AMD Ryzen 7000 series CPUs and AM5 boards are known to have really slow boot times in some cases. However, with the latest firmware update, Asus has significantly reduced the boot times.
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One of reasons why AMD's Ryzen 7000 processors haven't sold that well compared to last gen is the very high overall platform cost of the AM5 ecosystem. However, the upcoming A620 could change that.
According to reports, the latest firmware update AGESA 188.8.131.52 for AMD AM5 motherboards is causing major performance loss and boot fails on Ryzen 7000 series. The core layout is apparently to blame.
AMD has announced its next Meet the Experts event. At this upcoming webinar, the company's partners will share more details on Socket AM5. The event is scheduled to be held next month.
A new report alleges that AMD is going to introduce a completely new class of chipset for its upcoming Socket AM5 motherboards which are going to house the next-gen Ryzen 7000 (Zen 4) processors.
A new report says AMD is bringing a new "dual-chiplet" design approach for its next-gen flagship X670 chipset on Socket AM5. Additionally, the report also claims that AM5 won't have DDR4 support.