MSI confirmed that its motherboards fully support the Resizable BAR feature

On Intel motherboards, Resizable BAR support is promised from the latest Intel Z590 motherboards to Intel H310 chipset motherboards. At the AMD camp, support covers motherboards between the AMD TRX40 and AMD B450 chipsets. On the AMD side, support requires a specific BIOS version and a suitable processor.

Support for the Resizable BAR function is becoming more widespread. Several motherboard manufacturers have confirmed that they will increase support for the feature. Among these is MSI, which confirmed in its latest bulletinthat support will be found in more and more of its current motherboard models.

For Intel, support is promised for Z590, B560, H510, Z490, B460, H410, Z390, H370, B360, and H310 chipset motherboards. Distribution of BIOS updates for added support has already begun.

In AMD’s chipset, Resizable BAR support was promised with certainty for the AMD X570, AMD B550 and AMD A520 chipset motherboards. Now the set is strengthened with the AMD TRX40, AMD X470 and AMD B450 chipsets. Utilizing this feature requires a Ryzen 5000 series processor and a BIOS update.

The release emphasizes Resizable BAR for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards. Nvidia’s latest graphics cards will be supported from February. The newly released GeForce RTX 3060 will be the first to receive support.


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