Hyper-V would also be interesting for developers working with Visual Studio, while it's needed for some virtualized tests.
I asked similar question on Microsoft's developers forum but no answer yet.
Offical Microsoft page about Hyper-V virtualization says only about VT-x (Intel) without mentioning AMD-V, but going through tons of informations in the Internet it seems that it should work, though I cannot confirm it.
I have a friend who purchased ryzen so waiting on delivery. He's a geek
like me so he's promised to install it and do some test before he puts
Windows 10 on it I'll keep everyone informed.