This is a response to numerous cases of processor failures when overclocking memory through AMD EXPO profiles.
According to the WCCF resource, Asus has updated the warranty policy for motherboards for AMD AM5 processors. The warranty now covers cases of memory overclocking using the AMD EXPO or Intel XMP profiles, as well as when installing beta BIOS versions.
Asus has updated its AMD AM5 motherboard warranty policy.
“ We want to allay our users’ concerns about whether recent BIOS updates will affect the warranty of AM5 motherboards. We would like to assure our customers that both beta and final BIOS versions for AM5 motherboards are covered by the original manufacturer’s warranty,” Asus wrote, adding that “ all AMD EXPO, Intel XMP and DOCP memory configurations are covered.” “.
All this is a response to numerous cases of processor failure when overclocking memory through AMD EXPO profiles – this causes a cascade of events , as a result of which the processor burns out and the motherboard (at least its socket) is damaged. The problem manifested itself on motherboards from different manufacturers, but it was Asus motherboards that were most often seen in such incidents.