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Skyrim: Free Sync and V Sync causes flickering during low frame rates, and generally lower frame rates observed (about 10-30% drop dependant on system) when Free Sync is on
Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-Z97 Gaming GT
AMD has recently released a new AGESA to manufacturers, version 1004. With over 150 changes, this is a significant milestone release in the development of the AM4 platform. We wanted to share some background in support of our release and particularly in advance of the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X processor launch on Nov. 25th.
AGESA 1004 is primarily focused on stability, and here are the essentials you need to know:
This is the only AGESA validated and recommended for the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X. Your motherboard must have a BIOS with AGESA 1004 for full and proper support.
It adds final support for "Eco Mode," accessible via Ryzen Master. Eco Mode brings AMD Configurable TDP (cTDP) technology to 3rd Gen Ryzen. With one button, you can run a 95W/105W model at 65W, or 65W models at 45W. This feature has been especially fun to use with the 3900X—12 cores at 65W! We know some of you have been very interested in a configuration like this, and now you can have it with the touch of a button. :)
AGESA 1004 is the "big one" that reunites the codebase for all AM4-compatible processors. Up until now, 3rd Gen Ryzen has been a fork of the mainline. So, if you have an older Ryzen CPU and have been waiting for a major AGESA release: this is it! This will allow motherboard vendors to unify their CPU and chipset support lists on one codebase.
As a major stability release, you're undoubtedly curious about the major changes. Here are some of the big ones:
AMD X570 stability and compatibility with add-in devices.
Improvements to interoperability of PCIe, USB, SATA, and device reset capabilities.
Additional enhancements for PCIe device support and stability.
Improved system stability when switching through ACPI power states.
Improved POST/boot times. This will vary by motherboard.
There are also two performance enhancements: improvements to fastest core utilization, and further boost frequency optimizations for the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X.
Because of the size and complexity of AGESA 1004, and the extensive regression testing required on older motherboards (unified codebase), please expect the QA and release schedule to take a few weeks yet for older motherboards. For newer motherboards, like AMD X570, releases have already started to hit the web over the past 2 weeks.
Edit 2 : Another geekbench 4 compute result. This time with 4GB variant.https://preview.redd.it/7opk8qif9gy31.png?width=2560&format=png&auto=webp&s=8c0839d87523f54fd014906d7f51b5be29efa219
Edit 1 : CONFIRMED here is the geekbench 5 score with an 8GB RX 5500M and the same motherboardhttps://preview.redd.it/8ytjokttsfy31.png?width=2560&format=png&auto=webp&s=c5d340a6ab6bdb5f65263e03a4443f630334958f
Unknown Apple motherboard (MacBook Pro 16,1)
i9-9880H, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD ==> Higher-end configuration
Unknown 8GB graphics card with vendor "Apple Computer" ==> Internal GPU
Driver 26.20.13003.2013 is a variant of 19.9.1
GPU clock speed matches RX 5500M (1448MHz)
Memory clock is matching 12Gbps GDDR6 but the 5500M in MSI's laptop uses 14Gbps GDDR6
Jul 1, 2010