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AMD Ryzen 7 1700 + B350 DDR4 Memory Speed Tests

Earlier this week I posted some Ryzen 7 1800X DDR4 memory scaling Linux tests now that MSI pushed out an updated BIOS for that X370 motherboard that allows running the system at higher -- but still rather limited -- DDR4 memory frequencies. Here are some similar tests with my Ryzen 7 1700 and a B350 motherboard.

31 March 2017 - Ryzen 7 1700 DDR4 - 11 Comments
Extra AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Linux Benchmarks

Assuming you have already checked out this morning's Ryzen 7 1800X Linux benchmarks, here are some more data points while putting the finishing touches on the Ryzen 7 Linux gaming benchmarks being published later today.

2 March 2017 - Ryzen 7 1800X - 5 Comments
AMD's Ryzen Will Really Like A Newer Linux Kernel

AMD's Ryzen CPU is finally shipping in a few days! If you are planning to be an early adopter of AMD Ryzen processors, you will really want to be running a newer Linux kernel release for proper support and performance.

26 February 2017 - Ryzen - 77 Comments
GLSL/TGSI On-Disk Shader Cache Lands In Mesa For R600g/RadeonSI

Timothy Arceri who has been working on the Mesa on-disk shader cache for months and most recently began working for Valve on the AMD Linux driver stack has landed support in Mesa 17.1-devel for the GLSL/TGSI on-disk shader cache for the R600g and RadeonSI Gallium3D drivers.

22 February 2017 - Shader Cache Lands - 37 Comments
AMDGPU-PRO 16.60 Released

AMDGPU-PRO 16.60 is now available as the latest version of the hybrid AMDGPU-based Radeon Linux graphics driver stack.

26 January 2017 - AMDGPU-PRO 16.60 - 121 Comments
AMD HSA IL / BRIG Front-End Still Hoping To Get Into GCC 7

For many months now there's been work on an AMD HSA IL front-end for GCC with supporting the BRIG binary form of the Heterogeneous System Architecture Intermediate Language (HSA IL). It's getting late into GCC 7 development and onwards to its final development stage while this new front-end has yet to be merged.

15 January 2017 - GCC HSA - Add A Comment
Linux 4.10 Is Hopefully In Good Shape For AMD Zen / Ryzen Processors

AMD's upcoming Ryzen (Zen) processors appear to be in good enough shape that they are working on the current mainline kernel as far as I can tell based upon limited information available prior to getting my hands on the CPUs or getting any official announcement from AMD, but some Linux kernel patches have yet to be mainlined. The yet-to-be-merged work appears to be more for non-core features and Zen server functionality with those CPUs shipping later than the upcoming Ryzen desktop CPUs.

24 December 2016 - AMD Zen / Ryzen Patches - 9 Comments

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