Ryzen 7000X3D CPU users should make sure they have the latest BIOS

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    Ryzen 7000X3D CPU users should make sure they have the latest BIOS

    New BIOS updates attempt to keep Ryzen 7000X3D processors from frying themselves | Ars Technica

    Pretty self explanatory. Update to the latest BIOS or buy some extra smoke detectors.


    Last edited by Ghot; 24 Apr 2023 at 22:29.
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    Voltage regulator going over 1.5 core and uncore well these are just the times we live in because we are trying to maximize parts that need to get bigger, its not very wise to buy parts on release these days because of these reasons.

    We already know the LGA has to get bigger there is no point buying in early. Warranty sure but just wait until the parts have seasoned by a few revisions and then buy.

    Computers are in a bad shape atm imo because we need to go bigger on the LGA there is no other way around it, else we just going to keep getting these repeat issues which all stem from trying to push to much speed and power on LGA that are to small now.

    they are saying certain motherboards this and that around the news and consensus but if you notice Debauer is saying that its not an isolated incident it is happening outside of those boards and various setups.

    I guess what i mean is because it sounds out of context yes many of these instances are their own issues but it is also overall because we need to go bigger on the LGA that is actual the main reason why we see many issues now because they are trying to do to much in a small confound.
    Last edited by Malneb; 25 Apr 2023 at 09:29.
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