MSI declares that their 300-series AM4 motherboards are now ready for Zen 3 with AGESA 1.2.0.7

MSI's oldest AM4 motherboards can now support AMD's newest processors

MSI declares that their 300-series AM4 motherboards are now ready for Zen 3 2ith AGESA 1.2.0.7

Press Release - A Huge Step for Unprecedented Compatibility, MSI 300-series Motherboards Are Ready to Support Zen 3 Processors with AGESA Combo PI V2 1.2.0.7

AMD has announced great news about extending the portfolio for system builds. The Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor will now support the oldest socket AM4 motherboards, which includes the X370, B350, and A320 chipset. This substantial improvement offers a seamless way to upgrade to “Zen 3” performance, including the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D that has ground-breaking AMD 3D V-Cache technology.

MSI declares that their 300-series AM4 motherboards are now ready for Zen 3 2ith AGESA 1.2.0.7

MSI’s Entire Line-Up of AMD 300-Series Motherboards Will Support the Zen 3 Processors with AMD AGESA COMBO PI V2 1.2.0.7

To use the Zen 3 processors on the current 300-Series motherboards, you need to update to the latest AMD AGESA COMBO PI V2 1.2.0.7 BIOS. In response to the upgrade demands, MSI will release 1.2.0.7 BIOS from the middle of May, beginning with the MSI 300-Series motherboards. For the 500- and 400-Series motherboards, we will release the latest beta BIOS at the beginning of June, which will fix the fTPM intermittent performance stuttering issues.

MSI declares that their 300-series AM4 motherboards are now ready for Zen 3 2ith AGESA 1.2.0.7

MAIN HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE OPTIMIZED BIOS UPDATES

- Extend the Compatibility with Zen 3 Processors on MSI 300-Series Motherboards.
- Improve The Intermittent Performance Stuttering Issues with fTPM Enabled.

MSI will continue to update the latest news for our users. Please follow MSI’s official channels and check the product pages for BIOS updates.
*Download and install the latest BIOS using M-Flash or Flash BIOS Button to update affected models.
**Ensure to always download the latest BIOS from msi.com corresponding product pages.

You can join the discussion on MSI's Ryzen 5000 compatibility with their oldest AM4 motherboards on the OC3D Forums.

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14-05-2022, 09:51:07

KingNosser
Well my 10 hours has been intresting to say the least

Can't manual OC in bios set things save exit and it stays at 3800mhz
Auto OC in bios set things save exit and it stays at 4375mhz
Set all to auto in bios load into windows and run ryzen master all core 4700mhz 1-4 4850mhz

CPU Debug light won't turn off even reseated the CPU and repasted same issues.

I'm at a loss for now but 15k multi thread in cinebench and hugh bumps in games so overall can't be too unhappy tbh, but i'd like the manual OC issue solved i don't care about the light i'm never taking it out again, MX5 thermal paste is hella hard to take the block off it pulled the chip out with it, thankfully everything was fine after reseating and all the same issues and performance, so I am NEVER doing that again LUL

Update: After alot of tinkering and finally finding the menu within a menu within a menu I goto the PBO settings, set them somewhat differently to ryzen master lower numbers overall, but much the same result clocks wise and cinebench score similar to before little lower but much more stable voltages. So for now it's working as it should without the need of ryzen master all via bios, can't say i like playing with PBO that much lot of trail and error to find a kinda sweet spot, the 1700 was way easier to OC than this was

Still it's boosting correctly now 4650mhz all core in cinebench so even with lower numbers in the bios than ryzen master i'm getting the same result which seems a little odd to me, just lower vcore and more stable seems to be the only difference, idk enough to want to play more atm Quote

15-05-2022, 08:54:39

g0ggles1994
Still no new BIOS for my Gaming Pro Carbon. Same for the Pro Carbon-AC and Gaming Pro. Christ.Quote

15-05-2022, 12:50:33

KingNosser
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Still no new BIOS for my Gaming Pro Carbon. Same for the Pro Carbon-AC and Gaming Pro. Christ.
I'm on a gaming pro carbon check msi reddit they have a google drive page with the bios's before they go onto the website, all the 300 series are there otherwise i guess next week they will go onto the main website.

here https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...C13EykY_O16KMAQuote

15-05-2022, 13:47:34

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
I'm on a gaming pro carbon check msi reddit they have a google drive page with the bios's before they go onto the website, all the 300 series are there otherwise i guess next week they will go onto the main website.

here https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...C13EykY_O16KMA
You. Absolute. G! Cheers mate!Quote

15-05-2022, 13:52:25

KingNosser
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
You. Absolute. G! Cheers mate!
No problem man, tip if you have a CPU LED light after switching CPU ignore it as many of us have that, the PBO settings are in multiple menus, the bios layout is totally different to what we are used too.

May help but what i done was uninstall the chipset drivers, update bios, switch cpu's, install latest chipset drivers and after that it was all fine, just the OC issues i had and the cpu led light issue. Windows saw everything as new devices so when i first booted it went nuts installing everything and updating everything. My only real issue was the OC menus in the bios and having to reinstall my Rift S headset otherwise it's been fine, let me know how you get on

My PBO settings that are working nicely

5800x
120 75 110
Spread Spectrum off
cpu boost clock +50mhz
Curve Optimizer negative all core -10
load line cali mode 2
NB load line cali mode 2

Thats as far as I've gotten so far vcore stays under 1.4 and temps around 80-85c cinebench 14500 multi.

If anyone has any good ideas about how to tweak it better i'm all ears, a few cores now boost to 4.9Ghz Quote
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