Yeah it is, you're profile says 8GB DDR4 @ 2133Mhz, not sure how fast it should be with that. I guess the future AGESA versions, if the above rewrite is true, will likely produce much better results. The refesh of Zen is basically just a die shrink through process update, the chip itself will probably be hardware indentical. The shrink should allow for better performance and energy use though. Because of this, the microcode should be compatible which will be good for future updates. The future Zen 2 (or whatever it will be called) is where the interesting hardware changes will occur. I suspect though for Zen refresh that they're hoping for people to be able to use RAM at their rated XMP speeds, or close to. You wouldn't want to do a complete rewrite of the memory management and major revamp of the other parts of the code only to find you aren't much better off. Although information leaks like this generally isn't liked much by the company that is 'victim' to the leak, AMD probably don't mind it in cases like this because it is positive news and doesn't actually give anything away other than enticing. Beta bioses will be very tempting, but I'd probably wait unil the final version. When there's major changes like this the risk with beta bioses is significantly greater.