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The Swedish Asus rep posted a official statement at Sweclockers


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"ASUS will follow AMD’s decision: beta BIOS support for 400-series motherboards will be ready starting in Jan/2021, all ASUS X470, B450 & B450 II motherboards available on the market will be compatible via a BIOS update. When or if AMD sends us the required Agesa update, ASUS will follow AMD’s support plan to release the new BIOS."
 

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The ASUS Deutschland Twitter account denied it near right away.
Denied the event actually happened or informed people that they will be supporting the new CPUs?

We all know that Asus will support the upcoming Ryzen 5000 series on 470 boards. My point was they did not deny that the mail send out by one of their engineers actually happened, or do you have a link stating otherwise?
 

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I thought the new AGESA was already released? 1.0.0.6 AND 1.0.0.8 Combi?

I'm thinking of selling my 3900x and putting my 1700X back in for a few months while the silicone matures for 5900X.

And isn't X570/B550 the end of the road for AM4?
 

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@shamino1978 ist there a "non wifi" bios, too? Thank you for your support.
 

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I thought the new AGESA was already released? 1.0.0.6 AND 1.0.0.8 Combi?

I'm thinking of selling my 3900x and putting my 1700X back in for a few months while the silicone matures for 5900X.

And isn't X570/B550 the end of the road for AM4?
1.0.0.6 does not have Zen 3 support, it is AGESA V1. The bioses with 1.0.8.0-1.1.0.0 have initial Zen 3 support, they are AGESA V2 and so far only available for B550/X570. AMD has said these early bioses do not support all features of Zen 3. Full support will come with later bioses, but 1.0.8.0 is at least promised to boot a Zen 3.
 

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Can we get HPET and BCLK Frequency and SB Clock Spread Spectrum controls?
We likely won't get HPET and Spread Spectrum. What do you mean by BLCK Frequency? Because you can change BCLK in the BIOS.
 

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For folks unfamiliar with the new PBO Fmax Enhancer by The Stilt:

 

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1.0.0.6 does not have Zen 3 support, it is AGESA V1. The bioses with 1.0.8.0-1.1.0.0 have initial Zen 3 support, they are AGESA V2 and so far only available for B550/X570. AMD has said these early bioses do not support all features of Zen 3. Full support will come with later bioses, but 1.0.8.0 is at least promised to boot a Zen 3.
Thanks for clarifying that - I always thought the Combo bios were the ones transitioning to new CPUs...

I wonder if AMD will do AM4+ next or will they go straight to a new form factor? What do you think?
 

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For folks unfamiliar with the new PBO Fmax Enhancer by The Stilt:

Thanks for sharing this again - got it bookmarked now for when us non-wifi people get our update!
 

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Removing "-wifi" doesn't work for me.
 
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Removing "wifi" doesnt work for me.
Oh, that's just me being stupid, yeah :(
For a second I thought that I broke the system and got the right link :D
Hope it will be released with the non-beta WIFI version in couple of weeks
 
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Oh, that's just me being stupid, yeah :(
For a second I thought that I broke the system and got the right link :D
Hope it will be released with the non-beta WIFI version in couple of weeks
I did the same - thought yay! Then figured it out...... Duh...:ROFLMAO:
 
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