Yesterday, AMD launched a brand new Ryzen chipset driver, model 184.108.40.2062 (opens in new tab), that fixes a number of bugs with AMD Ryzen platforms. Most notably, the motive force fixes a number of BSOD points that had been current within the earlier revision, with 4 of the included drivers receiving bug fixes solely for BSODs.
These BSOD fixes apply to the AMD PSP driver, MicroPEP Driver, USB4 CM Driver, and the S0i3 Filter Driver. In the event you’ve skilled any latest BSOD issues together with your AMD Ryzen system, it is likely to be a good suggestion to put in these new chipset drivers to see if it helps.
AMD additionally supplied a number of extra optimizations, updates, and fixes, together with new program assist added to the AMD PSP driver, added customized ACS sensor assist for the SFH driver, and it up to date the .inf file to take away redundancy with the MicroPEP driver. New program assist was additionally added to the PPM provisioning driver, and AMD fastened a number of different points with the USB4 CM driver, together with a bug for S0i3 circumstances, and a repair for DP mild up with reboot cycles.
This launched seems nearly fully devoted to bug fixes, with no new driver variations for anything inside AMD’s chipset bundle. For one of the best set up expertise, we additionally suggest you uninstall the earlier AMD drivers prior to installing this new model.
This new driver helps all of AMD’s Ryzen-based platforms, all the way in which from first era Ryzen to the newest socket AM5 Ryzen 7000 sequence. That additionally contains any APUs, cell chips, and Threadripper counterparts. AMD 300-, 400-, 500-, and 600-series chipsets are supported, in addition to Threadripper X399 and TRX40.
For extra particulars, verify AMD’s patch notes (opens in new tab).