The AMD Ryzen 3000 will get faster with upcoming updates!

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Ryzen 3000 processors are being a real hit for AMD! By the way, as you may know, the manufacturer that was so close to bankruptcy got the giant Intel on track. Which, in fact, few people expected given the last decade of both companies.

That said, AMD even has a very significant effort to fix all the bugs that have appeared, leveraging to improve the performance of its 7nm Zen 2 based processors.

AMD Ryzen 3000 processors will get even faster!

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Therefore, according to Planet 3DNow, AMD Ryzen processors will receive a new micro-code update that will not only fix some bugs that persist in disappearing, but will also bring some performance improvements and of course new features.

In short, the AGESA update should bring more than 100 modifications to the micro code, including bugfixes, performance enhancements and new features.

Thus, version of the AGESA micro-code is expected to arrive next month, after a few test rounds by motherboard manufacturers. However, the leaker chose not to reveal much more information about the news.

Still, it turns out to be great for the market to see that AMD not only got Intel in its pocket. As is also intended to continue on the top millstone by releasing several important updates. After all, several have been released, and the CPUs only hit the market in July.

Now we have to wait and see what these improvements are… And of course, see if Intel's gaming throne will be threatened by the arrival of the 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen 3950X. That should be even more impressive with the addition of these improvements.

Besides, what do you think about all this? Share with us your opinion in the comments below.




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