Firmware update AMD Ryzen improve the support for DDR4 memory

According to the source, AMD is preparing a firmware update AMD Ryzen, which will improve support for DDR4 memory.

The version of AGESA (AMD Generic Encapsulated Software Architecture) 1.0.0.6 will be sent to the manufacturers of motherboards in the form of a BIOS update. It will enhance the stability of the system, eliminating errors, and add access to more than two dozen registers integrated memory controller Summit Ridge. The latter should improve compatibility with memory modules DDR4, optimized for Intel platforms. In addition, users will have the opportunity to adjust the frequency and delay for a wider range of sets of DDR4 modules.

Source: HotHardware

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