New bios update for ryzen 5000 to fix issues

On Twitter, AMD announced that the latest AGESA BIOS update is scheduled for February 2021. The regular RAID driver and general stability updates will be included in this new BIOS, but it also contains some important patches for Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, such as the 5600x and 5800X.

On January 15, MSI announced that some of the new motherboards would receive PCIe Resizable Bar support, noting that the upcoming AMD AGESA BIOS will be needed to run the functionality on supported Ryzen CPUs.

In Feb. for Ryzen 5000 Series processors, new AGESA BIOSes are coming! Updates: RAID driver upgrade Support for PCIe ReBAR (req'd GPU/driver support) Stability update Patch for Ryzen Master 5600X/5800X telemetry (requires RM 2.6.1.X; also available in Feb.) 21, 2021

Fixes for Ryzen Master tool

PCIe Resizable BAR is a feature that can improve performance in games on the new GeForce RTX 30 series of graphics cards. Nvidia defines Resizable BAR as "an optional PCI Express interface technology. GPU memory (VRAM) constantly transfers textures, shaders and geometry via many small CPU to GPU transfers as you move through a world in a game."

This results in a lot of transfers with the ever-growing scale of modern game properties. Instead, assets can be requested as necessary and sent in full using Resizable BAR, so the Processor can access the entire frame buffer efficiently. And transfers may occur simultaneously, rather than queuing, if several requests are made.


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