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GPGPU test fails on 1950X CPU (4x GTX1070)

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gppu test fail on 1950x CPU

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On second run CPU test is passing but GPU benchmark looks like values are only for 1 gtx1070 instead of 4 .

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It looks like a memory leak or memory corruption issue -- due to a software bug in AIDA64 GPGPU benchmarks, not due to a hardware issue about your computer.  Please give us a few days to try and reproduce the issue on our own test systems, find the bug, and fix it up.  I'll let you know in this topic how it goes.

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