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Download: AMD Chipset Drivers v18.50.0422 for Ryzen and Threadripper Motherboards

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Apr 29, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    waltc3 Master Guru

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    Yes, last update was 10/26/18! Good catch!
     
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    Kaill Active Member

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    thanks for the heads up, checked the MSI live Update 6 Application and it had the chip set drivers.
     
  4. Dimitrios1983

    Dimitrios1983 Master Guru

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    Windows 7? Am I reading that right?
     

  5. AntiSnipe

    AntiSnipe Member Guru

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    The actual chipset drivers in the package are the same as the old package, for me. A few are even older than the 18.50.16.01 package MSI provides for my B450 board.
     
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    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    Glad to see I wasn't alone in that....
     
  7. bernek

    bernek Maha Guru

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    So 18.50.16.01 is newer then ? and we don't need to update ....
     
  8. AntiSnipe

    AntiSnipe Member Guru

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    18.50.16.01 MSI package has 2 or 3 newer drivers in it...not sure about other brands (Asus, etc.), but even the last AMD provided set 18.10.1810, was the same drivers as these. I guess something in there is updated, but nothing I actually install, which is just the actual chipset drivers via device manager > INF files.

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    GPIO_ML
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    PCI_INF
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    When I go to the official page of amd, you can get v19.10.0429, so I'm wondering why here there's only talk of v18.50.1601 as if that's the final one ?

    https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am4/x470

    I also cannot find any mention of these newer drivers anywhere on guru3d...so what gives ?
     
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    AcidSnow Master Guru

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    ...Forgive me for being totally out of my element here, but am I supposed to install this on my ACER laptop which is using a Ryzen 5 2500U? ...Or do I wait until ACER uploads a modified-version onto their support page? I don't understand why this is uploaded if it isn't for everyone to just auto-install right now.
     

  11. XPJay

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    This is for desktop chipsets. Acer's webpage for your specific model should have the latest chipset drivers. If you're running the Acer update software, you would already have the latest one.
    I ran this and also saw nothing new for Asus B-350i. I think AntiSnipe is right. There must be some changes. They just released another new bios so it's probably for that. I really like the last bios after it added Precision Boost Overdrive. I haven't updated to the newest one. It had this for the description "Update AM4 ComboPI 0.0.7.2A for next-gen processors and to improve CPU compatibility"
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    The previous bios had this "Update AGESA 0072 for the upcoming processors.
    ASUS strongly recommends that you update AMD chipset driver 18.50.16 or later before updating BIOS."
     
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    AMD use different release numbers than the board manufacturers. I know it's quite confusing. I don't get why they can't be consistent. BTW It's recommended that you do a clean install if your going from AMD update to ASUS,MSI,etc update or vice-versa.
     

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