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ASRock and Biostar announce support for AMD Ryzen 9000 “Zen 5” support for their AM5 motherboards

After several companies have already announced that their AM5 motherboards will support the latest AMD Ryzen 9000 Zen 5 series, ASRock and Biostar are now joining this run.

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Accordingly, both companies announced support for AMD’s Ryzen 9000 desktop CPU series, codenamed Granite Ridge, in the next BIOS updates. These processors are based on the Zen 5 Core architecture. The new CPUs should offer a significant increase in performance on existing and newer AM5 platforms.

In its support changelogs, ASRock states that there is AMD AGESA 1.1.7.0 support for the next generation of Ryzen processors. Biostar wrote an extra article about this. The next BIOS update, which is the AGESA PI 1.1.7.0 Patch A architecture, is intended to prepare for the upcoming release of the new AMD CPU. The company wants to ensure that BIOSTAR motherboards are prepared to exploit the full potential of these state-of-the-art processors. The motherboards receiving the update are the X670E, B650E, A620A, B650 and A620.

The BIOS update should soon be available for all users with an AM5 motherboard and make users ready for it. This means that customers of ASRock and Biostar can look forward to enjoying the new CPU series from AMD, which many are eagerly awaiting. AMD promises a strong performance compared to its Zen 4 architecture, which will top it by a lot.

It will be very interesting to see how AMD will establish itself on the market with the Zen 5 and how customers will like it (also in terms of price). No official information is currently known about Zen 5, but we can probably expect to see a presentation at this year’s Computex, which takes place from June 4 to June 7. 2024 in Taipei, further details will be revealed.

Source: ASRock, Biostar

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anton_

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Für mein Asrock Board kam gestern das Update raus. werd ich am Wochenende mal testen ob sich sonst groß was geändert hat

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Don Esteban

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Sehr cool!
Hoffe, dass das auch für mein ASrock B650 Board gilt.

Aber mal ehrlich: spielt Biostar überhaupt noch eine Rolle auf dem Markt? 🤣

Nee aber würde mich echt mal interessieren, wer in seinem PC ganz seriös Biostar nutzt (echt nicht böse gemeint).

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Hab für mein Asrock 650er (B650 PG Lightning) am Wochenende eingespielt, Bios läuft unauffällig. RAM Settings (6000er Corsair Vengance) werden einwandfrei geladen, und PBO funktioniert. Das kann ich zumindest schon sagen

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Danke für die Spende



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