The analysis, system and optimization tool AMD Ryzen Master receives with the latest version 184.108.40.2067 an error correction for the two current desktop processors Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 5 5600X (test) type Vermeer based on Zen 3, their telemetry data previously were read incorrectly by the program.
New version fixes bugs with telemetry data
Only the hexa-core and octa-core processors were affected by the problem, the two large models Ryzen 9 5900X and 5950X with 12 and 16 cores, respectively, had already provided correct values to the tool. In combination with the current Ryzen Master, the latest AMD chipset driver in version 220.127.116.111 should also be used, which offers five new driver packages and more stability.
In addition to the usual, obligatory optimizations and error corrections as well as the problems that have not yet been resolved, the current release notes are rather clear.
AMD Ryzen Master v18.104.22.1687 – Release Notes
As with the chipset driver, AMD itself recommends uninstalling the previous generation before reinstalling the Ryzen Master v22.214.171.1247. Even if AMD itself requires an X570 chipset, an installation on a mainboard with a B550 (test) ran smoothly.
Download on ComputerBase
The AMD Ryzen Master v126.96.36.1997 can be downloaded as usual directly below this message from the download archive of ComputerBase or directly from the manufacturer.
The recommended AMD chipset driver v188.8.131.521 is also linked under this note.
The current chipset drivers for operating an AMD mainboard.
AMD Ryzen Master is a tool for overclocking AMD Ryzen processors under Windows.