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Ryzen AGESA UPDATE

Ryzen AGESA UPDATE (easy way)


1) Download this archive https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ir...3NEDs6xHplkeTn and unpack on your desktop.

2) Rename our bios_name.rom to bios.bin . Moves this file to a folder UBU_v1_72_1.

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3) In folder UBU_v1_72_1 open UBU.bat with administrator privileges and wait 15-20sec.

4) Press any key , press 5 , press Enter.

5) In the window that opened, press F. Done.
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Latest UBU >> https://cloud.mail.ru/public/HLDj/6c...IOS%20Updater/

Manual method I will publish later.

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@1usmus Did changing the PMU code fix your performance issues with the new BIOS?

Been looking at the PMU guide and having little trouble following it

In your PMU archive code26 =0072 and code48=1004? I was expecting the other way also in older archive it's the same names. Cant you use naming system based on AGESA like code0072 etc.

In your guide you mention code 2, code 1 and code 3. code1(in guide) = code1357 file? But code1357 is the same as existing code.

In your guide number 7) search string is wrong/different.
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@1usmus Is it safe to update EFI drivers and OROMS to lastest version ?

update
ok it works .

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Quote: Originally Posted by sideeffect View Post
@1usmus Did changing the PMU code fix your performance issues with the new BIOS?

Been looking at the PMU guide and having little trouble following it

In your PMU archive code26 =0072 and code48=1004? I was expecting the other way also in older archive it's the same names. Cant you use naming system based on AGESA like code0072 etc.

In your guide you mention code 2, code 1 and code 3. code1(in guide) = code1357 file? But code1357 is the same as existing code.

In your guide number 7) search string is wrong/different.

I updated the archive, I just simplified the instructions, and forgot to change the names in the folders
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Iq...B8int6VSPkjZuA

Quote: Originally Posted by solon View Post
@1usmus Is it safe to update EFI drivers and OROMS to lastest version ?

update
ok it works .
Yes, you can update anything, we tested, there should be no problems
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1usmus View Post
I updated the archive, I just simplified the instructions, and forgot to change the names in the folders
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Iq...B8int6VSPkjZuA



Yes, you can update anything, we tested, there should be no problems
I have RYZEN 1600x and PRIME B350-PLUS motherboards with F4-3200C14D-16GFX - G.Skill . But in this system as a kind of 3200 does not work. I've never tried it with the settings in D.o.c.p I bought the BSOD constantly, I've read a lot of settings in forums and tried again somehow didn't work BSOD.
Bios 4602 latest in my motherboard.

İ need your help.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Kolistirva View Post
I have RYZEN 1600x and PRIME B350-PLUS motherboards with F4-3200C14D-16GFX - G.Skill . But in this system as a kind of 3200 does not work. I've never tried it with the settings in D.o.c.p I bought the BSOD constantly, I've read a lot of settings in forums and tried again somehow didn't work BSOD.
Bios 4602 latest in my motherboard.

İ need your help.
First thing you should check is ProcODT, find the most stable setting and then change other ones. I have the same MB and I use 48 Ohms, but it could be different for your system.

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Does the Ubu.bat update the PMU firmware which is part of the bios file? Im so behind...don't understand anything ^^

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DOCP 3200 and only 48 OHM? Did you do it at other special settings? Thank you.
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@1usmus Sorry when I ask, but can I update to the newest bios from my asus rog strix x470-f gaming board and than I update whit your file the bios? Or can I use this for my actual bios mod version that I have installed ? Please
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Well, i also have a xpower titanium and ive been disapointed with the fact i cant run my 3200c14 b die 2x8 at more than 3200 fast settings. But this just kills it.. 🙄

My question is: will a bios agesa mod do it?

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