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GunsMadeAmericaFree

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Remind me what CPU and GPU you are playing on right now?
2 I5 3470 based systems with low profile 4GB RX 550 video cards, and 1 Ryzen 5 5500 tower, also with RX 550 video card. The video is overkill for any of the games we play, the vast majority of which are casual 2D titles. (most recently, I played Age of Fear 4, and now I'm playing Space Run) The only ones my kids play with really much of any 3D are Marvel Lego Superheroes, Minecraft, and Spintires, and several other 3D games that are about 10 years old, & would run fine on integrated graphics.

I'm finally going to replace one of the I5 3470 systems. I have 32GB memory, 1TB XD80 SSD, hard drive for additional storage, motherboard, non riplocked DVD drive, a 5 1/4" drive bay stereo speaker set, and a Tower that I've used to build systems since about 2000. Still need to decide on a mouse, mechanical keyboard, power supply & processor. Usually these days I just buy a used desktop PC & upgrade it, but this time I'm actually building my own from parts that I've bought from sales over the past 6 to 8 months.
 

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2 I5 3470 based systems with low profile 4GB RX 550 video cards, and 1 Ryzen 5 5500 tower, also with RX 550 video card. The video is overkill for any of the games we play, the vast majority of which are casual 2D titles. (most recently, I played Age of Fear 4, and now I'm playing Space Run) The only ones my kids play with really much of any 3D are Marvel Lego Superheroes, Minecraft, and Spintires, and several other 3D games that are about 10 years old, & would run fine on integrated graphics.

I'm finally going to replace one of the I5 3470 systems. I have 32GB memory, 1TB XD80 SSD, hard drive for additional storage, motherboard, non riplocked DVD drive, a 5 1/4" drive bay stereo speaker set, and a Tower that I've used to build systems since about 2000. Still need to decide on a mouse, mechanical keyboard, power supply & processor. Usually these days I just buy a used desktop PC & upgrade it, but this time I'm actually building my own from parts that I've bought from sales over the past 6 to 8 months.
I can see why you are taking your time. Everything you guys are playing runs on a potato. Hold out, and keep your eye on the for sale forum. Always great deals like my $115 5600X floating through there. EVGA B stock is a good place to look for PSUs. The BF thru Cyber Monday sales usually have some killer deals too. I picked up a EVGA 850w Bronze semi modular a few years back for $50 shipped off Amazon.
 
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B-Riz

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Has anyone picked up a newer 5800X non 3D, with a 22xx production date?

I am wondering how they do on temps versus the first ones; I have a system primarily used for gaming and web browsing that has an early chip that just runs hot when gaming, even with ECO mode, offset, under-volt, etc.

I have a 2106 5800X I am debating swapping in, but am also thinking about trying a 22xx chip from flea-bay or *maybe* buy a couple from antonline flea-bay and pick the newest one and try it.
 

Noid

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AMD x570 D/L

Wow .. lots of BSOD's out there ?

AMD Ryzen™ Chipset Driver Release Notes 4.11.15.342


Article Number
RN-RYZEN-CHIPSET-4-11-15-342
Release Highlights
  • Bug fixes on few drivers
Known Issues
  • Sometimes custom install fails to upgrade to latest drivers.
  • Text alignment issues may be seen on Russian language.
  • Manual system restart required on Non-English OS after the installation is complete.
  • Uninstall summary log may incorrectly show uninstall status as fail on non-English OS.
Chipset Support
Windows 10Windows 11
AMD WRX80YesYes
AMD TRX40YesYes
AMD X670E / X670YesYes
AMD B650E / B650YesYes
AMD X570YesYes
AMD B550YesYes
AMD A520YesYes
AMD X399YesYes
AMD X470YesYes
AMD B450YesYes
AMD X370YesYes
AMD B350YesYes
AMD A320YesYes
Processor Support
Windows 10Windows 11
AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO ProcessorsYesYes
AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series Desktop ProcessorsYesYes
AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series Desktop ProcessorsYesYes
2nd/3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ ProcessorsYesYes
1st Gen AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ ProcessorsYesNo
2nd/3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ Desktop ProcessorsYesYes
1st Gen AMD Ryzen™ Desktop ProcessorsYesNo
AMD Ryzen™ 3000G/4000G/5000G Series Desktop Processors with Radeon™ GraphicsYesYes
AMD Ryzen™ 2000G Series Desktop Processors with Radeon™ GraphicsYesNo
AMD Ryzen™ Mobile 3000U/C, 4000U/H, 5000U/H/HS, 6000U/H/HS/HX Series Processors with Radeon™ GraphicsYesYes
AMD Ryzen™ Mobile 2000U Series Processors with Radeon™ GraphicsYesNo
7th Gen AMD A-Series ProcessorsYesNo
Package Contents
The AMD Ryzen™ Chipset Driver installation package contains various independent drivers designed to support the following Microsoft® Windows® platforms. Operating System support may vary depending on your specific AMD product
Driver NameWindows
10
Windows
11
Change Details
AMD Ryzen Power Plan / AMD Processor Power Management Support8.0.0.138.0.0.13No change
AMD PCI Device Driver1.0.0.901.0.0.90Bug fixes
AMD I2C Driver1.2.0.1191.2.0.119No change
AMD UART Driver1.2.0.1141.2.0.114No change
AMD GPIO2 Driver2.2.0.1302.2.0.130No change
PT GPIO Driver3.0.0.03.0.0.0No change
AMD PSP Driver5.22.0.05.22.0.0Fixed BSOD 7E while installing the PSP driver
New program support added
AMD IOV Driver1.2.0.52Not ApplicableNo change
AMD SMBUS Driver5.12.0.385.12.0.38No change
AMD AS4 ACPI Driver1.2.0.46Not ApplicableNo change
AMD SFH I2C Driver1.0.0.861.0.0.86No change
AMD USB Filter Driver2.1.11.304Not ApplicableNo change
AMD SFH Driver1.0.0.3321.0.0.332Added support for custom ACS sensor
Report invalid data when sensor is blocked
AMD CIR Driver3.2.4.135Not ApplicableNo change
AMD MicroPEP Driver1.0.39.01.0.39.0Updated .inf file to remove redundant information
Fixed BSOD 0x1CA and 0xA0 seen on Windows® 11 22H2
AMD Wireless Button Driver1.0.0.21.0.0.2No change
AMD PMF-6000 Series Driver22.0.3.022.0.3.0No change
AMD PPM Provisioning File Driver8.0.0.158.0.0.15New program support added
AMD USB4 CM Driver1.0.0.23Not ApplicableBug fix for S0i3 cases
Fix for DP light up with reboot cycles
Fixed BSOD 0x139
AMD AMS Mailbox Driver1.0.0.4951.0.0.495No change
AMD S0i3 Filter Driver1.0.0.161.0.0.16Fix for BSOD during S4 when AMD USB4 CM is involved
 

Markfw

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Lets see... I have 8 x570 motherboards and NO BSODs. No idea what those people with problems are doing, but I don't see it as the chipset.
 
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moinmoin

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The mentions of USB4 make me think it's mostly about Rembrandt. Interesting that those are part of X570 downloads.
 

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