After the little scandal that broke out last week about the problems that the upscale Ryzen 3000 has in reaching their boost frequencies… Here's how AMD has gone back to work to get around.
Well, the ComboESA4 18.104.22.168ABBA version of the AGESA micro code is already being shipped to motherboard manufacturers. This, so that they implement all the necessary modifications in order to unlock all the potential performance of these so successful AMD processors in the market.
AMD Ryzen 3000: Intel's biggest nightmare is about to get even more powerful!
Well, the version that was sent to MSI has just come into the hands of the ChipHell site, which of course is… It was immediately testing the effects of the upgrade with a Ryzen 9 3900X and Ryzen 7 3700X. (And an MSI X570 board)
Therefore, with the upgrade, the 3700x has reached the 4.4GHz frequency on all cores. (Previously it only reached 4,375GHz). Ryzen 9 3900X was a strange case, as it was even able to reach 4.625GHz (0.25GHz higher than expected), but also had a very significant decline in testing for the 4.250GHz.
Still, it must be said that there was a performance boost across the range. Which is sure to be welcomed with open arms by all fans of the new AMD Ryzen processors.
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Intel admits defeat to AMD… But promises to be more aggressive!
The processor market has never been as hot as it is now, thanks to AMD's Ryzen 3000, which completely shook off Intel's domain spanning over a decade.
But what's really interesting is that Intel has made public that it has lost market share to AMD at the recent City Global Tech conference… However, the company is aware of what is happening, and therefore promises more aggression to the market. future.
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