Some users have reported experiencing memory instability on their PowerSpec G714. We have determined this to be a memory controller binning issue that effects a relatively small number of the 7800X3D processors used on this system. The issue stems from the VDDP voltage set when the XMP is loaded. We have released BIOS version 1.M6. If you're encountering instability, please download the BIOS and follow the directions below. All G714's built after 7/6/2023 have this latest BIOS installed by default. All PowerSpec G714 systems in our stores have been pulled and had the BIOS flashed as a precaution as of writing this post.
After this you can go into the BIOS to confirm the new BIOS version, or search for system information in Windows 11 and confirm via the BIOS/Version line. All of G714's can flash this BIOS, but if you're not experiencing issues it's unnecessary. We will be offering BIOS updates in the future for the new AGESA firmware releases. Please see: https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/13613/powerspec-am5-agesa-1-0-0-7b-optional#latest
If you are not comfortable performing this BIOS update, we will perform this service for you free of charge in-store. If you have any questions, please let us know.
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