AMD’s AGESA Update Reportedly Increases Ryzen’s All-Core Boost Clocks

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There’s a possibility that AMD’s next AGESA update will improve the already-impressive performance of its Ryzen processors even further. has tested a beta version of and found that it increased the all-core clock speeds of its Ryzen 7 3800X processor from 4.245 GHz to 4.325 GHz. This was without Precision Boost Overdrive enabled.

While this testing is far from conclusive, as it only tests a single motherboard and a single processor, it showcases what could be another notable step forward for AMD’s AGESA code. In a recent livestream, MSI confirmed that AMD had AGESA plans which extended to AGESA, which means that even more improvements are on the way.


Tsing Mui
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