version which I think no longer sees updates. Which by the way... zenpower vs. k10temp. What will be the way forward?
      But yeah, kind of silly that we still have no proper Ryzen Master on Linux. Motherboard sensors are also a sour situation, even if some recent headway is being made with certain Asus based AM4 boards. I have long given up on this however, as I think we will just never have the same level of support as Windows in this regard.

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