I mentioned the upgrade of the motherboard BIOS, B450M DS3H rev1.0. But I forgot to describe the difference and changes.

1) There is no need to go into the BIOS settings to do anything. I just restart the computer to make the new BIOS work.

2) Change Logs


  1. Update AMD AGESA B
  2. Improve system boot time
  3. Improve RAID function compatibility
  4. Improve PCIe device compatibility


  1. Update AGESA ABBA
  2. Improve Destiny 2 gaming compatibility
  3. Correction of PCIe Gen4 being disabled when using a 3rd Gen Ryzen (Matisse) CPU due to this AGESA


  1. Update AGESA AB
  2. Improve M.2 SSD compatibility


  1. Update AGESA for next Gen. AMD Ryzen™ CPUs full support


  1. Improve USB device compatibility
  2. Improve Q-Flash compatibility


  1. Improve USB compatibility


  1. Update AGESA for Athlon 200-series (Raven2) APU and further new CPU support
  2. Improve USB compatibility


  1. Improve USB device compatibility

Changes? Improvements?


Based on the Wikipedia page.

AMD Generic Encapsulated Software Architecture (AGESA), is a procedure library developed by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), used to perform the Platform Initialization (PI) on mainboards using their AMD64 architecture. As part of the BIOS of such mainboards, AGESA is responsible for the initialization of the processor cores, memory, and the HyperTransport controller.

The latest F50 BIOS has AMD AGESA B. The report said it brings fast booting.


There are so many changes. Mostly related to improving compatibility. It is so important to make sure everything installed on the board works.

BIOS interface

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