ASRock launches a Beta BIOS to support AMD Ryzen 5000 processors with X370, B350, and A320 motherboards.
ASRock’s new Beta BIOS supports AMD X370, B350, and A320 motherboards with AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, so many users can save a significant amount of money if we consider the high prices of these processors along with the “need” to also upgrade their platform. In total, this BIOS is present on a total of 16 motherboards: 8x of them X370, 3x of the B350 series, and 4x of the A320.
ASRock Beta BIOS will provide support for AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors on AMD 300 series motherboards
You can download the related files below.
- A320M PRO4(P6.71).zip
- A320M-HDV R3(P3.62).zip
- A320M-HDV R4(P4.22).zip
- AB350 Gaming K4(P6.41).zip
- AB350 Gaming-ITXac(P6.61).zip
- X370 Gaming X(P6.11).zip
- X370 Gaming-ITXac(P6.61).zip
- X370 Killer SLI(P6.61).zip
- X370 PRO4(P6.41).zip
- X370 Professional Gaming(P6.61).zip
- X370 TAICHI(P6.61).zip
- X370M Pro4(P6.71).zip
It might review older motherboards
It is understood that AMD did not intend to allow the 400 Series motherboards to support the Ryzen 5000 processors, but after receiving too many complaints from AMD’s own users, it made a concession and decided to allow the B450 / X470 motherboards to be upgraded to support Ryzen 5000 processors, but the older 300 Series motherboards would no longer support Zen3 CPUs. However, the older 300 Series motherboards have received an unofficial Beta BIOS from ASRock, so the older ASRock A320 / B350 / X370 motherboards can also be revived.
The new BIOS has been tested to work properly with the new generation AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU. If you are a user with an ASRock 300 motherboard and want to save money, you can download it and play with it, but we don’t guarantee the stability.