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.
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AMD's newest chipset driver version 4.09.23.507 brings additional support for its new AM5 motherboards, as well as SHA256 certification. The driver also adds better USB4 debugging, and more.
After putting stickers on top of its new X670E AM5 motherboard memory slots, ASRock has apologized for the same after realizing that the incident caused great inconvenience to the users.
The announcement for AMD"s Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series CPUs is later today, with availability next month. However, the accompanying AM5 boards are allegedly not launching for another two weeks.
A leaked slide has revealed details about AMD's upcoming chipsets for motherboards with the new AM5 socket. The company is preparing two regular and two "extreme" platforms with extra features.
AIDA64 has added support for Nvidia's next-gen flagship RTX 4090 Ada Lovelace GPU in its latest AIDA64 Extreme beta release. This likely indicates that RTX 4000 series launch is not too far away.
A few hours ago, AMD's Computex 2022 presentation details regarding its Zen 4 architecture and Ryzen 7000 leaked. Now, we have information on the accompanying AM5 socket and the 600-series chipsets.
A PCB diagram of an AMD X670 Asus AM5 motherboard has leaked. The leaked picture appears to show dual chipsets which seemingly confirms earlier rumors. ASMedia is expected to be the chipset supplier.
A recent report suggested that AMD was going to debut a brand-new class of chipset dubbed X670E which was going to be even better than X670. AMD partner ASRock has seemingly confirmed the report.
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.