AMD AGESA ComboAM4 microcode offers some fixes

Posted on Thursday, Apr 30 2020 @ 13:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AMD has distributed the AGESA ComboAM4 microcode update to motherboard makers. TechPowerUp listed an overview of the main changes in this release. There's an improvement for Micron DDR4-3200, a fix for some Realtek Etherbet PHYs, and better PCIe stability:
AGESA improves POST (time) with select Micron Technology DDR4-3200 memory chips. An intermittent virtual memory error with certain Realtek onboard Ethernet PHY chips has been fixed. The microcode also improves PCI-Express bus stability and interoperability, in general. A PCIe lane configuration issue with Ryzen 3 Pro 2100GE has been fixed.
If you have an AMD-based motherboards, you'll soon be able to get the update via a BIOS update provided by your motherboard maker.

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