AMD Ryzen/Threadripper Windows 7 100% compatible configurations

Discussion in 'AMD Processors' started by spacedrone808, Dec 30, 2017.

  1. spacedrone808

    spacedrone808 [H]Lite

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    ONLY 100% working configurations should be posted.
    Not just "i tried it and it runs stable for 24H", this is not an option.
    Only production environments without any glitches.
    Please, no junk messages. Only config reports.

    Here is mine for example:
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700 OC 3.8Ghz | Gigabyte GA-AX370 | 64GB RAM DDR4 | 512Gb Samsung 960 EVO NVME | 2x WDC 1Tb HDD 10K RPM RAID0 256Mb Cache | Power Color AMD Vega RX 64 8 Gb VRAM | 650Watt SeaSonic | NEC PA242W | Windows 7 SP2+ x64 ENG

    MAINSTREAM JOBS'N'TASKS:
    Image editing [Photoshop]
    3D rendering [Blender]
    Music composing [Renoise]


    Later on i will compile some sort of chart, for better visual representation.
    I hope that collected information will be useful for wide range of people who are interested in high performance Windows 7 workstations.
     
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  2. shawn156

    shawn156 n00b

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    there is a Win 7 D1 pci.sys issue in every X399 motherboard it seems that threadripper can install Win 7 Sp2 fine , but its HDD will failing with D1 BSOD every time when i try to copy thing larger than 10 Gigs
    AMD Ryzen threadripper 1920X OC 4.0Ghz | Gigabyte gaming 7 X399 | 16GB RAM DDR4 | 1TB Seagate HDD | kington Fury X 16G x1 | 550Watt SeaSonic | Windows 7 SP2+ x64 ENG
     
  3. scojer

    scojer 2[H]4U

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    Out of curiosity, what brand RAM are you guys using?
     
  4. spacedrone808

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    Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK64GX4M4A2666C16
     
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  5. spacedrone808

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    Are you sure that every mobo is affected?