AMD R5 7600X part of the dual Zen 4 CCD design, but only 6 cores 12 threads”, this news once caused users the open core of the discussion.
At that time, some users found that AMD R5 7600X desktop CPU had two designs, one with a single CCD design, while some models used two CCDs, which led to the phenomenon of two R5 7600X on the market.
This would not be a problem, but AMD and Intel usually release firmware updates to address critical vulnerabilities like Spectre, and normally to “improve system stability and optimize system smoothness”, due to certain details, these microcode updates can lead to problems, such as now The problem is that these microcode updates can lead to problems, such as now.
Some users found that after AMD released the latest AGESA 18.104.22.168 firmware update for the Raider 7000 series, the Ryzen 5 7600X experienced a serious performance drop, and the most serious may not even boot up.
It’s worth noting that not all R5 7600Xs are affected. Some developers have noted that AMD appears to have disabled Core0 in the AGESA update, causing some dual CCD R5 7600X processors to be affected.
That said, the System Management Unit (SMU) version 84.79.204 is buggy and the new SMU version 84.79.210 should fix the issue. Currently, motherboard manufacturers other than Gigabyte have also removed AGESA 22.214.171.124, so those who have not updated can jump straight to the latest version, while if you have already installed this update it is recommended to roll back to the previous firmware version and then download the latest version of the BIOS update from the official website.