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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    What are you lot using all that CPU power for?, My fx8350 is capable of running 2 or 3 Vm's and doing builds + browsing or watching media at the same time.
    SSD is OK, NVMe is much faster even with PCIe gen2.

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               bits: 64 gcc: 7.2.1
               Desktop: Cinnamon 3.6.2 (Gtk 3.22.26) dm: lightdm
               Distro: Fedora release 28 (Rawhide)
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               Mobo: Gigabyte model: GA-990X-Gaming SLI-CF v: x.x serial: N/A
               BIOS: American Megatrends v: F1 date: 01/28/2016
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               model: Logitech Wireless Mouse M525 serial: <filter>status: Discharging
    CPU:       Octa core AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core (-MCP-)
               arch: Bulldozer rev.0 cache: 16384 KB
               
               flags: (lm nx sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 sse4a ssse3 svm) bmips: 72333
               clock speeds: min/max: 1400/4500 MHz 1: 1400 MHz 2: 1400 MHz
               3: 1400 MHz 4: 4500 MHz 5: 1400 MHz 6: 1400 MHz 7: 1400 MHz
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    Graphics:  Card: NVIDIA GK106 [GeForce GTX 660]
               bus-ID: 01:00.0 chip-ID: 10de:11c0
               Display Server: x11 (X.org 119.5 )
               drivers: nvidia (unloaded: modesetting,fbdev,vesa,nouveau)
               Resolution: 3840x2160@60.00hz
               OpenGL: renderer: GeForce GTX 660/PCIe/SSE2
               version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 387.22 Direct Render: Yes
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               Card-2 Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA)
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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    Quote Originally Posted by leigh123linux
    What are you lot using all that CPU power for?, My fx8350 is capable of running 2 or 3 Vm's and doing builds + browsing or watching media at the same time.
    SSD is OK, NVMe is much faster even with PCIe gen2.
    Same. Running a few VMs. I actually have a bulldozer processor too. But I think is time for an upgrade, plus I always pass the CPU and Mobo to the little brother. He will be getting an upgrade from a Phenom II 4 core to an 8 core. That's a good upgrade for him, I think.

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    Quote Originally Posted by leigh123linux
    What are you lot using all that CPU power for?, My fx8350 is capable of running 2 or 3 Vm's and doing builds + browsing or watching media at the same time.
    Very good point!

    As I predicated in my initial post, I was perfectly happy with my (FX 8350 + RX 480)--UNTIL I switched to this Ryzen 7 1700 machine (along with RX 550).

    Again, as I mentioned prior, the main factor is Costco's price. I "think" I was also interested in trying the new AM4 chipset.

    I am very thrifty on everything else. As an enthusiastic (but very disappointed) amd supporter for so many years, this is a total vindication. $599 bought me a lot of happiness; worth every penny!

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    What are you lot using all that CPU power for?, My fx8350 is capable of running 2 or 3 Vm's and doing builds + browsing or watching media at the same time.
    My VM performance was sadly lacking in my old system. I had bought an fx8350 + 990FXA-UD5 motherboard + 32G of ram awhile back, but couldn't get the motherboard to work with the processor. Stuck a Phenom x4 in it and it worked fine, so wasn't the MB... But the VM performance was lacking. So when Ryzen was released, jumped on it. Glad I did. Low power, runs cooler, and VMs run acceptably on it. For everything else the old processor was good enough. Besides the VMs, I use it for programming (I am a programmer by trade) cross/native compiling, browsing, and video mainly. Of course, the other reason is ,,, I plainly like to build a new system! Fun to try out some new hardware now and then. Next up will be a 500G SSD for /home data. Right now /home sits on a 1TB HDD, but you can noticeably feel the lag when loading VMs from it (See, THAT'S a problem once you get 'used' to SSD speeds!!! ) . Yep ... just for 'fun'. OS is on 256G SSD. BTW, I am not a gamer (in sense it is defined now). Never have been. Played a few back in school days when space invaders/pacman/defender was 'cool'. Recall playing a little Chess, Tetris, Pinball over the years. That's about it.
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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    I actually had planned to build my own Ryzen system, but this CPU was just too new. Costco has an excellent return polity. But the sale price was an overriding factor.

    WRT VM, I have not run VM on this machine yet. But I have been migrating all my vm's (VirtualBox 5.1.x) to a 128 GB SanDisk Extreme Pro. The difference over an HD is almost that bt day and night.

    But I am most looking forward to the Ryzen Mobil hybrid chips so I replace all my Intel notebooks.

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    Well black Friday is almost here. I noticed a drop in prices for AMD. But the Intel has not drop...
    I have always stick with AMD/ATI and I wanted to try a Intel/Nvidia for a change...

    I'll keep my eyes opened

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    All I'm really after is a new gamepad. Probably another XBox 360 wired or wireless with USB receiver but I'm considering a Logitech F710 instead. They are all roughly the same price at the moment.

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    With my ddr2 system and 8 gigs ram, It is faster for me to use a spare drive and do a proper installation thereon. Running vm on my system (ram is at 835mhz) is sloooww. I could go for coffee before getting good useful results.

