ASRock Beta X370, B350 & A320 BIOS’ for Ryzen 5000

ASRock has released BETA BIOS support AMD Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs on its X370, B350 & A320 line of motherboards. The BIOS for each respective AMD 300-series chipset motherboard are now available to download over at HKEPC if you want to run your brand new Vermeer chip on an older motherboard.

According to HKEPC, ASRock has provided them BETA BIOS for a total of 16 X370, B350 and A320 motherboards. These motherboards date all the way back to 2017 when the first AMD Ryzen CPUs were launched so they are quite old but there are plenty of users who still own these boards and are running either 1st or 2nd Gen Ryzen CPUs on them. The site reports that there are no issues in terms of AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU support but full stability for the chips is not guaranteed.

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Although most manufacturers have a primary focus on X470 chipset motherboards, AMD has made it clear that the B350 chipset will be sticking around for a long time. The MSI B350M Gaming Pro aims to offer gamers a low-cost option on the smaller mATX form factor, without all the glitz and glamour of RGB LEDs and over zealous power delivery configurations.

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With its AB350N-Gaming WiFi motherboard, Gigabyte goes small and lets you pack your gaming-quality hardware into a Mini-ITX PC chassis. That’s not overly novel, except for the fact that this board uses the budget-minded AMD B350 chipset, bringing less-often-seen support for AMD AM4 CPUs and APUs to small, single-video-card gaming PCs.

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The B350 Tomahawk is a standard-ATX motherboard with an uncluttered, comfortable layout. Every key component has some space around it, which translates to an easier installation experience than you’ll get with some cram-packed MicroATX boards or feature-stuffed full-ATX flagships.

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What’s so good about the B350i Pro AC? It all comes down to the power-phase design. There are nine phases in total here (with the closest competing ITX board housing a meager six in contrast), which helps provide the additional grunt needed to balance the power from that Ryzen core. As soon as you start to take a look at those performance numbers, it’s obvious how big a difference this has made.

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ASRock AB350M Pro4

The ASRock AB350M Pro4 is based around AMD’s B350 chipset and built into the Micro ATX form factor. This board’s small dimensions as well as its price are deceptive as the ASRock AB350M Pro4 boasts many of the features and accommodations I would expect from a full fledged X470 board. Dual M.2 slots, AMD Quad CrossFire support, full overclocking support, 7.1 channel audio, and USB Type-C are just a few of these standout features on the ASRock AB350M Pro4.

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Shopping for a budget motherboard can often be an exercise in frustration.  That is until you just give in an buy the one that looks nice in your case. When it comes to the MSI B350M Gaming Pro, it has the looks, and a few extras that might make it jump to the top of your list.

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ASRock AB350M Pro4

Thanks to ASRock, we’ll be taking a look at the ASRock AB350M Pro4 Motherboard. This motherboard comes in a micro-ATX form factor and features AMD’s B350 chipset, suitable for all Ryzen processors (AM4 socket), including their newest APUs 

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We review the MSI B350M Gaming Pro, with the release of Vega based desktop APUs (Raven Ridge) from AMD, it is interesting to peek at the low-cost b350 chipset based motherboard, in this review, we pair the €77,- MSI motherboard with a Ryzen 5 2400G and take it out for a spin.

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MSI B350 Tomahawk

To keep costs down, the MSI B350 Tomahawk uses the budget oriented controllers, such as the Realtek ALC892 audio codec and a Realtek 8111H network controller. Onboard video includes a HDMI 1.4 port, a DVI-D port and VGA. Users with an APU expecting a DisplayPort will have to look at pricier motherboard options.

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