AMD Linux CPU Temperature Driver Sees Latest Patches For Zen 4 & Likely Mendocino

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One of my personal gripes with AMD’s Zen CPU support on Linux has been the lack of timely support for CPU temperature monitoring with their “k10temp” driver. Even though usually just new IDs are often needed and sometimes needing to adjust offsets or other minor changes, it has traditionally been done post-launch and sometimes left up to patches from the open-source community. Thankfully that has been changing and with Zen 4 it looks like that support will be ready for launch-day with the mainline Linux kernel…

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