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post #1131 of 1601 (permalink) Old 03-12-2019, 05:01 AM
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when BIOSTAR x470gt8 finally launch a new BIOS, is this 0.0.7.2 , FeelsBadman =(
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Yes, PBO is broken on my board too with the latest AGESA... only using Ryzen Master will make it work.

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Hello tell me for what instructions need to update the latest official bios on mod bios 1.32 for MSI MEG X399 Creation ?

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Biostar released new BIOS with AGESA 0.0.7.2 for the GT8.
Though I notice no improvements really to the earlier BIOS. only a couple extra options. Some features are misbehaving the same way as earlier making it a hassle with regards to memory OC. (memory voltage is broken in combination with a few useful settings, procODT and some others)

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OH okay. What a ****. Why is this so?

But they update ist for the new amd ryzen. 3000 or not?

Partially, the microcode will only allow starting the system in the default state. Most of the features of the new architecture are not involved. All results that will appear on the Internet in the coming weeks will have a significant difference from the results of the final microcode.

I do not want to make loud statements now, if the situation does not change, I will tell everyone about this secret

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Hello tell me for what instructions need to update the latest official bios on mod bios 1.32 for MSI MEG X399 Creation ?
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I heard that features might be dropped and some older less popular/mainstream CPU's might be dropped from the newer BIOS because they are running out of room on older motherboards with 16 MBytes BIOS.

I will certainly update to a 5 series motherboard but I hope my old motherboard can still run a 3600G without any significant features missing as a spare PC.
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I heard that features might be dropped and some older less popular/mainstream CPU's might be dropped from the newer BIOS because they are running out of room on older motherboards with 16 MBytes BIOS.

I will certainly update to a 5 series motherboard but I hope my old motherboard can still run a 3600G without any significant features missing as a spare PC.
If they can't fit all generations in one can't they just make several ones? One for legacy and one for the new ones? Though cost/support etc probably will exclude such a happening.

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I heard that features might be dropped and some older less popular/mainstream CPU's might be dropped from the newer BIOS because they are running out of room on older motherboards with 16 MBytes BIOS.

I will certainly update to a 5 series motherboard but I hope my old motherboard can still run a 3600G without any significant features missing as a spare PC.
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If they can't fit all generations in one can't they just make several ones? One for legacy and one for the new ones? Though cost/support etc probably will exclude such a happening.

they went the other way, create a universal microcode, it will remove duplicate (conditional) functions
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post
they went the other way, create a universal microcode, it will remove duplicate (conditional) functions
That sounds more sensible.

There is also a rumor that B350 won't get updates for Zen 2 but x370 will. Looking at Asus new BIOS releases the X370 Prime has a new BIOS Update AGESA 0070 but there is no such updates for PRIME B350-PLUS or TUF-B350M.

I hope this doesn't turn out to be true. Can you think of a reason why a x370 motherboard would support features that a B350 can't?
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