- Gigabyte new BIOS F33 doesn't show the AGESA number anymore
That "version" string is completely arbitrary. Gigabyte could make it say "ur mom gay" if they wanted to.ID: h1yho2p
The only way now to know the AGESA version is to check their support page for BIOSID: h1ypn91
Always been that way for me. Am on f13c b550i and same screen as you only shows f13c, no AGESA
I noticed this too, not that it makes any real difference.
I can't believe Gigabyte didn't release stable version of 126.96.36.199 for B550 while other manufactures have 188.8.131.52 beta already...ID: h1zb82l
From what I remember, there never was a stable 184.108.40.206, because AMD decided to move on to 220.127.116.11. I think all boards were stuck with beta versions of .2. Never got a full release on my Asus c8h.ID: h1zo51e
MSI released a "stable" or at least a final version for their X570 boards. Although I don't see any difference from the beta ones.ID: h208b5s
well on the same time gigabyte was extremely fast with older agesa until 18.104.22.168 so that just how it is. they got like 1 guy doing the bios implementation so it takes time if there are lots of skus to update at the same time and gigabyte had some trouble with 22.214.171.124 before which took them quite some time to fix which did leaded to beeing late in the first place.
AIDA64 membench show AGESA versionID: h1yk8pn
where? I don't see it neither in Tools -> Cache and Memory Benchmark, and neither in Tools -> AID64 CPUIDID: h1ykadu
BIOS F33 Checksum : A079 Update AMD AGESA ComboV2 126.96.36.199
where do you get new bios? their website all old oneID: h1ypd8jID: h1ytdcd
mine aorus b550 pro ac ... thought new 188.8.131.52 ... still old bios... 184.108.40.206 was reported fix usb slot of mine... still wait
Still the same if you check CPU-Z Validator?
It's gone from new AGESA's (for whatever reason).
Some late bioses from Gigabyte simply don't have AGESA!V9 in the binary, so version information is simply missing. Not sure who did this (AMD or GBT), does not really matter as boost progressively gets worse with each new AGESA (so if your IF does not go above 1866, it's better to use 1100d or even 1100c)