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    Posted: 13 Aug 2019 at 12:44am
Hello,
I have Ryzen 2400 G (Raven Ridge) upon motherboard Fatal1ty B450 Gaming-ITX/ac.
Now i use 1.70 BIOS, can I change to 3.50 with AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABB.

I'm asking because official information is:

"ASRock does NOT recommend updating this BIOS if (...) Raven Ridge CPU is being used on your system."
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Do not move from bios 1.70

I had 2400g and updated to bios 3.x

Upgrade bios only if you upgrade to ryzen 3000 series.

Bios 1.70 was rock solid on 2400g on b450 itx.
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I have a x370 Pro 4+ 2200G with BIOS version 6.30 ( AGESA Combo-AM4 1.0.0.4 Patch B ) and it runs great.

In another post the days also a moderator said that there were problems only in the beginning and these limitations will be removed in the future.
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Originally posted by Reset Reset wrote:

I have a x370 Pro 4+ 2200G with BIOS version 6.30 ( AGESA Combo-AM4 1.0.0.4 Patch B ) and it runs great.

In another post the days also a moderator said that there were problems only in the beginning and these limitations will be removed in the future.


Correct, this always happens with new Ryzen launches, people on older generations
update to the new BIOS versions expecting improvements but end up with bugs and
issues because the early releases focus more on adding support for the new generation
often breaking compatibility with older generations in the process. Now however
things have settled and updates focus on the entire Ryzen stack not just the latest
series.
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As a general rule on my own systems and systems I work on for clients I only update
after a new product launch after the version number goes up, by then things are
usually sorted.

IE. If Ryzen 3000 support was added in version 3.xx for your board then I would wait
till version 4.xx goes up. The first major version typically focuses on support
issues and bugs with the new generation. After that more broad support becomes a focus.

This is not official in any way, just what I have observed over the years dealing
with ASRock products.
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