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MSI is the first motherboard manufacturer to use AMD's new PI Patch B AGESA code combination to release an official BIOS update. The

BIOS update supports the following MSI X570 motherboards: MEG X570 GODLIKE, MEG X570 ACE, MEG X570 UNIFY, MPG X570 GAMING PRO CARBON WIFI, MPG X570 GAMING EDGE WIFI, MPG X570 GAMING705A, PRESTI705A pro. Update

went live just a few days ago, on October 30, and there seems to be no fanfare on MSI's support page. The main attraction is that the overall system startup speed has been significantly increased on the order of about 20%, which may be more for specific builds; By anyone's standards, this is nothing to laugh about. For most systems, this means that the initial startup will feel faster and respond faster. The

MSI made a graphic using the MEG X570 GODLIKE motherboard with AMD Ryzen 5 3600 and 16GB RAM to highlight the improvements. The typical startup time ranges from 23 seconds in the last AGESA patch to 16 seconds in the last patch. The "Save and Exit" time was reduced from 23 seconds to 16 seconds. In both cases, this is 8 seconds faster. In addition to

, the BIOS update provides support for AMD Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G CPUs, as well as better NVMe device support, which extends to SATA and RAID functions based on NVMe drives.

MSI stated that the update contained bug fixes, but did not emphasize them in detail, although the company did describe “a large number of improvements in all points related to debugging and optimization compared to previous versions.”

MSI stated that it hopes to be at the end of November Previously implemented AMD's combined PI AGESA code patch B in future BIOS updates of its 400 MAX series and 300/400 series motherboards.

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