The corresponding BIOS update will appear in three weeks
Just yesterday we were getting acquainted with the tests of the beta version of a new BIOS firmware, designed to solve the problem with the frequencies of the processors Ryzen 3000, as now AMD has published the official press release for this reason.
The company reports that listened to its customers and indeed found a problem where some new generation CPU will never reach maximum frequencies.
The problem is already solved, so now users are left to wait until the motherboard manufacturers will prepare appropriate updates the BIOS (AGESA 1003ABBA). AMD says that will have to wait about three weeks.
However, AMD immediately warns that the update will add on average only 25-50 MHz to the maximum frequency of processors. The company also notes that it expects that the changes had a negative impact on the lifespan of the CPU.
Recall that, despite all the history around the frequency of the processors Ryzen 3000, we have had the opportunity to verify that all very much depends on the motherboard.