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03-19-2019 01:25 AM
1usmus All boards are limited to 105W (PPT), 95A (TDC) and 140A (EDC). Perhaps low-end and mid boards will get less limited boost. But the problem lies not in this, in the low operating voltage, because of which the converter efficiency is low . That is why a 16-phase MEG motherboard was created.

Quote: Originally Posted by DalaiBrahma View Post
Hi, @1usmus ! No (good) news about GB X470's bios modding ??
The time that I spend will not justify the result. It's cheaper for you to change the motherboard.
03-18-2019 02:19 PM
Filters83
Quote: Originally Posted by Grin View Post
It was rumored that only few top mobos on X370-470 will support 12-16 cores because of TDP limitations. B350 for sure will not support Zen2 with TDP over 65.
65w tdp its a bit too low no ?
There are already cpu whit 95 on current generation
03-18-2019 11:42 AM
DalaiBrahma Hi, @1usmus ! No (good) news about GB X470's bios modding ??

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03-18-2019 10:52 AM
Grin One chiplet only will be supported on AB320/350/450 mobos. It’s not my personal opinion just a rumor.
03-18-2019 09:50 AM
Knodl @1usmus,


Please add a hint to backup your mobos SN & UUID before flashing with Afuefix64 in your guide.



Cheers
03-17-2019 11:28 AM
sideeffect
Quote: Originally Posted by Grin View Post
It was rumored that only few top mobos on X370-470 will support 12-16 cores because of TDP limitations. B350 for sure will not support Zen2 with TDP over 65.
Strange when they did support 95w TDP 1800x at launch and 105w TDP 2700x with official BIOS update.
03-17-2019 10:01 AM
Grin It was rumored that only few top mobos on X370-470 will support 12-16 cores because of TDP limitations. B350 for sure will not support Zen2 with TDP over 65.
03-17-2019 08:57 AM
Handrox
Quote: Originally Posted by sideeffect View Post
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?
biostar has released bios with new microcode for B350 motherboard
03-17-2019 05:56 AM
Hwgeek There are A320/B350 by ASUS that got the new Bios.
03-17-2019 05:28 AM
sideeffect
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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