Dear Linux users,
CoreFreq for Ryzen is in progress.
Any test with ThreadRipper, EPYC, first & second gen, also mobile, will be greatly appreciated
CoreFreq is a CPU monitoring software designed for the 64-bits Processors; available as an open-source code software.
To clarify, the message targets more developers who wish to contribute to the source code with hardware families from 10h up to 17h in many fields such as P-States, C-States & boost frequencies, cores & caches topology, voltages & temperatures, DRAM geometry and many other processor features.
Like I previously posted, this question or Post is better suited for General Discussion.
Or maybe at Linux Forums.
Edit: 06/06/2018 - You mentioned you wanted input about the software and is mainly for Developers. This is AMD website where you can probably get the answers you want: Devgurus .
Copied from Devgurus Website:
DevGurus is a community of software developers using AMD technology, and industry standards supported by AMD.
Developers can post in any of the forums within DevGurus. If you don't find a good fit for your topic in one of the sub-forums, then please put it in the General Discussions forum. The particular DevGurus space is for questions about DevGurus itself.
If you are a newcomer, you can post only in the Newcomers Start Here forum. Here's why.
DevGurus is a walled garden within the larger AMD Community. The "Newcomers Start Here" forum is moderated, to protect our members from spam. A real human being will read your post to make sure it is appropriate for our developers. Once we see that you really are a developer, we will add you to the whitelist you so you can post anywhere.