The board manufacturers are already preparing for the AMD 400 and 500 Series AGESA version

Server wccftech writes specifically about Asus and MSI, but the others should not be left behind. New versions of AGESA microcodes in the new BIOSes are due to arrive in January and will be available to owners of both the latest 500 Series chipsets and older 400 Series chipsets. Of course, the 300 Series version is not to be expected, but who knows?

But what will the new BIOSes offer? First and foremost, it’s expected optimization and compatibility with Ryzen 5000 processors, but it also supports Resizable-BAR for GeForce RTX 3000 & AMD Radeon RX 6000 cards, which promises higher gaming performance due to the processor will be able to use theoretically the entire memory of the graphics card, or will have access to it. Finally, “improved processor compatibility for AM4” was mentioned, but it is not clear what lies behind it. However, it can be assumed that it will be mainly Zen 3 processors and also mainly bug fixes, while the new features will be rather in the minority.

MSI has already announced that it will prepare new BIOS versions for its 400 and 500 Series boards, with and without MAX models. However, in the case of the 400 Series, the owners of the MAX boards will first experience it, and for the non-MAX X470 and B450 models, there is a beta BIOS release scheduled for February. Asus only said that the new BIOSes for the 400 and 500 Series are on the way, so we have to persevere.

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