AMD has had a great launch earlier this month. Launching they Ryzen 7 lineup of CPUs has definitely pulled Intel back into their socks charging ridiculous prices for CPUs.
AMD has been continuously at work to improve and fix these early issues with Ryzen CPUs and they have been continuously been updating the community regarding that. From the issues with the Windows 10 scheduler to the AM4 BIOS issue, it seems to be coming to a halt. With brands continuously working on updating their BIOS for the AM4 platform, many users are seeing some great improvements in performance and overclocks.
Recently, Asrock has managed to pull its BIOS out of it’s BETA period. That is, for their X370 Killer SLI motherboard for the AM4 socket. Regarding what has been improved, Asrock mentions that they’ve optimized AMD’s AGESA code for AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 5 launch.
Considering that they improved the AGESA code, it should give Ryzen 5 users a better experience at overclocking their RAM and CPU. In fact since we are seeing more manufacturers jumping onto the AMD bandwagon, we hope that the cooling supply keeps up.