AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver Released

AMD has released its new chipset driver focused on the company’s Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt mobile platform. The driver includes six new driver packages, one of which adds USB 4 support for Windows 10 and 11. For now, USB 4 drivers are available for Ryzen 6000, but we expect support to be extended for Ryzen 7000 when the new AM5 platform arrives later this year.

USB 4 is the latest version of the USB connectivity standard and offers some major improvements over the older USB 3.2 specifications. As the biggest improvement, the bandwidth increases to 40 Gbps, the same as Thunderbolt 3. The Ryzen 6000 was the first AMD platform to fully adopt the USB 4 standard, with USB 4 integrated into the processor.

AMD has also brought a number of bug fixes and performance optimizations to the new chipset driver, most of which apply to all Ryzen platforms. You can download the new AMD chipset driver from this link and see the full changelog below.

  • Added new program support.
  • Added six new drivers.
  • Fixed a bug that resulted in the message “AMD Chipset Software not responding” when the installer was launched and clicked on the UI screen.

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