MSI has already updated its motherboards to think about the Ryzen 3000!
Very interestingly, MSI has already started to launch BIOS updates for its AM4 motherboards based on the chipset 400, with a very interesting entry in the logs… “Support new Upcoming AMD CPU”.
First, it was thought to be one of the new Athlon processors, namely the 220GE and 240GE.
But after the first install of the update, some experts eventually picked up some strange microcode, the line ‘AGESA COMBO-AM4 0.0.7.20’.
After all, such a significant change in AGESA, would not happen just to add support for two new ‘Raven Ridge’ processors, which probably already run without any modification to the BIOS.
Well, already several personalities more familiar with AMD’s microcode, revealed that this ‘AGESA COMBO-AM4 0.0.7.2’, was designed with the Zen 2 architecture in mind, as well as its first implementation considering the socket AM4, the Ryzen 3000 ‘Matisse.’
Incidentally, AMD’s AGESA internal versions, with support for the new AMD Ryzen 3000 ‘Matisse,’ have versions 0.0.7.x.
And until the official release, it is likely that version 18.104.22.168 ‘AGESA COMBO-AM4’ will be released.
In short, if you have an AMI motherboard from MSI, you should already be able to assemble samples of the Ryzen 3000!
Too bad we can not get our hands on a copy.
AMD Ryzen 3000 may turn out to be the most potent CPUs ever!
Specifications of AMD Ryzen:
As you may know, AMD has a wide range of processors on the way! With a release date set for July 2019.
AMD Ryzen 3000, based on the Zen 2 architecture of 7nm.
AMD Ryzen 3000 Processors increasingly promise to send Intel to second place in the market, after all, the new CPU range is expected to bring dramatic improvements over the current Ryzen 2000.
This, according to all the leaks and rumors that have reached the Internet.
So, as we’re getting closer to official revelation, that’s all we get to know about AMD processors.