AMD has reportedly released new AGESA Microcode for Ryzen

AMD has reportedly released new AGESA Microcode for Ryzen

AMD has reportedly released new AGESA Microcode for Ryzen

AMD has reportedly released new AGESA Microcode for Ryzen

 
AMD has reportedly released new AGESA Microcode for Ryzen, which is designed to improve RAM compatibility on their AM4 platform. This new code should soon be released in new UEFI/BIOS files for AM4 motherboard soon, though this will depend on how long it takes motherboard makers to add this new code to their next UEFI/BIOS releases. 


As always, we recommend that users use best practices when updating their UEFI/BIOS, updating within your UEFI and not your OS using a memory stick with the new BIOS files. Your motherboard manufacturer will have guides on how to update your BIOS in the safest possible way.     

 

AMD has reportedly released new AGESA Microcode for Ryzen

 

AMD's Generic Encapsulated Software Architecture (AGESA), is a protocol that is used on AMD64 mainboards to initialise the system. This software is responsible for the initialization of CPU cores, memory and HyperTransport controllers, which should mean that this new microcode will improve DDR4 memory support. 

 

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21-03-2017, 07:13:00

AdmiralDonut
Fingers crossed this means 4GHz support then. Would be nice.Quote

21-03-2017, 08:02:22

Dark NighT
Hoping this will fix my stability issues.Quote

21-03-2017, 08:33:13

Avet
I doubt it will hit 4GHz on memory. To many cores. X99 can't do it. It gets all wonky above 3.4GHz. But compatibility and stability are more than welcome. Probably it will get some optimizations. Ryzen has way more to give. Quote

21-03-2017, 08:59:37

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
I doubt it will hit 4GHz on memory. To many cores. X99 can't do it. It gets all wonky above 3.4GHz. But compatibility and stability are more than welcome. Probably it will get some optimizations. Ryzen has way more to give.
Only time will tell. better compatibility would be very welcome and stop a lot of the early issues. Be nice if it can match Z170 for memory speed though....Quote

21-03-2017, 10:28:34

Avet
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Only time will tell. better compatibility would be very welcome and stop a lot of the early issues. Be nice if it can match Z170 for memory speed though....
You know something that we don't Tom... Quote
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