Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by Ripcord, Apr 26, 2017.
That wasn't there earlier today. Lol. check it like 6 hour ago..
Can anyone give me some insight as to how it's normal that this motherboard was on AGESA 126.96.36.199a in mid 2017, then got 188.8.131.52 (the highest it's had), then got down to 184.108.40.206, later crawling back up to the current 220.127.116.11 (without the "a")?
It depends on the cpu, they changed AGESA numbers after the 2xxx series, but it is nothing to write home about.
Your old bios was made for 1xxx ryzens, and the other came out after they launched the 2xxx series
So it's normal that I'm now on AGESA 1006 while in june 2017 I was in 1006a?
Yes, as they started over again with AGESA-numbers when the Ryzen 2xxx series came out.
First we had SummitRidgePI-1.0.x.x.
We then had RavenRidgePI-1.0.x.x. (version # did not reset to 18.104.22.168)
Now we have PinnaclePI-1.0.x.x. (version # reset to 22.214.171.124)
(Cutnpaste from a reddit-thread)
Finally some insight into this mess.
I hadn't found any info on this anywhere.
another new one
Still seeing 4207 here.
Nothing on the support page or the online update.
Never mind, just found it.
If anyone needs it, it's here.
also a new chipset driver
Not being very helpful here, are we?
Where are you supposedly seeing those?
EDIT: here it is. BIOS version 5007 and chipset version 19.10.16.
updated my asus b350 to bios release yesterday.
now task manager is missing speed,slot used , form factor, hardware reserved.
abb bios is live
new year new bios Version 5407 is on the site
I think this last BIOS has made my storage mind numbingly slow.
Windows takes ages to load, same for any program, and the whole thing just feels unresponsive.