AMD released its new chipset driver today to increase the performance tuning for Ryzen systems with both the mainstream AM4 and HEDT TRX40 sockets.
AMD also fixed the bugs in the chipset.
The Ryzen power plan shows how the processor works in concert with various OS conditions, and also gets an upgrade from 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168.
The changelog which is somewhat spartan, mentions “new program support added” but it doesn’t stipulate the exact support added.
The chipset has a new tag for “new program support added” for the MicroPEP driver.
The MicroPEP driver helps the chipsets to manage the transitions between different power states and frequencies.
AMD also updated the I2C driver, and the changelog notes “clock frequency turning,” so it seems that AMD is tweaking its power/frequency management subsystems.
AMD also gave updates and fixed the bugs for PCI driver and SFH driver and also solved some chipset installer issues.
The User can download the new chipset driver from AMD’s support page to experience the current chipset power and performance in your system
The AMD CPUs which are supported for the Chipset driver 22.214.171.1248 :
3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Desktop, APU’s & Threadripper (Zen 2)
2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Desktop, APU’s & Threadripper (Zen +)
AMD Ryzen Desktop, APUs & Threadripper (Zen)
7th-Gen AMD A-Series Processors.
The AMD Chipsets which are supported for the Chipset driver 126.96.36.1998 :
X370, B350, A320,
The Chipset driver 188.8.131.528 download package includes :
AMD Chipset Drivers
AMD Ryzen Power Plans (required for UEFI CPPC2 in Windows 10 May 2019 update)
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