That wasn't a scheduler issue though. That was HT just not being fully baked.
People should stay out of these threads if you know fuck all about hardware. You aren't fooling anyone!
Title says Microsoft Windows bug.
Article says Microsoft is working on a fix for Windows.
2 posters mention HT issues have happened before with both AMD and Intel involving Microsoft.
Yet the lynch mob wants to storm AMD.
Maybe the "lynch mob" understands hardware a little better than you do. There is no "bug" in Windows, it detects hyperthreaded cores exactly the way it is supposed to. Of course Microsoft is working on a fix, they have to update the OS to detect these new Ryzen cores properly.
If I release a new piece of hardware tomorrow without telling MS how it works, is it their fault that their OS doesn't magically detect my new hardware calls... or mine
AMD's fault for not getting the OS support inline before launching their fucked up product. It's clearly
not MS's fault that AMD released hardware that doesn't fucking work right
. At no point could AMD have ever thought they were getting the full performance of their new CPU when they released it to reviewers.
Maybe it's time for some introspective, why are you so willing to make excuses for AMD for fucking this up? We all want better competition in the CPU market, but MS isn't your personal punching bag just because you want
something to be true..