AMD is working to make the Ryzen 5000 Series compatible with even more motherboards

This may dampen user dissatisfaction with the manufacturer.

Back last year, we witnessed the surprising move that several vendors have introduced new firmware for their motherboards using the A320 chipset, which has now been able to support Ryzen 5000 processors.

Unfortunately, several other motherboards have not undergone such a change, which part of the community was not happy about, but AMD also seems to be committed to backward compatibility.

According to a recent announcement, the manufacturer is already working on how to make all Ryzen 5000 processors compatible with motherboards using the 300 series. This is also interesting because, according to previous information from the company, the AM4 socket will in principle enjoy official support for five years, but due to certain limitations, the matter has not become complete.

You may have remembered that at first it was only the Ryzen 5000 CPUs that would work with 500 series motherboards. After fierce protests from the community, the 400 series also received support, but the 300 was left out. So it seems that AMD is trying to make up for an old shortfall that many will be happy to see.

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