On October 8, CEO Dr. Ryzen 5000 series processors, which will be introduced by Lisa Su, have already made many people curious. Processors that will come with AM4 socket may be the last members of this socket. Although it was said that only 500 series motherboards will be supported for the 5000 series in the first place, it was later stated that B450 and X470 motherboards will also be supported. Now, MSI X570 and B550 family received new BIOS update.
We also shared the leaked roadmap for the AMD Ryzen 5000 series with you.
MSI X570 and B550 mainboard are ready for Ryzen 5000 series with new BIOS update
MSI has announced the release of the AMD Combo PI V2 184.108.40.206 BIOS update with a new blog post, which offers improved support and compatibility for current and next-generation Ryzen processors. Initially, the update for a total of 11 mainboard, including the X570 and B550 series, will later be given to all mainboard, including the A520.
The AMD Combo PI V2 version 220.127.116.11 update is currently in beta. For this reason, we recommend that end users wait a little longer. The stable release is expected to be released by the end of October. After the introduction to be held on October 8, new processors for the end user will be available for purchase in early November. Some improvements and bugs fixed with the new BIOS update for MSI X570 and B550 motherboards:
- Some overclocking bugs have been resolved.
- SMU module has been updated.
- Overclocking solutions for DDR4 memory have been updated.
With the processors that will come with the Zen 3 architecture, AMD aims to make an ambitious entry into the market. There is no information about the BIOS update that other motherboard manufacturers will release for new processors.