I need help with regards to Ryzen 5 2400G + Gigabyte AB350N Gaming WIFI. I run into trouble with the graphics driver.
After installing all chipset driver, I went ahead to install the graphics driver that was found from Gigabyte’s site. However my screen turns black and shows that there is no signal from the output. I’m using a HDMI to DVI converter as I don’t have a spare HDMI cable.
Ryzen 5 2400G
Gigabyte AB350N Gaming WIFI (latest BIOS, all settings at default)
2 X 4GB DDR4 Corsair LPX 2666MHz
Is there any reason to update bios on msi b350 tomahawk? Latest release was 3/12/18 and has agesa 18.104.22.168a. can’t seem to find a changelog of the new agesa update except for basically new processors. Is there any changes/fixes for the 1st Gen ryzen processors or anything? @wendell you got any info?
Anyone see this yet? From the looks of things the zen+ refresh might be more interesting than I had originally expected. Obviously taking all this with a grain of salt, as these are just leaks and rumors for now.
Those prices have basically been in place for a while, I think.
I might try to pick up a 1200 for supercheap, like 60 to 70 Euro, because I still have a passive RX460 around that would make for a nice little HTPC. Also not a bad thing to have to update any first gen board.
The latency improvements are the big one in my opinion. Should help a lot with TR and it’ll be interesting to see if the trend of improvement continues with zen 2. The memory speed is a big one too, especially for gamers. I remember seeing somewhere that a 1700 at 4 with 3600mhz ram was virtually identical to a 7700k at 5ghz with a 1070 or 1080. Not a bad refresh!