AMD found the root problem causing its new Ryzen processors to freeze desktops
Monday, 20 March 2017 AMD confirmed it discovered the root problem causing its three new Ryzen processors to crash desktops. The problem stemmed from Ryzen's support of the FMA3 instruction set, which could trigger a crash by simple user-level apps.
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