It has now become public that some of the Ryzen 3000 processors, notably the ones with the best-suited core count, are failing to reach the manufacturer's promised "Boost" frequencies.
This is a problem that is not new, and it has had some attempts to solve it… unsuccessfully. Which of course has led some consumers to point their fingers at AMD to call it a liar.
Therefore, AMD has decided to get in trouble by the horns! You should therefore release a BIOS update to address the frequency issues inherent in the Zen 2 architecture.
AMD will release an update for frequency correction on Ryzen 3000
Truth be told, the company is having brutal success with the release of these processors. But it's not just thanks to product performance, none of that! It's also the way AMD has dealt with all the problems by launching solutions very quickly.
Therefore, it seems that the AMU FW 46.44.00 update will significantly improve the Ryzen 3000 (Zen 2) processors 'Boost', reaching all BIOS from September 10th.
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AMD vs Intel – Why have consumers always preferred Intel?
At the beginning of the multi-core war, and of course, before the release of the Zen architecture… AMD was no big deal! Especially after the disappointments of the Bulldozer and Piledriver architectures. (Namely the first, which promised twice as many real cores, read more about this on here.)
The one thing that kept AMD on the market all these years was the price of its processors and motherboards! In short, AMD was not competing in performance, but fiercely competing in price.
So while budget consumers chose AMD, everyone else in the market preferred Intel-based PCs.
Read the rest of the article on here.