- September 12, 2019
AMD announces the availability of the latest BIOS update for the durability and performance of Ryzen 3000 processors.
Ryzen 3000 processor owners have been alarmed that they are not adding to the ODD hobby. The company acknowledged on September 3, and has now announced the availability of the BIOS solution problem.
Fecal issues include enhanced behavior, BMD desktop behavior, and the new monitoring SDK.
The BIOS proposals have begun to partner with motherboard makers, and depending on the business testing and processing program, they will be downloaded and installed in about two weeks.
The new version of the BIOS will fix the problem with maximum frequency of enhancement by enhancing the process of performance improvement. This will increase by about 25-50 MW compared to the current boost results.
Also, this update validates the processor running, while being able to ignore the "background noise" generated by the operating system. Applications run in the background.
Additionally, on September 30, MD will launch a new Ridgeon Processor Monitoring application, MD Monitoring SDR, which will provide users with a tool to be able to track their processing meters.