MSI 500 series motherboard new BIOS released

MSI has just launched the first wave of AGESA BIOS firmware for 500 series motherboards, providing support for AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D CPU. According to the changelog, the new AGESA BIOS firmware adds new security patches for AMD Raven Ridge and Picasso APUs, while also supporting Vermeer-X CPUs.

Earlier that AMD has asked motherboard manufacturers to remove overclocking support in UEFI/BIOS for the R7 5800X3D. When foreign media asked AMD why this happened, AMD temporarily kept the reasons secret. Foreign media believe that there may be some problems between the 3D V-Cache on this processor and overclocking.

R7 5800X3D adopts TSMC 7nm process, Zen3 architecture, 8 cores and 16 threads, 3.4-4.5GHz, equipped with 3D V-Cache, the third-level cache reaches 96MB, and the default power consumption is 105W. For comparison, the R7 5800X without 3D V-Cache has 8 cores and 16 threads, 3.8-4.7GHz, 32MB L3 cache, and the default power consumption is 105W.

According to VideoCardz, AMD's R7 5800X3D large cache processor released in January will be launched on April 20, priced at $449 (about 2837.68 yuan).

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