A person (by way of Komachi_Ensaka (opens in new tab)) on the MSI boards (opens in new tab) has shared a beta firmware for MSI’s MEG X570 Unify motherboard that unlocks a number of beforehand unavailable choices for the Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
Earlier than the Ryzen 7 5800X3D’s launch, AMD had confirmed that overclocking was off the desk. The chipmaker blocked all frequency and core voltage adjustment choices from the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, in order that homeowners will not see any of these choices contained in the motherboard’s BIOS. Sadly, that additionally leaves out the chance to undervolt the processor. Nonetheless, some AMD motherboards available on the market include an exterior clock generator that reportedly means that you can overclock the BCLK on the Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
In accordance with Svet, the administrator on the MSI boards, the E7C35AMS firmware for the MEG X570 Unify has unlocked extra Vcore offset, Precision Enhance Overdrive (PBO), and Curve Optimizer. The discussion board person claims that MSI does not advocate customers to overlock their Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
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Along with the beta firmware, the MSI discussion board administrator additionally shared screenshots of some Cinebench R23 runs that he did on the Ryzen 7 5800X3D. Sadly, he did not element the settings he had modified, however his outcomes confirmed a 4.7% greater multi-core efficiency. Sadly, single-core efficiency did not see any advantages, with a margin of lower than 1%.
The firmware is at present in beta, so MSI nonetheless has to iron out all of the bugs and whatnot. For instance, it is unknown if the model solely provides the unlocked choices on the MEG X570 Unify or if it’s going to lengthen assist to different AMD motherboards. There’s additionally no phrase on when the official firmware might be prepared.