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  1. The Aion game client crashes on my high end AMD-based system. System configuration: CPU AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X - 16 core. Not overclocked. Memory: 64GB across 4-channels Video: NVidia 1070 GTX Installation HDD: Samsung 840EVO SSD - 1TB Windows 10 Pro version 1709 (Fall Creators Edition) Problem symptoms. In Ryzen Master creator mode (16 cores, UMA memory Access, Legacy Mode OFF) game will crash 100% of the time before reaching the login screen. In Ryzen Master game mode (8 cores, NUMA memory Access, Legacy Mode ON) game runs normally. Why is this a problem? While running your game, my system CPU process handling in in effect halved reducing my ability to multitask - The reason I use such a high end processor. I need to reboot my system to switch operating modes. This is an annoyance since your game is the only one I have to do this with. Please address this problem since it will become more of a problem as technology advances. Game software must not make assumptions about the hardware platforms it will run on.
  2. I recently upgraded my hardware to an AMD Ryzen Threadripper-based platform. I had run Aion previously on an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X without any problems at all. However as soon as I moved up to the Threadripper 1950X processor I found that Aion would crash in cryengine.dll while showing the opening banner while launching regardless of running in 16 or 32-bit mode. Concerned that a recently installed device driver or windows patch might have caused the issue I uninstalled drivers and patches that happened over the last few weeks. It was a very time-consuming and tedious process. Here is what I found: None fo th4e software or patches - even the recent meltdown and spectre patches were causing the issue. It turns out that Aion refuses to run in AMD Ryzen "Creator" mode - only for the 12 and 16 core processors. The Threadripper has absolutely no problem at all with creator mode and Aion. So if you are running one of these high end AMD processors, save yourself a lot of frustration and time by using AMD's Ryzen Master to switch your system to Game Mode first.