Tuesday, September 29th 2020

MSI Releases AGESA Combo PI V2 1.1.0.0 BIOS Updates for AMD 500-series Motherboards

MSI, the world leading gaming motherboard brand, releases optimized BIOS updates for AMD 500-series motherboards. Combo PI V2 1.1.0.0 BIOS has been released and it will be able to download in the coming days.

Highlights include: Optimized compatibility for AMD Ryzen 3000-Series and Ryzen 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors and future AM4 socket processors, solve some specific OC failure issues, updated SMU module, and optimized DDR4 memory overclocking. MSI will keep announcing BIOS news. Please find the latest information of the complete product list and more details about the Combo PI V2 1.1.0.0 and newer BIOS update on this blog.
After the previous updating, MSI keeps making a great effort to offer optimized BIOS updates for AMD 500-series motherboards. With high expectations, the latest AMD Combo PI V2 version 1.1.0.0 BIOS for X570 and B550 motherboards will be ready for users to download and update constantly from the end of September. As for A520 motherboards, Combo PI V2 version 1.1.0.0 BIOS will be released by the end of October. In addition to AMD 500-series motherboards, the updated version is also expected to support AMD future processors. Please read the following information related to key points for the BIOS improvements.
Add your own comment

8 Comments on MSI Releases AGESA Combo PI V2 1.1.0.0 BIOS Updates for AMD 500-series Motherboards

#1
lynx29
so this is the BIOS for 5000 series chips october 8th?
Posted on Reply
#2
Rus4kova
I don't see any 400-series motherboards on that list !
Posted on Reply
#3
Melvis
Rus4kova
I don't see any 400-series motherboards on that list !
They said months ago that it will come at a later date after the 500 series
Posted on Reply
#4
lynx29
I have msi x570 tomahawk... just wish they could be more clear on the wording... lol

well this is beta... and i am honestly in no rush since im waiting until oct 28th anyway for big navi. so i will just wait anyway. meh
Posted on Reply
#5
dj-electric
How the hell did we start with such nice numbers and ended up with "Combo PI V2 1.1.0.0"?
Posted on Reply
#6
Calmmo
v2 agesa is zen2 and zen3, pre v2 has older zen support, or something like that.
Why they didnt just change the number to 2.x.x.x instead... erm amd big brains thought Combo PI V2 was.. easier :confused:
Posted on Reply
#7
regs
dj-electric
How the hell did we start with such nice numbers and ended up with "Combo PI V2 1.1.0.0"?
That's quite a version - 2.1.1.0.0. We also started with AGESA and ended with Combo PI. Unless I take it right that Combo PI is a rebrand of AGESA? It's a mess now.
Posted on Reply
#8
VulkanBros
Stable (on a 2700X at 4400 MHz) - for 4 hours gaming...

Posted on Reply