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AMD : Owners of Ryzen 7000X3D processors should urgently update the BIOS on their motherboards


A group of users recently reported that processors Ryzen 7000X3D they overheat and damage motherboards

The problem seems to be related to the BIOS, while the MSI and Asus new BIOS patches have been released in collaboration with AMD.

Η AMD has made some recent statements to the press about processors Ryzen 7000X3D which have burned, while the MSI and Asus have been released new BIOS versions for the mother ones with AM5 Socket to address the problems of excessive voltage that may be responsible for the overheating and destruction of the specific processors.

The latest generation of processors AMD's 3D V-Cache has garnered a lot of praise for its Gaming performance, but now all processor owners using its motherboards MSI and especially her X670 by Asus, they should update the BIOS of the motherboards as soon as possible.

The same should be done with parent companies from other companies such as Gigabyte or Asrock, and those who have any of the processors AMD's 3D V-Cache – they should also check for BIOS updates on their motherboards to be safe.

MSI's update has now introduced new restrictions on the voltage controls for overclocking the affected processors. Now, users will only be able to lower the voltage and will not be able to directly adjust the voltage or frequency of the processors.

AMD released a second press release yesterday, informing that the company has issued a new BIOS update to all motherboard manufacturers to prevent the problem of overheating processors:

We have identified the overheating issue and have already distributed one new AGESA in BIOS which implements new limits on certain voltages on AM5 motherboards to prevent the CPU from operating beyond its specification limits, including SOC voltage cap at 1.3V.
None of these changes affect the capability of the processors in the series Ryzen 7000 to overclock the memory using it EXPO or XMP in memories to boost performance using technology PBO. We expect all our partners to release new BIOS for the AM5 motherboards that they build over the next few days.

We recommend that all users check their motherboard manufacturers website and update their BIOS to ensure their system has the most up-to-date software for their processor.

However if there is anyone whose CPU has been affected by this overheating issue, they should contact AMD customer support. The company's customer service team is aware of the situation and prioritizes these cases.

The company warns about manual adjustment of voltage and frequency, as processors of the series Ryzen 7000X3D they do not officially support this feature. Instead, MSI advises using overclocking through it Precision Boost Overdrive, optimized through Enhanced BIOS Boost Mode. The company provides a list of affected motherboards, which includes models X670 and B650.

Likewise, Asus released one beta BIOS this week he tackles the problem by curbing his tendency SoC at 1.30V or less. Those with ASUS motherboards should immediately check their motherboard model on the company's website to download the new BIOS and firmware updates.

The issue of CPU overheating and motherboard destruction was made public when Reddit users reported that AMD's Zen 4 processors such as Ryzen 7 7800X3D they appeared from bulging Pins on the underside and left burn marks on the CPU and motherboard sockets.

The use of the profile RAM EXPO – which is not currently approved by AMD for the series processors 7000X3Ds, was found to be the culprit for this particular problem and everyone is advised to avoid them for now.

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