Biostar releases A320MH motherboard BIOS with AMD Ryzen 5000 support

Published: 27th Dec 2021, 10:12 GMT   Comments

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Update:

We reached out to Biostar PR company to ask why the website does not list AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPUs on the A320MH motherboard page anymore:

“Thanks for the email, we just checked with BIOSTAR and they informed us due to some reasons, they removed the update for now, we are very sorry we didn’t get the latest update from them.”

BIOSTAR RELEASES AN OFFICIAL BIOS PATCH FOR A320MH MOTHERBOARD TO SUPPORT AMD RYZEN 5000 SERIES PROCESSORS

Highly considered by the masses as the best budget-friendly performer, BIOSTAR’s A320MH motherboard finally gets a BIOS update to support AMD’s 5000 series processors. BIOSTAR A320MH users now have the opportunity to upgrade their systems to the latest AMD’s 5000 series processors and get a significant boost in performance and productivity out of their systems.

With BIOSTAR’s official BIOS patch version A32ESB17, users can upgrade to a range of new processors like the Ryzen 7 5800X.

We can see many motherboard manufacturers follow BIOSTAR’s approach providing a new version of BIOS for their A320 motherboards to support AMD Zen 3 processors. This move is undoubtedly a great boon for users of the A320MH motherboard extending the product use cycle even further.

It is important to note that the updated AMD Ryzen 5000 series is only supported but does not include the 5000G series APU. This is because of limitations of BIOS ROM capacity; the updated Bristol Ridge processor will no longer be supported.

Users can find the official BIOS update on the motherboard’s support page.


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