- Update AGESA Code 184.108.40.206
That’s the only thing interesting in the update. But I won’t update, because that can cause the motherboard to no longer boot with video cards, at least EVGA video cards.
Ha, that update was announced in May of last year.
MSI is slow as fuck.
The last addition should excite those interested in virtualization. AMD has announced "fresh support" for PCI Express Access Control Services (ACS), which enables the ability to manually assign PCIe graphics cards within IOMMU groups. This should be a breath of fresh air to those who have previously tried to dedicate a GPU to a virtual machine on a Ryzen system, since it is a task that has thus far been fraught with difficulties.
Well, in that case, I’ll probably upgrade. Except, I don’t really need that, unless I want to put the video card in the slower slot. It’s already isolated. Does it let me select a boot GPU?
That article doesn’t mention when the update was supposed to happen. On the 19th for MSI.
That update would be nice, I think you can passthrough stuff if it’s all in the same group. Or a separate group. If there’s other stuff in the group, you have to pass it through too.
I want to passthrough a PCIe ethernet adapter, so I don’t have to use a shitty USB 3.0 adapter. All USB ethernet adapters suck. Pretty sure I removed those cards. Don’t know where I put them.
I’ll update sometime after I wake up. Got to remember what the RAM speed is, updating might erase that. Running it at a faster speed results in memory errors. It’s not a 32 GB kit, two 16 GB kits, same brand and model. But apparently that isn’t good enough.