Our recent research (as well as observations of our colleagues and users, who already tried these processors) proves that it's practically impossible to find real applications to detect the notorious TLB error in the first revision of Phenom processors on Agena core.
Everything works fine! We can only guess why AMD made such a fuss about this bug and reduced the scope of CPU deliveries until the new revision.
Perhaps, the company did not have enough time for thorough tests, engineers were afraid that the bug could really show up somewhere, and the fact that a bug was detected by a user instead of the manufacturer could have a negative effect on reputation.
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