MSI will allow overclocking of the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D via BCLK with AGESA

We recently saw how the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D had a real chance of receiving some level of overclocking, despite the fact that the chip is officially locked and doesn’t even support AMD’s automatic overclocking algorithms. This has several implications, but the main one is that it is the only AMD Ryzen chip that does not support overclocking.
The record is at 5.14GHzfruit of the efforts of the overclocker TSAIK, but it seems that these efforts do not fall on deaf ears, since being part of the MSI template, could have been helping to develop the BIOS that the company will release with AGESA, which, as we read in WCCFTech, will provide BCLK overclocking capability for MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE, X570 ACE and X570 Unify.
Geeknetic MSI will allow the overclocking of the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D through BCLK with AGESA 1

Version of AGESA will also bring other improvements that will reach more of the company’s motherboards, and that is, although it will first reach the motherboards with the 500 and 400 series chipset, with a later arrival at the 300 series, which will provide these motherboards with support for processors like this Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
Thanks to this, a performance improvement of between 5 and 7 percent is reached, an improvement that should match this chip with the AMD Ryzen 7 5800 in certain tests.

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Article Writer: Jordi Bercial

Jordi Bercial

Avid technology and electronics enthusiast. I’ve been messing around with computer components almost since I could walk. I started working at Geeknetic after winning a contest on their forum about writing hardware articles. Drift, mechanics and photography lover. Feel free to leave a comment on my articles if you have any questions.

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