AMD Ryzen 3000 processor performance improvement between BIOS for review and 'commercial' BIOS
By Sigismondo Eisenhower 2019-07-10 409 0
The problems seen with the first Ryzen seem to be repeated with these new AMD Ryzen 3000. It seems that there are problems with RAM, some games are not released and there are problems in Open Source operating systems. This would be normal, for making the leap to Zen2 architecture. Something that will be corrected in next BIOS updates, which will provide improvements in terms of frequencies.
The biggest problem with the Ryzen, from the beginning, has been the BIOS. AMD processors depend a lot on it to optimize and perform better. There have even been problems with RAM frequencies, needing compatible modules. With the passage of time the problems are corrected and already get the best of themselves.
Upcoming BIOSes for the AMD Ryzen 3000 would improve performance
Everything points to the AGESA 220.127.116.11a BIOS being far from polished. Manufacturers seem to have hurriedly implemented them for backwards compatibility. According to all forthcoming AGESA updates should offer significant improvements.
Anandtech or Gamer Nexus have seen serious problems with frequency performance. These two media have compared AGESA 18.104.22.168a and AGESA 22.214.171.124b and there is an improvement in the frequencies. In the first case, we see how the processors initially worked more slowly. Anandtech makes it clear that with the new BIOS, better results can be obtained.
Gamer Nexus with the Ryzen 9 3900X gets 3FPS more with the new BIOS in the GTA V and 1.6FPS more in the Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Something that evidences that these processors have capacity of improvement.
Also when RAM support is improved, performance will increase. We already know that Ryzens depend a lot on the frequency of RAM. This is because Infinity Fabric depends on the RAM frequency to give the best of these processors. It is evident that the AMD Ryzen 3000 have great room for improvement.
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