Following a successful vote on Twitter, Gabe Aul has mentioned that the next Windows 10 Insider Preview build will be released to fast ring users very soon, even though it has an issue that causes the Spartan browser to crash frequently on machines running AMD's range of Radeon GPUs. Aul advised users with AMD hardware that do not want to receive the update to switch to the slow ring for the time being, with Microsoft working closely with AMD to resolve the issue.
Hey #WindowsInsiders using AMD GPUs! We have a GREAT build in hand, but seeing frequent crashes in Spartan with AMD on it. Release it or no?— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) May 20, 2015
@Studio384 We're working with awesome AMD team on new drivers which should fix, but probably a week out. Would go to Fast ring only.— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) May 20, 2015
The Spartan browser (which will be re-branded to Edge in an upcoming build) crash issue on AMD's Radeon range of GPUs will be documented in the build's release notes. Other than that, there doesn't seem to be any other bugs in the build, with Aul noting that it offers "pretty buttery goodness" featuring "many improvements."
@GabeAul Okay, the "ayes" have it. We'll roll this one out and relnote the prob. Need to go offline now and do some prep - see you in the AM— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) May 20, 2015
While there isn't a definite timeline as to when we'll see the new build, it is fair to assume that build 10122 will be made available sometime later this week.
Source: Twitter (Gabe Aul)