Forbes contributor Antony Leather had an interview with AMD marketing head Robert Hallock and Ryzen product manager James Prior. Lots of interesting tidbits in the interview, including the news that the long-awaited AGESA BIOS update with better memory support for Ryzen will launch in late May.
There is one thing coming down the pipeline – enthusiasts may be aware of the AGESA BIOS updates we’ve mentioned in the Ryzen community updates. There’s another one coming in late May that will focus on the robustness and compatibility of overclocked memory. Being overclocked, it’s easy to forget that you’re not guaranteed anything, but there are some knobs and buttons we can tweak to improve things here. There will be more information on this at the end of the May.