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AMD-V and XFR not available on 1300X

Go to solution Solved by NelizMastr,

It's not called AMD-V on Ryzen, but it's usually called SVM or Secure Virtual Machine. Enable that. XFR is an automatic thing, just like precision boost.

Hello everyone, I want to use VMs on my PC but I can't since AMD-V cannot be enabled on my mobo, I searched everywhere, but the setting is not in the BIOS. I got a Gigabyte GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi (B350 Chipset) What's even more outrageous, is that XFR, Core Performance Boost, etc. isn't there too, the B350 chipset is supposed to be able to enable it, it's basic, the chipset is able to overclock but not deal with XFR

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3 minutes ago, Scrub_Whisperer said:

Hello everyone, I want to use VMs on my PC but I can't since AMD-V cannot be enabled on my mobo, I searched everywhere, but the setting is not in the BIOS. I got a Gigabyte GA-AB350N Gaming WiFi (B350 Chipset) What's even more outrageous, is that XFR, Core Performance Boost, etc. isn't there too, the B350 chipset is supposed to be able to enable it, it's basic, the chipset is able to overclock but not deal with XFR

Thats strange. My B350 board from Asus has all those features. 

 

Try a BIOS reset and/or BIOS upgrade. 

Edit: It could possibly be that the Ryzen 3 chips don't support those features? Don't quote me though

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it could be labled as virtualization or something like that. 

 

as for xfr i have no idea. i´m not familiar with ryzen

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1 minute ago, Eastman51 said:

Thats strange. My B350 board from Asus has all those features. 

 

Try a BIOS reset and/or BIOS upgrade. 

Wish it could be corrected by a BIOS update, unfortunately I have the very last BIOS update (F23) and I might have reset the BIOS some 25 times

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1 minute ago, Scrub_Whisperer said:

Wish it could be corrected by a BIOS update, unfortunately I have the very last BIOS update (F23) and I might have reset the BIOS some 25 times

You'll have to do some research on that board and your CPU then. 

XFR might be labeled as "turbo" or something similar (fairly certain that's what my BIOS has it labeled as anyway).

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1 minute ago, Eastman51 said:

You'll have to do some research on that board and your CPU then. 

XFR might be labeled as "turbo" or something similar (fairly certain that's what my BIOS has it labeled as anyway).

Already went through the Owner's Manual and didn't find XFR, Turbo, CPB, anything, I found Nothing.

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Just now, Scrub_Whisperer said:

The Ryzen 3 1300X support both XFR and AMD-V

I did some looking, XFR might just be auto-enabled and auto-disabled if you OC. 

 

AMD-V should be disabled by default, but should show up in advanced settings somewhere.

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1 minute ago, Eastman51 said:

I did some looking, XFR might just be auto-enabled and auto-disabled if you OC. 

 

AMD-V should be disabled by default, but should show up in advanced settings somewhere.

Never found AMD-V

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It's not called AMD-V on Ryzen, but it's usually called SVM or Secure Virtual Machine. Enable that. XFR is an automatic thing, just like precision boost.

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1 minute ago, NelizMastr said:

It's not called AMD-V on Ryzen, but it's usually called SVM or Secure Virtual Machine. Enable that. XFR is an automatic thing, just like precision boost.

AMD confirmed it was AMD-V, will check out SVM

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1 minute ago, NelizMastr said:

It's not called AMD-V on Ryzen, but it's usually called SVM or Secure Virtual Machine.

Right, I had no idea what that setting was until I googled it when I picked through my BIOS.

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4 minutes ago, Scrub_Whisperer said:

AMD confirmed it was AMD-V, will check out SVM

In the instruction set, yes. But not in the UEFI.

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