ASRock & Biostar Confirm Ryzen 9000 Support

AMD AM5 chips
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ASRock & Biostar now confirm support for the upcoming AMD Ryzen 9000 "Zen 5" desktop CPUs with their latest AM5 motherboard BIOS.

ASRock and Biostar have now joined ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte in offering support for the next-generation AMD Ryzen 9000 Desktop CPU family, codenamed Granite Ridge, which will use the Zen 5 core architecture.

All major AMD motherboard partners have currently rolled out their AM5 BIOS updates to existing motherboards, which include the X670E, X670, B650E, B650 and A620 series. Like the previous BIOS release, ASRock and Biostar will use AMD AGESA (Patch A) BIOS firmware for their AM5 motherboards.

Similar to Gigabyte, ASRock officially lists AMD's Ryzen 9000 series on its BIOS page. The size of the BIOS has increased by nearly 1.50MB, representing the addition of large blocks of code needed to support Ryzen 9000 "Zen 5" Desktop CPUs.


Meanwhile, Biostar has also announced that all of their AM5 motherboards have received the latest AGESA Patch A BIOS, which adds support for the same AMD Ryzen 9000 "Zen 5" Desktop CPUs. The press release mentions that the next-generation CPU family will launch "quickly", pointing to a hard launch in the summer (Mid "24). Press Release: BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and storage devices, is excited today to announce a new BIOS update designed for their AMD AM5 series motherboards implementing the latest AGESA PI Patch A architecture.

This update targets the impending release of AMD's next-generation CPUs and ensures that BIOSTAR motherboards are ready to realize the full potential of these state-of-the-art processors. With a focus on future-proof performance, this BIOS update will soon be available for download and is ready to redefine computing power and performance with the latest AMD processors. BIOSTAR encourages users to stay tuned to their official website for the BIOS release and future updates.

AMD is expected to officially introduce the next-generation Ryzen 9000 "Zen 5" Desktop CPU family at Computex 2024, which is about a month away, so stay tuned for more information.

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