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AMD Confirms AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABBA firmware with a Blog post

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Sep 10, 2019.

  1. Paulo Narciso

    Paulo Narciso Maha Guru

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    Exactly, these errors are harmless, nonetheless AMD said they fixed them, but they are stil there. And these errors point to Nvidia.
     
  2. Astyanax

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    no they aren't harmless, don't suck on the amd koolaid, correctable errors decrease bus performance and eventually with enough of them cause driver resets and artifacts.

    They have nothing to do with nvidia, or samsung, are not correctable with drivers.
     
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    Looks like AMD are close to putting this "issue" to bed......

     
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    Steve from GN says 3900X still not reaching advertised clocks.

    MOD. No GN videos here.
     
  8. Jagman

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    Interesting results though. Some surprising uplifts in game performance, the Warhammer results especially, what's that about? Big uplift there, weird.
     
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    Had no time to watch it with sound to listen to him. But all those plots over time show "Mixed Workloads".
    I would rather see dumb single threaded test where he would manually switch thread lock from core to core over time. Can be done via script.
     
  10. NvidiaFreak650

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    ASUS rush AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABBA bios. PC Shut Down at random which never did that before, went back to the last bios no issue for the past 4 hours or so.
     

  11. Astyanax

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    don't update your bios expecting it to run the same settings, clear them.
     
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    "Final BIOSes based on AGESA 1003ABBA will begin to arrive in approximately three weeks" ? Asus Crosshair VIII Hero 1001 dropped 9/12 I installed 9/14 zero issues. Single core boost on my 3900x is 4590 :)
     
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  14. NvidiaFreak650

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    I always Load Default in bios then save then reboot into bios & flash the new bios. i add a extra PCI E cables for GPU & the extra 4 pin for the CPU then reflash the new bios, so far no issues.
     
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    Lol: "Not sure what happened there..."
    (It was known readout bug.)

    With game graph he had hard time speaking those words. Because that's thing that actually matters. Games are multithreaded and therefore entire push for ~50MHz on ST workload never had actual impact on real world workloads.

    And as always, for purpose he wanted to achieve he used wrong correlation while he had ability to gather data for right one!
    He correlated clock to temperature and claimed that temperature~=load. He should have gathered core load data and use proper correlation.
    (In other words, his statements were untrue.)

    Hell, he did not even provide proof that workload was only on single core at time.
     
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    Load default is not "Clear", you still end up with stale data unless its a complete purge.

    Believe me, I've gone though bunch of crap with a user before where his IGP wouldn't disable entirely, his system would bsod because the device was half initialized each boot, load defaults is not a substitute for pulling the battery and power cable or using the jumper.
     
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    I wonder how much does the monitoring software it self affects the values , if you think about it its impossible to isolate everything , there will always be something in the backround doing its thing .
     
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    Dude!....I would give anything if you and former member "Pill Monster" could go at it!....
    AMD vs. Intel .....sh*t I would pay admission to see that!

    :p
     
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    I use Clear CMOS on the back of the motherboard, recheck cables, add a second PCI E cable to GPU, remove the 4 PIN for CPU, change CPU Cooler from AIO, re flash the Beta Bios, format Windows 10, no issues now.
     
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    Awesome.
     

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