The university is planning to launch a new schedule builder that allows students to create their own schedules and share them with others.In a blog post, MSU's Scheduling and Scheduling Manager, John P. Clark, wrote that "students will be able to create schedules and upload them to our website, create a schedule for themselves or an entire team."The schedule builder will also allow students to pos...
Posted by TechRadar on January 10, 2019 06:18:00 Aatropos build 2.0.0 for AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors.
It has been released on Aatrotos Github.
This is the build for the Ryzen Threadrapper.
It has been tested on an Intel i7 7700K with a base clock of 3.8GHz and an unlocked multiplier of 16.
It runs at 4.0GHz and 8.8MHz and is rated for 1,500MHz (the highest it can go at).
This build is designed for those who want to try out a new processor or have an overclocked Ryzen CPU to test out the performance of the new Threadrippers.
The build is also designed for anyone that wants to test their Ryzen CPU and is interested in overclocking it, but doesn’t want to spend time building it.
There is a new thread on the Aatros Github for those wanting to get the build running and it has been updated to reflect the Ryzen 1700X changes.
It is called Aatroost build.
The Ryzen Threadropper builds are now available in Aatrós GitHub repository and they are available as a ZIP file and a tarball.
The ZIP file has a lot of changes and it includes a new version of the AATROTOS build, which includes support for the new Ryzen Threadras.
Aatropas build is available for the AOC A4 motherboard.
Some other AMD Ryzen builds are available for a different motherboard:Aatronix Ryzen Threadr7 1800X (2.0) for AMD Athlon 64 X2+ and Phenom II X4 1055/1150 series.
AMD Ryzen ThreadR7 1800 (2) for Athlon 67 X2/X3 series, Athlon 65 X2, and Athlon 62 X2 series.
AMD ThreadR5 1800 (1) for Phenom III X4 1100/1170 series.