MSI announces its entire AMD 300-series motherboard lineup will support Zen3

Published: May 13th 2022, 07:05 GMT   Comments

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A Huge Step for Unprecedented Compatibility, MSI 300-series Motherboards Are Ready to Support Zen 3 Processors with AGESA Combo PI V2

[Taipei, Taiwan] AMD has announced great news about extending the portfolio for system builds. The Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor will now support the oldest socket AM4 motherboards, which includes the X370, B350, and A320 chipset. This substantial improvement offers a seamless way to upgrade to “Zen 3” performance, including the AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D that has ground-breaking AMD 3D V-Cache technology.

MSI’s Entire Line-Up of AMD 300-Series Motherboards Will Support the Zen 3 Processors with AMD AGESA COMBO PI V2

To use the Zen 3 processors on the current 300-Series motherboards, you need to update to the latest AMD AGESA COMBO PI V2 BIOS. In response to the upgrade demands, MSI will release BIOS from the middle of May, beginning with the MSI 300-Series motherboards. For the 500- and 400-Series motherboards, we will release the latest beta BIOS at the beginning of June, which will fix the fTPM intermittent performance stuttering issues.


  • Extend the Compatibility with Zen 3 Processors on MSI 300-Series Motherboards.
  • Improve The Intermittent Performance Stuttering Issues with fTPM Enabled.

MSI will continue to update the latest news for our users. Please follow MSI’s official channels and check the product pages for BIOS updates.
*Download and install the latest BIOS using M-Flash or Flash BIOS Button to update affected models.
**Ensure to always download the latest BIOS from corresponding product pages.

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