I'm CCing Bruce, maybe he knows.
According to random googled page:
The A76M FCH is an upgraded A70M FCH, or better yet A76M = Bolton M3 and A70M =
Does anyone know if there are public docs for the A76M (possibly under another name), and how feasible it is to drive it with current public (or to-be-released) AGESA?
Anyway, how it looks with AMD/AGESA story?
I think bolton should be very similar to Hudson, and googling for A88X its revision number starts at 16h (the hudson had 11-14h)
There is a good chance that Bolton will somewhat work with current hudson I think - even PCI IDs match.
Maybe we can try first to support some FM2+ board with bolton and see how it goes. I'm all for that considering the effort I put into the FCH/Trinity AGESA it would be a shame if it is wasted just with a single board ;)
Possible candidates: Looks quite new (seems released this year)
ASUS A88X-PLUS (Lunched 09/11/2013) ASUS A88X-PRO (Lunched in January?) A88XM-A (Lunched 07/29/2013)
Most promising: ASUS A78M-E - AMD A78 (very new, microITX, cheap, ITE sio)
Very similar: ASUS A78M-A (but more dimm slots, supported SIO, launched February?)
Is here someone who wants to work on this perhaps together with me? (of course donations welcome ;) I will buy some / work on that only if someone else buys it too.