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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019, 05:37 PM
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LOL @ Heuchler, is there a reason you're re-posting stuff I had already linked? You missed a whole bunch of boards that were also updated - e.g. B450 Pro4, B450 Steel Legend, B450M Pro4, Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4, Fatal1ty B450 Gaming-ITX/ac etc etc
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Yeah they added a second batch of boards two days after your post [08/08]. The Taichi thread will cover both X470 and X370 but some of the other ASRock board should get the attention as well.
Fatal1ty and Steel Legend as well as the B450M Pro are a lot of board for the dollar. I own a X370 Professional Gaming and B450M Pro4. You covered the boards that ASRock released on [8/06].

German ASRock retailer that also provides Beta BIOS or methods to rollback to previous BIOS versions
https://shop.jzelectronic.de/news.php?id=1565280120&sw=

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It'll be good to see how the new Agesa acts, I'm guessing my Extreme4 Wifi will be added sooner or later.
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Asus just released BIOS 2602 with AGESA 1.0.0.3AB for the B450-I Strix.



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ASUS released a new AGESA 1.0.0.3AB BIOS for the X370 Crosshair VI Hero.

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Version 7306
2019/08/1510.23 MBytes
CROSSHAIR VI HERO BIOS 7306
Update AM4 Combo PI 1.0.0.3 Patch AB.
Update overclocking auto-rules for Ryzen 3000 CPUs.
" Before running the USB BIOS Flashback tool, please rename the BIOS file (C6H.CAP) using BIOSRenamer.''
https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards...HelpDesk_BIOS/
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A320M, AB350M, AB350M Pro4, X370M Pro4
X570 Extreme4, X570 Phantom Gaming 4, X570 Pro4, X570 Steel Legend, X570M Pro4

ASRock AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB updates
https://www.asrock.com/support/index.asp?cat=BIOS

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IBM 6x86L P166+ [email protected] 160 MHz
Celeron 300a @ 454 MHz
Pentium 3 700 @ 933 MHz
Athlon XP 1400+ @ 1600 MHz
Athlon XP 1800+ @ 2088 MHz
Athlon XP 2500+ @ 2200 MHz
Athlon 64 3000+ @ 2603 MHz
Athlon X2 BE2300 @ 1900 MHz
Athlon X2 4200+ @ 2210 MHz
Athlon X2 5000+ @ 2600 MHz
Core 2 Duo E4300 @ 3000 MHz
Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 3600 MHz
Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 4000 MHz
Xeon C2Q L5408 @ 3200 MHz
Xeon C2Q X5450 @ 3300 MHz
Xeon C2Q E5440 @ 3400 MHz
Xeon C2Q E5450 @ 3600 MHz
Phenom2 X4 B50 @ 3700 MHz
Phenom2 X6 1045T @ 4050 MHz
Core i5-2500K Sandy @ 4500 MHz
X5650 6-Core Westmere @ 3982 MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by Heuchler View Post
A320M, AB350M, AB350M Pro4, X370M Pro4
X570 Extreme4, X570 Phantom Gaming 4, X570 Pro4, X570 Steel Legend, X570M Pro4

ASRock AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB updates
https://www.asrock.com/support/index.asp?cat=BIOS
At this point, it's probably easier to mention that Asrock are continuing to roll out updates to all of their AM4 motherboards, and to check the page for your specific board periodically. Especially as there were more board variants in the Aug-16 list than mentioned.
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AGESA 1003ABBA beta BIOS

final version is expected to be released from motherboard makers 9/30/19

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An Update on 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Boost Frequencies
https://community.amd.com/community/...st-frequencies

Our processors perform intelligent real-time analysis of the CPU temperature, motherboard voltage regulator current (amps), socket power (watts), loaded cores, and workload intensity to maximize performance from millisecond to millisecond. As part of our manufacturing process, each Ryzen 3000 series is tested at a set of voltage and temperature specifications to ensure the processor is capable of operating to the base and maximum boost frequency specified.

Achieving this maximum boost frequency, and the duration of time the processor sits at this maximum boost frequency, will vary from PC to PC based on many factors such as having adequate voltage and current headroom, the ambient temperature, installing the most up-to-date software and BIOS, and especially the application of thermal paste and the effectiveness of the system/processor cooling solution.


Boost Changes

Starting with our commitment to provide you an update on processor boost, our analysis indicates that the processor boost algorithm was affected by an issue that could cause target frequencies to be lower than expected. This has been resolved. We’ve also been exploring other opportunities to optimize performance, which can further enhance the frequency. These changes are now being implemented in flashable BIOSes from our motherboard partners. Across the stack of 3rd Gen Ryzen Processors, our internal testing shows that these changes can add approximately 25-50MHz to the current boost frequencies under various workloads.

Ryzen Community Update: BIOS Updates for Boost and Idle, Plus a New SDK
https://community.amd.com/community/...plus-a-new-sdk

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Ryzen 9 3900X peak/average CPU core voltages running Steam and AMD Ryzen Master (version 2.0.2.1271). Similar voltages, around 1.09V, were observed while running Corsair iCUE software.

Please keep in mind, however, that this firmware change is not a cap. The processor must still be free to boost if active workload(s) seriously require it, so you should still expect occasions where the processor will explore its designed and tested voltage range of 0.2V to 1.5V.

New Monitoring SDK

Obtaining reliable data about the operating behavior of a processor is important to enthusiasts such as myself. There are many monitoring utilities on the market, and we work with many of them to ensure they’re accessing telemetry data in a sensible manner. Regardless of the utility, however, it’s common sense that all the tools should roughly correlate when you ask a simple question like “what’s my CPU temperature?”


Enabling a consistent experience across monitoring utilities is important to us. That’s why we’re announcing the September 30 release of the AMD Monitoring SDK that will allow anyone to build a public monitoring utility that can reliably report a range of key processor metrics in a consistent manner. Altogether, there are 30+ API calls within the first SDK release, but we’ve highlighted a few of the more important or interesting ones below:



Current Operating Temperature: Reports the average temperature of the CPU cores over a short sample period. By design, this metric filters transient spikes that can skew temperature reporting.
Peak Core(s) Voltage (PCV): Reports the Voltage Identification (VID) requested by the CPU package of the motherboard voltage regulators. This voltage is set to service the needs of the cores under active load, but isn’t necessarily the final voltage experienced by all of the CPU cores.
Average Core Voltage (ACV): Reports the average voltages experienced by all processor cores over a short sample period, factoring in active power management, sleep states, Vdroop, and idle time.
EDC (A), TDC (A), PPT (W): The current and power limits for your motherboard VRMs and processor socket.
Peak Speed: The maximum frequency of the fastest core during the sample period.
Effective Frequency: The frequency of the processor cores after factoring in time spent in sleep states (e.g. cc6 core sleep or pc6 package sleep). Example: One processor core is running at 4GHz while awake, but in cc6 core sleep for 50% of the sample period. The effective frequency of this core would be 2GHz. This value can give you a feel for how often the cores are using aggressive power management capabilities that aren’t immediately obvious (e.g. clock or voltage changes).
Various voltages and clocks, including: SoC voltage, DRAM voltage, fabric clock, memory clock, etc.

SDK will be available for public download on developer.amd.com on September 30. As a preview of what the new SDK can enable, AMD Ryzen Master (version 2.0.2.1271) has already been updated with the new Average Core Voltage API for 3rd Gen Ryzen Processors
https://www.amd.com/en/technologies/ryzen-master

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