Fed up with your Ryzen 7000 PC booting up really slowly?
Here’s some good news.
AMD has released new firmware that speeds up the time taken for a Ryzen 7000 PC to boot quite considerably – in fact, AM5 rigs now boot twice as fast.
As Hardware Times reports, a fair number of users have been complaining that their Ryzen 7000 system – built on AMD’s new AM5 chipset for Zen 4 – is seriously sluggish to boot (including the tech site itself).
Now we have a piece of evidence that the new BIOS update from AMD (AGESA 1006) reduces boot times significantly, as shown by HXL, a well-known leaker on Twitter.
As you can see from the above tweet, in a PC powered by a Ryzen 9 7950X3D processor (in an ASUS ROG X670E Hero motherboard), the boot time is reduced from a lengthy 56 seconds to 30 seconds.
That’s practically cutting the wait for booting up in half, but still, 30 seconds is on the sluggish side for a modern PC.
In short, AMD still needs to do better, and we’d fully expect further honing to be realized in future BIOS versions.
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To subscribe to this YouTube channel by Clicking the button above this video Naturally we have to bear in mind that This is just a single report of a faster Startup speed and the mileage of others With am5 PCS might vary also note that In affected cases once the PC has booted To the desktop performance isn't Hampered in any way furthermore arguably You likely only boot your PC once per Day and so a bit of a weight may not be Too much of an inconvenience but it's Still irritating that a Cutting Edge Risen 7000 system is slower to boot than A risen 5000 PC of course at least in Some of these reported cases finally What's worrying for some users is that As well as Tales of slow booting for Risen 7000 PCS we have seen scattered Reports where a boot failure will occur Once in a while like once every three Boots that's certainly a prospect we Could all live without of course while Some of the Gremlins that have beset the Am5 platform since launch continue to be A problematic presence for AMD naturally That hasn't stopped the company from Pushing forward with releasing more Processors most recently we've seen the Zenfor family expanded with 3dv cash Offerings initially those x3d chips Consisted of the flagship risen 9 7 950x And 7900x but tomorrow April 6 Witnesses The debut of the 7800 X 3D which going
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