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    where are you folks getting your drivers at? i have an amd driver thats from 2015 for the ahci driver, and i have a second sata controller driver thats 2006, i also have a patriot hellfire m.2 that has outdated drivers. i have tried all the drivers from asus, and amd, i can't seem to find updated drivers. it's driving me crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Culley40 View Post
    where are you folks getting your drivers at? i have an amd driver thats from 2015 for the ahci driver, and i have a second sata controller driver thats 2006, i also have a patriot hellfire m.2 that has outdated drivers. i have tried all the drivers from asus, and amd, i can't seem to find updated drivers. it's driving me crazy.
    There is a thread on page 2 with the 17.30 link.
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    Sorry, noob here, could someone please explain what's the relationship between the 9*** UEFI builds vs the 1*** uefi builds? (i.e. 9920 vs 1403)

    Also, to confirm, the Bios and UEFI are different things and need to be installed separately, right? (i.e. Bios 1501 and UEFI 1403 or 9920)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firedrops View Post
    Sorry, noob here, could someone please explain what's the relationship between the 9*** UEFI builds vs the 1*** uefi builds? (i.e. 9920 vs 1403)

    Also, to confirm, the Bios and UEFI are different things and need to be installed separately, right? (i.e. Bios 1501 and UEFI 1403 or 9920)
    I think the way they name the BIOS is that the official/beta release will be incremental
    and pre-release or alpha build will be decrease in the naming scheme.

    and UEFI is basically basically modern day BIOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Culley40 View Post
    where are you folks getting your drivers at? i have an amd driver thats from 2015 for the ahci driver, and i have a second sata controller driver thats 2006, i also have a patriot hellfire m.2 that has outdated drivers. i have tried all the drivers from asus, and amd, i can't seem to find updated drivers. it's driving me crazy.
    Sounds like you are getting worked up over nothing. You already have the latest controller drivers, one from AMD and one standard driver. You should get awesome performance from your various drives with that combo. I don't think your Patriot Hellfire m.2 uses separate drivers so you should be set there. You could check Patriots site and see if they have any software available or maybe a firmware update. If not, I wouldn't wory about it. The chipset drivers you need and you can get them from AMD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firedrops View Post
    Sorry, noob here, could someone please explain what's the relationship between the 9*** UEFI builds vs the 1*** uefi builds? (i.e. 9920 vs 1403)

    Also, to confirm, the Bios and UEFI are different things and need to be installed separately, right? (i.e. Bios 1501 and UEFI 1403 or 9920)
    They are not separate. Most of us have been messing around with PC tech for a long time and we have always called the motherboard software the BIOS. UEFI is the modern term but it is still being called the BIOS by us enthusiasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyliu View Post
    I think the way they name the BIOS is that the official/beta release will be incremental
    and pre-release or alpha build will be decrease in the naming scheme.

    and UEFI is basically basically modern day BIOS.
    Quote Originally Posted by dlbsyst View Post
    They are not separate. Most of us have been messing around with PC tech for a long time and we have always called the motherboard software the BIOS. UEFI is the modern term but it is still being called the BIOS by us enthusiasts.
    Thanks for the helpful replies, guys. Is 9920 the more 'experimental' build than 1501, and will eventually be published as, say, 1503? Or is 1501 the actual latest availble to us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firedrops View Post
    Thanks for the helpful replies, guys. Is 9920 the more 'experimental' build than 1501, and will eventually be published as, say, 1503? Or is 1501 the actual latest availble to us?
    I wouldn't say one is more experimental than another at this point. Pretty much every BIOS out so far has some issue with, some more than others. I might be wrong but so far, it doesn't look like any of the 9-series BIOS's have made it to the release line. Based on how the 9-series BIOS's are focused, I am guessing that they are more internal builds for focusing on specific things. 9943 was focued on 16GB of RAM or less where the 9945 was focused more towards 16GB of RAM or more in 4 stick configurations. When we get betas like 1401, I consider them closer to release candidates than a beta because a coule of BIOS's have become final without any changes what so ever.
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    Please give us updates!

    It really feels like they do not care about X370 at the moment.

    The last answer from Raja was on page 106 and is over one month old :-(

    I think all of us would appreciate some updates about future bios versions and agesa updates.
    That is the least we deserve. But just my personal opinion :-(

    Thank you very much in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syaoran View Post
    that still doesn't update the drivers to even 2017, sata controller driver's are important for ssd's and functioning correctly, i will never buy another patriot product, they have no nvme drivers.
    ryzen 7 1800x@ 4ghz, 32gb corsair lpx 8gbx4,asus crossair iv x370 hero

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