AMD Has Advised Motherboard Vendors to Hold Off on Rolling Out BIOS Based on AGESA 1.0.0.7 BIOS Firmware after It’s Discovered to Be a Buggy Mess

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AMD has advised motherboard vendors to wait until its next firmware update gets rolled out for inclusion in their BIOS updates. The request follows a chain of events that began when users reported that their Ryzen 7000 X3D series CPUs were burning up and images of damaged motherboards and CPUs surfaced online. Investigations ensued, including a lengthy and detailed video by Gamers Nexus who explored in depth the root causes of these incidents.

It is now being reported that AMD has advised motherboard vendors to wait until AGESA 1.0.9.0, which is currently in internal testing and expected to correct these and other issues, before rolling out their own BIOS firmware updates. Meanwhile, users are advised to stick with AGESA 1.0.0.6 and avoid any BETA BIOSes until after this all gets sorted out.

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