Question After BIOS update my PC boot time is slower ?

dimtodim

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hello,
to day i update new bios and after that my pc running slowly, and C R20 score drop for around 300...
any suggestion?
and what i can see in ryzen master cpu voltage max is 1.1
 
hello,
to day i update new bios and after that my pc running slowly, and C R20 score drop for around 300...
any suggestion?
and what i can see in ryzen master cpu voltage max is 1.1
Did you reset CMOS? and then set up BIOS correctly.

Different BIOS rev's have been known to change operating defaults for memory, in particular, which could also explain a change in results.
 

dimtodim

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Did you reset CMOS? and then set up BIOS correctly.

Different BIOS rev's have been known to change operating defaults for memory, in particular, which could also explain a change in results.
no i dont reset cmos just flash bios and after that done some settings, pc was much faster before update bios...now i must wait some time to boot win
 
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dimtodim

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well...a CMOS reset is very much needed.

Also... just wondering if this is a BIOS supporting Ryzen 5000 and if that could bear on defaults for Ryzen 3000. Shouldn't, but I'm just curious.
TUF GAMING X570-PLUS BIOS 2802
"1. Updated AMD AM4 AGESA V2 PI 1.1.0.0 Patch B
  1. Improve system performance and stability
  2. Improved DRAM compatibility"
even temp go up for 5 C after testing
i use power plan
1usmus Power Plan for AMD Ryzen
 
TUF GAMING X570-PLUS BIOS 2802
"1. Updated AMD AM4 AGESA V2 PI 1.1.0.0 Patch B
  1. Improve system performance and stability
  2. Improved DRAM compatibility"
even temp go up for 5 C after testing
I may be wrong...it may be the 2nd BIOS release for Ryzen 5000. The note about 'dram compatibility' suggests something getting de-tuned to me, although not necessarily of course.

But definitely do it a CMOS reset.
 

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