    As it is now, I am awaiting the post office for delivery of my 1700. It should arrive on Monday. Amazon tells me it was shipped.
    Leslie in Montreal

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    But I have been migrating all my vm's (VirtualBox 5.1.x) to a 128 GB SanDisk Extreme Pro. The difference over an HD is almost that bt day and night.
    You are sooo o right! This morning before work I rsync'ed my /home HDD to an available 256G SSD I had hanging around. There was only 56G of data to move. At lunch, I did a quick change-out. Wow, it is like day and night. VMs snap right up, apps load quick under the VM. No going back now!!!!

    Only thing I have going on that I have to figure out with Fedora is when I pull up a terminal it goes to / rather than /home/rclark now. Permissions all look ok. fstab looks ok. /home/rclark exists, data is all there... cd ~ goes to the right place. Anyway, chase this tonight...

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    Hi RC

    My Ryzen 1700 needs a motherboard. Are you satisfied with the one you selected? Would you have chosen another? And as for Ram memory, would you have made some changes there too?
    Leslie in Montreal

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    I am satisfied with my GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3 motherboard. I wanted a mid tier board and this fit the bill. Looking 'long' term, I maybe should have went with a X370 chipset MB (I think a read of Linux Support problems with this chip set however) rather than the B350, but what I use the system for probably makes no difference. Gigabyte boards have worked for me .. so far. I know there are lemons out there though. As for memory, yes, make double sure it is completely compatible with Ryzen. Also don't do, like me, and get 32G all at once. Buy at most 16G and see how it works first! That's my opinion. Also I was in a hurry and bought 2133 speed DDR4. Didn't notice until I got it. Next time I'll research a bit more, spend more time looking before pressing the buy button! I'd also try to get closer to the 3000 speed capable RAM. Just a couple of thoughts....

    {edited 11/25/17 } Well guys, I started working with my embedded systems a last night and could not get the Arduino IDE to work properly within Fedora 27. Since one of my hobbies is working with Arduinos and Raspberry PIs, this was unacceptable. So, early this morning, I installed LUbuntu 17.10 over the top of Fedora 27 (sorry guys). Arduino IDE runs on this distro and is a newer version of it as well. Compiled and downloaded a sketch to an Arduino no problem so back in business. As a side note, I don't think it even took 30 minutes to install and get back pretty much where I needed to be (I still recall the day where I had a stack of floppies to load Linux). All the essentials are working.
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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    On Nov 16th, I bought the 1700 cpu. Tomorrow Nov 27, it is supposed to arrive. The vendor had committed to 3 days delivery. The tracking says "Parcel has been in the Post office for one week".
    So, I am wondering if I am really getting what I ordered. Because it is taking so long to arrive. I intend to open the parcel at the post office to confirm that what I ordered is what I am receiving. I have read only good things about Amazon and expect that everything is Up and Up.

    Richard, thanks for the advice re RAM and MB. I will be purchasing 2x8gigs 1500 speed. I most likely will go with ASUS or MSI for the MB. I want a MB with at least 1 M type SSD and 4 Sata slots.
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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    Quote Originally Posted by lsatenstein
    On Nov 16th, I bought the 1700 cpu. Tomorrow Nov 27, it is supposed to arrive. The vendor had committed to 3 days delivery. The tracking says "Parcel has been in the Post office for one week".
    So, I am wondering if I am really getting what I ordered. Because it is taking so long to arrive. I intend to open the parcel at the post office to confirm that what I ordered is what I am receiving. I have read only good things about Amazon and expect that everything is Up and Up.

    Richard, thanks for the advice re RAM and MB. I will be purchasing 2x8gigs 1500 speed. I most likely will go with ASUS or MSI for the MB. I want a MB with at least 1 M type SSD and 4 Sata slots.
    vendor=amazon or marketplace? either way if it turns out not to be legit you can claim a refund via amazon. never communicate with the vendor by any other means or you are no longer covered

    You can file a claim when all of the following applies:
    1. You have contacted the seller through Your Account.
    2. You have waited two business days for a response.
    3. Your request meets one of our A-to-z Guarantee conditions below.


    • The seller failed to deliver the item by 3 calendar days past the maximum estimated delivery date or 30 days from the order date, whichever is sooner.
    • The item you received was damaged, defective, materially different, or you changed your mind and you returned it in line with Amazon's return policy but you have not been refunded or the refunded was in the wrong amount. You must (1) contact the seller within 30 days from receipt of the item (or by the end of any extended return period, e.g. extended holiday return policy, if later) and (2) postmark the return within 14 days from arranging the return with the seller. The refund amount you are entitled to is included below.

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    A. I copied your response to a text file. I still want to open the item in front of the post office clerk. I will have to do so, since there are taxes to pay.
    Leslie in Montreal

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    Re: Running Fedora 26 in Ryzen 7 1700

    Quote Originally Posted by rclark
    could not get the Arduino IDE to work properly within Fedora 27.
    Could that be bc you directly upgraded from F26? Personally I never trusted the direct upgrade process.

    BTW I have used the livecd-iso-to-disk script to "install/burn" F27 into a high-speed SanDisk USB with 4GB (max.) persistence.

    No problem so far & this thing (Ryzen + RX550 + amdgpu + Fedora 27 + SSD) flies!

    I can also rsync the home.img and the overlay files to another start-up USB. A very convenient to backup and/or mirror an active (USB-based) system. No down time.

    <edit> I still don't know how to upgrade the Linux kernel on the Live USB without scwing up the disk.
    Last edited by pingwu; 26th November 2017 at 07:21 PM.

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