Gigabyte has introduces a big update for its AM5 motherboards. This update is getting ready fot the highly anticipated release of AMD’s Ryzen 8000G “Hawk Point” APU. The newest BIOS firmware, called AMD AGESA 184.108.40.206a, improves support and functionality for these upcoming processors.
Giganyte is the first to confirm the existence of AMD Ryzen 8000G series, making it a leader among motherboard manufacturers. This confirmation was part od the release highlights for Gigabyte’s 220.127.116.11 BIOS firmware. Following this, other major motherboards makers are doing the same by introducing their own AGESA 18.104.22.168 BIOS update for the AM5 motherboard lineup. This covers the X670, B650, and A620 chipset.
The newly revealed BIOS firmware from Gigabyte is a crucial step in making the AM5 platform work better for the upcoming Ryzen 8000G “Hawk Point” APUs. This firmware release is likely the initial phase of a series of patches and updates set to roll out before the official launch of the Ryzen 8000G processors.
Notably, the BIOS update includes specific versions labeled as F21a and FA2a, corresponding to different motherboard models within the Gigabyte AM5 lineup. These designations ensure compatibility and optimal performance for each respective motherboard variant.
A standout feature of this BIOS release is the updated System Management Unit (SMU) for the Hawk Point family. The SMU, advanced from version 76.75.0 to 76.78.0, plays a crucial role in managing various aspects of system performance, contributing to a more efficient and stable user experience.
For users eager to explore the latest enhancements, Gigabyte has provided a comprehensive list of AM5 motherboards. This list includes their respective support pages where the updated BIOS can be obtained. The extensive list covers various models, ranging from the high-end X670E Aorus Xtreme, X670E Aorus Master, and X670E Aorus Pro X, to the more budget-friendly B650M DS3H and A620M C.
As is customary with any BIOS update, Gigabyte advises users to exercise caution and stick to their current BIOS versions unless a significant update is available or issues are encountered. With the imminent launch of AMD Ryzen 8000G “Hawk Point” APUs scheduled for the end of January, users are encouraged to stay informed and await the latest BIOS releases around the official launch. This ensures users can benefit from the most stable and optimized support for the new Ryzen 8000G chips on the AM5 platform.
The release of AMD AGESA 22.214.171.124a BIOS firmware for its AM5 motherboards showcase a proactive approach of gigabyte. This is in preparation for the Ryzen 8000G “Hawk Point” APU series. As the industry gears up for the anticipated launch, motherboard manufacturers are racing to provide users with the latest updates. The aim is to ensure a seamless and enhanced computing experience with AMD’s next generation processors.