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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-12-2019, 08:45 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
TPU is getting good results, almost all performance uplift, particularly in 1-2 thread use cases.

And Gamers Nexus showed CPU voltage didn't increase:
https://youtu.be/uONwWk1Pa7U?t=503

However, we don't really know the true voltage fed to the die package, because that could just be the input voltage.

I wonder if more games show a performance uplift comparable to Total War: Warhammer 2 (13:56 in the video). Possibly not as Steve mentions, but a TechSpot-like many game review to test it would be welcome.

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When do these drivers officially drop? Is it per motherboard or?

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When do these drivers officially drop? Is it per motherboard or?

It's a BIOS update so it will depend on specific motherboard vendors and then specific motherboard models.

More info here: https://community.amd.com/community/...plus-a-new-sdk

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AGESA 1003ABBA has now been released to our motherboard partners. Now they will perform additional testing, QA, and implementation work on their specific hardware (versus our reference motherboard). Final BIOSes based on AGESA 1003ABBA will begin to arrive in approximately three weeks, depending on the testing time of your vendor and motherboard.


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I'd advise people to wait for the real slim shady AKA a ironed out BIOS.
Yea, I wouldn't trust the Contra BIOS either.


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Looks like most the x570 Gigabyte motherboards have a ABBA bios update available already.
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