It appears like Gigabyte has silently added help for AMD’s Ryzen 5000 (Zen 3) and Ryzen 4000 (Zen 2) CPUs on older A320 motherboards. The A320 lineup dates again to the 300-series lineup and was geared toward entry-level PCs.
Gigabyte Silently Provides Ryzen 5000 and Ryzen 4000 CPU Assist on A320 Motherboards
The A320 lineup of motherboards was aimed primarily at funds and entry-level PC builders and got here principally in mATX flavors. The boards supplied a baseline characteristic set coupled with a typical energy supply system which normally did not even characteristic any heatsink resolution on them because the boards had been solely beneficial for the non-X components. Nonetheless, given their sub $100 US costs, they made them excellent selections for PC builders who had been trying to construct cheaper gaming setups with Ryzen CPUs.
Gigabyte has now launched new AGESA 22.214.171.124 B BIOS firmware for 2 A320 motherboards, the GA-A320M-H, and the GA-A320M-S2H. All three revisions of every respective motherboard might be getting help for AMD’s Ryzen 5000 (Zen 3) and Ryzen 4000 (Zen 2) CPUs together with the flagship Ryzen 9 5950X. Following are the motherboards with a hyperlink to their newest BIOS in case you have improve plans for them:
As for what’s new throughout the BIOS, Gigabyte lists the next modifications that are precisely what we have now talked about above:
- Replace AGESA ComboV2 126.96.36.199 B
- Add compatibility for processors help
Whereas that is excellent news for entry-level builders who plan on upgrading their AMD Ryzen CPU to one thing new with out altering their total platform, the identical customers aren’t suggested to place an AMD Ryzen 9 5950X or different flagship SKUs on entry-level motherboards because of their insufficient energy supply programs. Chips such because the Ryzen 5 5600X or 5800X may make sense nevertheless 16 and 12 core components may present instability contemplating these platforms weren’t in any respect designed with these high-core rely chips in thoughts.