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  1. Definitely want to thank people for the feedback on this topic! .... so I shall! Thank you!
  2. Oooooh~ Aaaahh~ Okay, so... that picture brings up an interesting question... It seems that the only element not represented in this naming structure is the Zen version number... yes? (e.g.: Zen, Zen 2, Zen 3.)
  3. Hey, thanks! Here's where I'm seeing I and B: And E is under Ryzen 2000 series...
  4. e.g.: Ryzen 7 PRO 2700X Wikipedia's Ryzen entry seems to have no cheat-sheet on the subject, but here are the combinations found on the page: AF = B = E = G = (Seem to be for APUs only) GE = (Seem to be for APUs only) H = HS = I = U = (Seem to be for mobile processors only) WX = X = PRO = No-letter = My questions are, what word/concept do the letters literally stand for? What do they imply? What (type of) processors are they applied to? What do they do?
  5. Does anyone happen to have an idea of why this might be (before the thread gets buried?)
  6. Hmmmmm.... So why did Linus specifically single out the 3950x if they all can support ECC memory?
  7. Workstation build! X570 Chipset, lots of RAM, lots of GPU, lots of NVMe SSD. The reason I ask is because a single sentence Linus said in his Ryzen 9 3950x review video at 8:50 minutes in: This made me question what happens with ECC memory on chips that don't support it? But... If everyone seems to say it's more on the chipset/mobo, what does the chip have to do with it? Is there a compatibility chart? If there is no chart, then compatibility maybe isn't that bad of an issue. Maybe it just ignores the extra parity bits? Who knows!? I sure don't, thus why I ask. I can anticipate someone asking "Why not just buy the 3950x if that's what you're looking to build?" With the Zen3 4000 Desktop chips 4–6 months away (which are anticipated to blow Zen2 out of the water) I do not want to spend money on a high end chip right now. My plan is to get a decently running APU ~ >$200'ish to tide me over, but I need to make sure the thing will work with ECC memory Thus, the question!
  8. Trying to plan a PC build. Is there an easy to view reference chart for AMD Ryzen [0] CPU ECC memory support? How can a consumer know which chip supports what type(s) of DRAM? I'm aware of the Ryzen DRAM calculator. Does that tool offer data on ECC memory? I'm on Linux so have not been able to use it. EDIT: (Sorry, meant CPU, not APU)
  9. The last informational video Linus made about M.2, U.2, etc, was three years ago in 2017. While his video cleared up confusion on certain subjects, it's hard to gauge what is or isn't still accurate. I would really be interested for him to bring us up to speed on the advancements made. The technology was still in chaotic adoption mode at that time, and things are still changing so rapidly. Market share is different, benchmarks, you name it. People are figuring out ways to hotswap M.2. Would be interested to see if there are any latency problems with M.2-to-U.2 adapters. RAID discussion would also be nice. Discussing the options for consumer vs. enterprise markets would be excellent.
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