I always see people asking whether AMD is not stable with Intel, and whether AMD has many bugs.
As a loyal intel user for more than 20 years, he has basically used it in every generation. There are still 20 Intel platforms in the current personal computers in service. I started using AMD Ryzen R9 5950X and Thread Tearer 3990X this year. Apart from the performance improvement, I really didn’t feel any difference, nor encountered any instability.
In 2021, the Ryzen platform has also developed to the fourth-generation 5000 series, but why so many people on the Internet have not even tried it but still think that AMD is not stable with Intel. Is it stable and unstable not relying on facts but only feelings? All people and things in this world are constantly evolving and changing, shouldn’t their opinions also be?
Below I post the configuration and running points of the two AMD platforms I built this year. Everyone is welcome to discuss actively.
There are about 70+ machines installed on the amd platform in my remote guidance, and there are probably 50+ amd books. Statistics about the rollover points are as follows: 1. Randomly change the installation plan I made 2. Xiaobai vigorously worked out a miracle and led to amd Pga broken pins, including poor contact during the process of pulling out the radiator/transportation 3. The motherboard studs are incorrectly installed/missing 4. The radiator fan is installed reversely/silicone grease is not nine-point method (for zen2/3) 5. The power supply line is connected incorrectly, especially when using a high-power graphics card/power supply. The pcie power supply line uses a single-line double-head. 6. The memory is not installed in the a2/b2 position. 7. There is a bug in the first bios/core display driver, and it is not updated in the later period 8. /Memory overclocking, including incorrect setting of pbo9. Use 3600 memory without checking the compatibility list before making the installation plan, especially djr, which eats voltage. 10. When installing the system, use the old version of win10, and the uefi boot 97 is not set correctly. Missing installation of bridge driver 11. Mainboard lamp control causes frequency lock/water cooling drive causes unity crash/MSI small plane or game add causes honey juice frequency lock and a series of supernatural software compatibility issues 12. When upgrading the a card driver, directly overwrite the installation, It is not recommended to open xmp and virtualization in ddu13.bios, which disturbs other bios options. 14. The notebook side does not use the manufacturer’s accessory software correctly. 15. The notebook side factory oem core display driver is different from the core display driver provided by the amd official website. In summary, it can be seen that, in fact, all kinds of magical installation/third-party software compatibility issues are causing the overturn. The latter is even more terrible to solve. I have encountered nzxt cam causing the unity editor to crash. At first, the owner thought that 69xt compatibility was not good, so he changed 3090 in one breath, but the final reason was that there was no water cooling conflict. Who is it, the assembly machine itself has relatively big compatibility problems. Motherboards/memory/solid state/graphics cards, and even various heat dissipation/usb devices will have strange compatibility problems, but now some people think about these problems. The blame is all on the agricultural enterprise. Knowing that the old wolf mentioned one point, I agree with it. In terms of bios compatibility/driver compatibility, there is still a gap between amd and intel. The size of the companies on both sides is large, and the manpower to optimize compatibility is naturally poor. I also added Xiangmo’s answer from downstairs. Our setup process is basically for installation, which is the icing on the cake. Most of the settings are optimized based on my own experience. In fact, the update of win10 can also cover most of the amd. Driver, but whether it is amd or intel, if you want the most comprehensive driver, you still have to go to the two official websites/motherboard/notebook official websites to find them slowly. It is difficult to stop Xiaobai from dying, but it is still difficult to add at the end of the article. The real problem with amd is related to the verification. Every time the first low-voltage/standard-voltage notebook U has more or less driver/bios bugs, it will be repaired as soon as possible. It takes a few months to fix it, which is very troublesome. On the contrary, it is the cpu that does not have a core display and will not cause the first bios to be completely unusable (except for the zen generation, the problem is really big when the zen is first released)