Microsoft said that ALL new CPUs starting with Kaby Lake and Ryzen would not be supported by Windows 10. That includes EPYC.
What about AMD 7th gen. Bristol Ridge CPU? Do they all have the same faith as Ryzen, which is not recommended for Win7?
AMD 7th gen. Bristo Ridge CPU:
APU A6-A12-9000 series
Athlon x4 900 series
hey Guys Recently built a new Ryzen 7 1800 system with dual boot - Win7&Win10.
Everything seems OK but when I use Prime 95 'Blend' to test it for stability the system crashes almost instantly in Windows 7, I am able to pass Prime95 'Blend' testing in Windows 10, with the same latest version of Prime 95 its 100% stable.
My main board is Asrock 370 taichi with BIOS 3.4, also tried 3.6 and beta 3.7 same results
Memory is at 2933Mhz and lowering it to 2133Mhz doesn't help, so I assume that's not the problem.
I will appreciate any help or sharing your experience with similar configuration.
Its because of the instability of windows 7 when it was first annonced it was fine but actually it had many background problems also security problems they could of ddosed you only from going in to skype now its not like that and windows 10 is more secured and stable thats why it can run also on phones and tablets.Dont think you will be better on win7 win8 was more like experiment to see how far they can go with it and SPOILER ALERT!! Didnt work .