AMD Ryzen also seems to have a similar bug, related to hyperthreading that happens only in very special circumstances.
Quite a few Ryzen users have experienced instability problems during heavy compilation loads under Linux, especially those using compile-based distros such as Gentoo, but also under the Ubuntu subsystem on Windows.
There has been some debate whether the problems would have been caused by an actual bug, or if the people who experienced them simply had an unstable overclock - the latter being something that has also cropped up in forums recently.
Matthew Dillon, of Dragonfly BSD fame (and Amiga fame before that...) does believe that he has found a reproducible bug. He sent a test case about it to AMD in April.
This is not the first time Dillon has found a hardware bug in a AMD CPU. He found one for an earlier AMD CPU back in 2012 which was fixed in a microcode update.
I expect this to be fixed in a BIOS/microcode update soon, if not already in AGESA 18.104.22.168 - but I have yet to see any confirmation that it would have been fixed.