MSI announced last week that it will release an updated BIOS for the new Ryzen 7000 series processors. The new BIOS will integrate the AGESA COMBOPI version 220.127.116.11 program and continue to improve the performance of the B650 and X670 motherboards.
Now the new BIOS based on the 18.104.22.168 program has been launched, and the BETA version will be provided for the first release. After the actual test, it is used normally, and the official version of the program will be downloaded later. This version mainly optimizes some details and supports Ryzen 7600, 7700 and 7900 processing For those who want to try something new, you can experience it first.
In addition, MSI has 3 unique features to help users overclock their systems, namely Adaptive Dual Mode Overclocking, PBO Temperature Wall and TDP Profile Presets.
Earlier, MSI introduced a brand new feature in MSI BIOS called Adaptive Dual Mode Overclocking, which provides 3 levels of preset and advanced options for users to choose. Then combined with AMD’s default PBO “Precision Boost Overdrive” and MSI’s OC settings, it provides higher CPU performance in single-core and multi-core.
The next feature is called PBO Temperature Wall, and MSI has built in several PBO temperature profiles, namely 85°C, 75°C, and 65°C, which will allow the CPU to run at the highest temperature. Also with these profile settings, the CPU will also run at a lower voltage to stay within thermal limits and keep the CPU temperature down.
The last feature is TDP configuration presets. It is a very friendly feature for those who are not familiar with CPU overclocking. An MSI exclusive configuration TDP provides several preset configuration files with different TDP settings to choose from in BIOS. This gives users nothing to worry about and don’t want to manually modify the settings, it’s just a one-time configuration. Configure TDP feature will work on all MSI X670 and B650 chipset motherboards.
To download the new version of BIOS, you can go to MSI official website www.msicn.com.cn, search for motherboard model → technical support → driver & download → download in BIOS.