Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Feb 22, 2021.
I can connect usb 2.0 and 3.0 sticks but usb 3.0 external hard disks will not connect.
He is ignorant , forget it .
Looks like AGESA 22.214.171.124 will seek to resolve this issue.
(From: https://www.tweaktownforum.com/foru...abyte/28656-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios/page925 Post # 13873)
EDIT: But yeah early April for AMD to provide the AGESA code and then whenever motherboard vendors provide beta bios updates for the 570 and 550 boards and how this AGESA code is then incorporated and added to the 400 series although here the USB issues shouldn't be a factor at least.
MSI tends to be really quick, Asus as well and then it seems a bit mixed with Gigabyte taking a bit of time doing their validation and testing before rolling out beta bios updates from what I've been reading.
From that to final is fairly consistent though roughly monthly update routines.
Some of the beta bios builds can have their issues too even if it just adds the new AMD AGESA code it can still go through a couple of beta builds before being finalized.
But yeah nothing new there it's called beta for a, with this out then hopefully all the current major issues with the newer motherboards and the AGESA code along with CPU functionality will be mostly resolved.
(I'm a bit uncertain as the state of PCI Express 4.0 compatibility but part of these issues could also be hardware related.)
Looking forward to the fix. So that I can Q-Flash it when I'll be building my next PC... soon-ish... I hope...
Gigabyte will be last in the pack -i'm sure of it. At least BIOSes are not buged alot . Not counting one that bricked.
So far haven't had any issues on my x570 rog strix, only problem for me was setting up a raid array but a bios flash sorted that, USB ports all working fine and the system seems more stable than my 4790k setup, still it's good they're looking into this.
And here I am trying to install AGESA 126.96.36.199 first.. (which is not out yet for anyone other than MSI)
It’s also pretty interesting that I made 2 different builds recently one with a B550 MSI Tomahawk and a 5600X and the other a 3800X to 5800X swap on a X570 GB Aorus Master board, the latter one doesn’t suffer any USB issues but the B550 build definitely suffers from major issues with USB 2.0
no problems here with any of my usb drives.
using latest bios.
No issues on my system, logitech 502 hero, corsair keyboard, xbox one controller, gpu running pcie 4.0. Running on asus x570 tuf gaming plus wifi with bios 3001 (thats not even the latest).
Amd really needs to improve their quality control in the next platform, am4 had been a pain in the *** with the stability through the years
Bye fanboy. Typical excuse for some fangirl to drool on intel again.
Seriously. You act like its the end of the world.
This happened with Intel most would be like good work fixing it.
And has it, end of the world. AMD is trash. Hail Intel.
Hmmm, weird. I have two AMD systems and did not experience those issues. Maybe it is specific to manufacturer?
In my office i have 8 AMD systems(mostly B350 and B450) , zero problems . Most of my friends are on B450 or other Ryzen builds never heard any complaints from them ..
This is one for the history books. We're changing our graphics card test system from Intel to an AMD Zen 3 Ryzen platform, with PCIe 4 and resizable BAR.
AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT 12 GB Graphics Card Gaming Benchmarks at 1440p & Raytracing Performance at 1080p Leaked, Faster Than RTX 3070 In DX12 But Slower in RT Titles
looks like 8 rkl cores cover same or bigger area than 10 skylake cores.
how much of it is the igpu tho ?
Looks like a hit .. if you could buy one
My prayer has just been answered, AGESA 188.8.131.52 is now out for Gigabyte boards.
nvidia will have to slash 3070 prices down to slightly less obscene.