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MSI Announces AGESA ComboPI V2 BIOS Updates

For AMD 500 and 400 Series chipset Motherboards.

Improvements all round for owners of MSI motherboards based on the AMD 400-series and 500-series chipsets.

Taken from TPU … MSI announced that it will begin rolling out UEFI firmware updates for its Socket AM4 motherboards based on the AMD 400-series and 500-series chipsets, which incorporate AMD’s latest AGESA Combo PI V2 microcode. These firmware updates will enable resizable BAR support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-series “Ampere” graphics cards, improvements for Ryzen 5000 series “Vermeer” desktop processors, and an assortment of board model-specific improvements or fixes.

The company will begin releasing these firmware updates for its AMD 500-series chipset motherboards, and its AMD 400-series “MAX” models in January 2021. In February, it will follow up with updates for AMD 400-series non-“MAX” models. The “MAX” model name suffix for an MSI AMD 400-series motherboard denotes a board with a 32-megabyte SPI flash ROM chip that allows MSI to cram in its feature-rich ClickBIOS setup program. Keep checking the “support” section of your motherboard’s product page on the MSI website for these firmware updates.

Source: TPU


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