Download: AMD Ryzen Chipset Drivers 3.10.08.506

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    AMD has updated its Radeon Ryzen Chipset drivers. The drivers support AMD A CPUs from generation 7 and TRX40 chipsets. The drivers work with Windows 10 and 11. This version addresses performance issue...

    Download: AMD Ryzen Chipset Drivers 3.10.08.506
     
  2. stormy

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    And before anyone asks, no these have no affect on the L3 read/write/copy (and yes I am on Win 11 beta build which has the "fix").
     
  3. mackintosh

    mackintosh Master Guru

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    Yep, this is just for the preferred core issue.
     
  4. koniu

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    It looks that it fix my problem with Windows 11 crashing when gaming.

    I have R9 5900x
    Before this version I have experience all my cores boost randomly up to 4,95GHz it was totally fine for most of my cores but some of them don like that and i was ending up with Windows restarts.
    Now only best cores boost that much and weaker ones stay in safe 4,8-4,85 territory

    I also see much lower Chipset temps.
    Before my MSI x570 Unify have Chipset temp of ~63-65C (on passive cooling) now is ~58-60C

    So both temps and boost behavior return to state before i updated to W11 from
    W10
     
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  5. Marcorelle

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    Excellent news , indeed the driver fix preferred core issue.
    but MS stiil doesn't release the fix for L3 problem on public channel (only on dev and release preview channel for insider)
     
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  8. schilperoordbas

    schilperoordbas Member Guru

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    Update is out for everyone, enjoy people
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  9. CPC_RedDawn

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    So the L3 cache issue is fixed then?

    And these chipset drivers fix the cppc2 issue?
     
  10. Marcorelle

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    indeed guys , thank u very much for information ;)

    @CPC_RedDawn : yes , the AMD Drivers fixex the cppc2 issue and L3 cache issue is "almost" fixed by the latest Win 11 pach ;)
    (almost cos it seems benchmark AIDA64 is better but still below win 10)
     
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    Haven't done any benchmarks, but according to AMD, yes.

    https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/pa-400

     
  12. schilperoordbas

    schilperoordbas Member Guru

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    Might be within margin of error.
     
  13. SebastianDI

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    Honestly WTF?! All drivers are from ages ago! And this is what we were waiting for?! And not any commi against Microsoft?! Come on AMD.....
     
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    Those drivers are same like ages ago! I am really, really disappointed. But for a company, that cant save monitor files for their drivers (100% bug on memory, cant IDLE on watching simple videos) well well well....
     
  15. theoneofgod

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    As long as it fixes the issue.
     
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  16. SebastianDI

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    @theoneofgod as long as it does dude. Thats the thing. Man how stupid they are? Just save the monitor files, do them into the drivers, things done. I am such angry about this bug. This HZ bug about monitors. I get totally angry on that. Because on older drivers, they managed it. I do not understand how they act. Or simply save the monitor things on a simple hard disk. Simple things. You know the HZ bug, MEM stuck 100%. This simple thing they are always threatening me. Hertz bug, things over 60hz. It is getting hilarious! This is about SIMPLE things. Not about hard programming!
     
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    if it fixed this, you have a weak/unstable core and you're just living on borrowed time.
     
  18. koniu

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    Maybe you are right, but i never have problems with stability on my chip when i was using W10.
    Problems start minutes after i updated to W11. And get worst when i updated to 282 build last friday

    I instantly notice strange boost behavior when OS try to push single core workloads on my weaker cores of weaker CCD1
    Earlier i never saw OS pushing my CCD1 to 4.95GHz (most cores should be 4,8-4.85) , in W10 single core workloads where pushed to 2 best CCD0 cores or sometimes to 2 best CCD1 cores if CPU decide to balance power/temperature

    When i upgraded to W11 suddenly i saw all my 12 cores boosting to 4,95GHz. What make it worst voltage pushed to core when boosting was ~1,4-1,41V and on stock setting should be ~1,45-1,48V

    4,95GHz and 1,41V was ok on best cores but weaker ones sometimes where not happy.

    After i install chipset drivers i see everything return to normal
    CCD0 is boosting to 4,95GHz with single core jobs pushed toward two best cores, and CCD1 bosts are ~4,8-4,85GHz. Also max reported voltage return to 1,45-1,48V

    Everything above is on stock CPU settings on latest W11 ready bios ans Windows balanced power plan
     
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    It's not entirely fixed. Latency is fixed, but read/write fluctuates with every run.
     
  20. Undying

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    Margin of error. It compares with w10.
     

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