AMD this week released a new BIOS update that will fix a lot of the technical issues plaguing the AMD Ryzen 3000 processors. As expected by many AMD fans, the latest AMD update brings a performance boost for the company’s latest consumer CPUs, the AMD Ryzen 3000 processors.

The Santa Clara, California-based company was, recently, plagued with some controversies surrounding its mainstream CPU AMD Ryzen 3000. A recent IT survey has claimed that the AMD Ryzen 3000 has some trouble hitting its promised clock speed. This has forced the American tech giant to come out with some major CPU improvement, which promised a fix to the clock speed issue of the AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs.

Latest AGESA update promises faster clock speed for AMD Ryzen 3000 series

This week, ComputerBase reported that the latest AMD BIOS update, which includes the AGESA microcode that will address the AMD clock speed issues, has already hit the Asus and AsRock motherboards.

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The German outlet has, recently, tested the AMD AGESA update on an ASRock X470 motherboard and found out that the new update delivers to its promised faster clock speed. The update delivers a whopping 50MHz boost across all cores. The latest update also promises performance boost and faster clock speed for the company's mainstream desktop CPUs, the AMD Ryzen 3000 series. However, the latest BIOS update is still in its beta phase. So, AMD fans can still expect some changes when the final version of the AMD BIOS update hits the ground.

AMD is planning more AGESA BIOS updates in the future

Recently, the Taiwan-based tech firm MSI confirmed that AMD has plans to extend to AMD AGESA update. So, further improvements are expected for future AMD processors. AMD has been working to improve the performance of its flagship product AMD Zen 2 processors since its initial release in July 2019. The company has made a great job of updating its Ryzen processors with regular performance updates and important bug fixes.

The AMD Zen 2 processor is the successor to the AMD Zen and it was expected to bring a huge leap in instruction per clock over the previous Zen microarchitecture. The Zen 2, currently, powered the third-generation of Ryzen processors, which known to the consumer world as the AMD Ryzen 3000 and AMD Threadripper 3000. Stay tuned for more AMD news and updates.