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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 06:55 PM - Thread Starter
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3900x Chipset Driver Help

This may be an ignorant question for some, but I'm new to the pc since last year.

I updated to an x570 and 3900x, I want to know where I can find my chipset driver information. I search online and seem to find really outdated information. I want to be able to see the exact version of my chipset and where these drivers are labeled at
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-05-2019, 07:30 PM
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Always download the amd chipset drivers from AMD.

https://www.amd.com/en/support/chips...ocket-am4/x570


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But I want to find what version I was on before I did this. I just updated to the most current chipset driver, and now the 3900x boosts worse than before. Was having no issues getting 4.6 boosts now it doesn't even go there on stock settings. how can I revert back? Pretty upsetting. Windows ryzen high power plan is in effect also.

Cinebench20 score went down by 200 POINTS after the chipset update. Assistance in locating chipset drivers and how to revert them please!
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But I want to find what version I was on before I did this.
I don't think anyone could tell you what was previously installed. If you initially used the CD that came with your motherboard for drivers, you could probably use it again. If you didn't do that, I imagine Windows just found the most current one at the time of installation.

If you really want to revert back, AMD does show previous chipset drivers available for download in the link previously provided by JedixJarf.

Were it me? I'd stick with the most current and update as new drivers become available. AMD is surely ironing out some issues with their new products and I'm sure it'll get better with time.

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OP. are you using Win 10 1903?

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