Been running it for about an hour sans any issues. Oddly, the link on their site wasn't working for me, but their Google Drive repository (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-J4lquAmTiKi7eOldXC13EykY_O16KMA) had the file
does 184.108.40.206 enable Secure Boot by default?
new AGESA 220.127.116.11 beta BIOS released...
- Update to AGESA ComboAm4v2PI 18.104.22.168
- Change the default setting of Secure Boot
is 22.214.171.124 the definitive BIOS for this motherboard?...I'm using 126.96.36.199b and everything is rock solid...I don't like upgrading BIOS versions unless it's really worth it
Did just the date update or did they add something new?
I wonder why they (MSI) keeps doing that? They put up a beta, then official. Next they remove the official, and put up another new beta.
Roger that. I'm also on the last official, but as a habit I did d/l the beta. Knowing MSI, they'll remove it once a new official rolls out. I've got a folder full of Bioses for this board.Yeah, it is awfully weird. I'm just going to keep rocking that last "final" BIOS indefinitely unless there's some kind of issue with it. My crashdumps folder is empty, performance is the same as ever, and I've seen no weird hitches or quirks,
Anyone update and have any feedback?Another new beta bios.
- Update to AGESA ComboAm4v2PI 188.8.131.52. - Change the default setting of Secure Boot.
It’s 3600 at C18 and 1.35v. It’s decent RAM, yes. Pretty standard for that speed and timing.Could someone tell me if this is good Ram for the Tomahawk? Putting a system together soon based on this board.
I'm still on stock bios I think?? How can I check what version I'm on and what does the bios make a difference with?
Thanks here's mine. What you think?Tools like HWINFO and CPU-Z will tell you what BIOS revision you're on. They're free, FYI.
In terms of what new BIOS revisions do, they nearly always add additional compatibility for different types of RAM. Sometimes they'll add support for new processors (like the X3D models) or features like Resizable BAR. With AMD, they also regularly update the AGESA version. That fixes bugs and can even affect performance here and there. Last year an AGESA update fixed a stutter/hitch issue people were having.
You don't need to update your BIOS much, but I'd probably at least go with one of the more recent updates like 7C84v1B. This platform is pretty mature, so there probably aren't a whole lot of important updates coming.
Thanks here's mine. What you think?
It's from 2020. There have definitely been fixes since then. I'd toss one of the more recent ones on. You'll likely never need to do it again.
It's worth mentioning that your BIOS settings will reset after you update, so you might want to write down any settings you have changed.