CPU Moderator, VC&G Moderator, Elite Member
- May 16, 2002
I think I said it somewhere, but the reason for win 10 is Ryzen master, and other tools to look at heat, temps, etc are not available in Linux(at least Ryzen master for sure) So I have to use that to OC, get it stable and work out problems. THEN, I install Linux for my working setup.Indeed, preview was a poor choice of words. Given that I got my current system up and running in much the same way, I can say that Windows 7, at least, gets pretty cranky pretty early on. I think I didn't have a completely working system prior to buying a key and doing a proper install. What I meant was that I haven't lived with the restrictions of WLS, had only a vague idea of what they were, and I was curious what drove you towards dual boot. The Phoronix article about scaling might be the deciding factor for me, but as I'll mostly be doing I/O & compiling vs video work in Linux, it's not the total deal sealer. Hence my curiosity.