Yes the AM4 platform is a dead platform, but it's a very well known platform. Adopting a BIOS for it shouldn't be that hard especially it the only...
If this is the case. Then the smartest move from AMD would be to make the Zen 3+ AM4 compatible and not release it with AM5.
Wouldn't changing the UEFI mode to CSM fix that?
Usually the motherboard displays a message saying that GOP (Graphics Output Control) support...
Flashback not working could be an incompatible USB stick or wrongly named CAP file (should be renamed to : SX570EG.CAP )
I'm guessing you have...
So it's able to cold boot but not warm boot?
What does the Q-LED' show?
Assumption is the mother of all f-ups. Proven again and again. When will people learn.
Currently running a 5900X on ROG CH VII Hero with BIOS 4402 (AGESA V2 PI 188.8.131.52 Patch A), but I previously ran a 3900X on the same board with...
Either way I'm skipping Zen 3+
Who said anything about gaming? How am I being hardheaded? For the things I use my PC for there is nothing better than a 5900X. Period.
Without looking at frame rates, I seriously doubt you would notice a 10% single core IPC in a game.
Why anyone would sacrifice a 50% multi-core performance advantage to gain 10% single IPC is beyond me.
Ryzen 5900X all the way.
According to interviews with Dr. Lisa Su and Rick Bergman. AMD plans to migrate to the AM5 platform (starting with Zen 4), along with the new...
I'm guessing it will be FPGA based
PBO Fmax Enhancer
Since you flashed a BIOS with AGESA 1.1.90 you should have something called FMAX in the bios.
Enabling that along with global c-state [on] and...
I thought the WHEA error was fixed in AGESA 184.108.40.206
If you use Ryzen master to monitor your chip with you will notice it goes down below 700 mHz.
You will also notice that most of the cores are...
Not seeing this on Office Pro Plus 2019 using a 1080Ti.
No matter how many word documents I have open.
SAM where are thou....
AGESA 220.127.116.11 was pulled again by AMD due to some systems failing to boot with 3300X CPU's.
At least that 's what Asus said after pulling a beta...