Hi. I have this laptop and it has AGESA StoneyPI 1.3.0.A, which is kind of old at this point, the latest bios version is 1.08 but right now I have 1.09 (my laptop came with 1.06, upgraded to 1.08 and maybe sometime in the last 2 year windows update updated my bios). Here’s a pic about the bios (attachment)
I saw that Coreboot and other bioses have Agesa StoneyPI 184.108.40.206 (github .com/coreboot/blobs/blob/master/pi/amd/00670F00/FP4/AGESA_Release_Notes.txt) and also 220.127.116.11 partial from 2018 march (compared to normal 2017 november) but with much less tool and it shows only for FT4 (not FP4 socket, even if it’s there in the 18.104.22.168 partial notes)
Also, there is this version on Microcode repo, but it says for 6006705 meanwhile these shows 6006704 from Coreboot, and I don’t know which rev I have. (right now it says Microcode update revision 600611A… so maybe the one from this repo here is the latest, being from 2018-02?
I would be good with the 22.214.171.124, or the 6006705 included in my bios version (idk if they are the same, or what)
Here it would be the agesa bin for FP4 socket which I have: github .com/coreboot/blobs/tree/master/pi/amd/00670F00/FP4
(or if you need more to it, I’m sure you will find in this github page)
Thank you very much! In the FIles you have a picture about the BIOS, the microcode from the github repo, and the 126.96.36.199 from coreboot