Summary: MSI expands system build options by making their AM5 and AM4 motherboards compatible with the newly released AMD Ryzen 8000 and 5000 series processors, providing a wide range of possibilities for powerful and customizable setups for gamers, professionals, and businesses.
- Increased compatibility for system builds with AMD Ryzen 8000 and 5000 series processors
- Seamless upgrade process with beta BIOS already available on MSI's official website
- Enhanced performance and customization capabilities for professionals and businesses
Taipei, Taiwan – January 2024: MSI, a leading provider of high-performance computing solutions, is excited to announce the compatibility of its AM5 and AM4 motherboards with the newly released AMD Ryzen 8000 and 5000 series desktop processors. This compatibility opens up a world of possibilities for enthusiasts looking to create powerful and customizable setups.
The AMD Ryzen 8000 series includes the Ryzen 7 8700G, Ryzen 5 8600G, and Ryzen 5 8500G processors, all of which come equipped with a built-in AMD Radeon™ graphics solution. This ensures an exceptional gaming experience for all gamers. These processors are fully compatible with MSI’s AM5 platform, including X670E, X670, B650, and A620 series motherboards.
To cater to gamers, MSI is diligently working on releasing the official BIOS version. The first wave of supported beta BIOS is already available on the MSI official website, allowing users to seamlessly upgrade their processors hassle-free.
In addition to the Ryzen 8000 series, AMD has also introduced the Ryzen 7 5700X3D, Ryzen 7 5700, Ryzen 5 5600GT, and Ryzen 5 5500GT processors as part of the Ryzen 5000 series. These processors provide more choices for system builds on the AM4 platform. MSI’s AM4 motherboards are fully compatible with the latest AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors. Users can easily upgrade their processors using the current AGESA ComboAm4v2PI 1.2.0.B official BIOS.
MSI remains committed to providing the latest updates for its users. To stay informed, please follow MSI’s official channels and regularly check the product pages for BIOS updates. Users can download and install the latest BIOS using M-Flash or the Flash BIOS Button to update affected models. It is important to always download the latest BIOS from msi.com corresponding product pages.
With the compatibility of MSI’s AM5 and AM4 motherboards with the AMD Ryzen 8000 and 5000 series processors, professionals and businesses can now explore a wider range of system build options. This partnership between MSI and AMD brings enhanced performance and customization capabilities to the B2B market, empowering businesses to create powerful computing solutions tailored to their specific needs.
About AMD: AMD, a large player in the semiconductor industry is known for its powerful processors and graphic solutions, AMD has consistently pushed the boundaries of performance, efficiency, and user experience. With a customer-centric approach, the company has cultivated a reputation for delivering high-performance solutions that cater to the needs of gamers, professionals, and general users. AMD's Ryzen series of processors have redefined the landscape of desktop and laptop computing, offering impressive multi-core performance and competitive pricing that has challenged the dominance of its competitors. Complementing its processor expertise, AMD's Radeon graphics cards have also earned accolades for their efficiency and exceptional graphical capabilities, making them a favored choice among gamers and content creators. The company's commitment to innovation and technology continues to shape the client computing landscape, providing users with powerful tools to fuel their digital endeavors.AMD Website: https://www.amd.com/
AMD LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/amd/
About MSI: MSI (Micro-Star International) is a globally recognized company that specializes in the development and manufacturing of a wide range of computer products. With a rich history dating back to its establishment in 1986, MSI has emerged as a key player in the technology industry, consistently delivering innovative solutions that cater to the needs of both casual users and hardcore enthusiasts. The company's product portfolio encompasses a diverse array of offerings, including motherboards, graphics cards, laptops, desktops, monitors, and various gaming peripherals. MSI's commitment to quality and performance is evident in its dedication to technologies, sleek designs, and rigorous testing standards. for its gaming-focused products under the MSI Gaming brand, the company has earned a reputation for delivering high-performance components that enhance the gaming experience.MSI Website: https://www.msi.com/
MSI LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/msi-computer/
AM4: The AM4 socket is a type of processor socket used in the computer industry. It is the latest socket from AMD and is used for their Ryzen, Athlon, and A-Series processors. It is designed to be compatible with the latest technologies, such as DDR4 memory, PCIe 3.0, and USB 3.1. It also supports the latest AMD Ryzen CPUs, which offer improved performance and power efficiency. The AM4 socket is used in a variety of desktop and laptop computers, and is becoming increasingly popular in the gaming and enthusiast markets. It is also used in many commercial and industrial applications, such as servers, workstations, and embedded systems. The AM4 socket is a versatile and powerful platform that can be used to build powerful and efficient computers.
AM5: Socket AM5 (LGA 1718) is a zero insertion force flip-chip land grid array (LGA) CPU socket designed by Advanced Micro Devices, that is used for AMD Ryzen microprocessors starting with the Zen 4 microarchitecture. AM5 replaces the Socket AM4 and is AMD's first LGA socket designed for mainstream, non-enthusiast CPUs.
Radeon: AMD Radeon, a product line by Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), consists of graphics processing units (GPUs) recognized for their strong performance in gaming, content creation, and professional applications. Powered by innovative technologies like the RDNA architecture, Radeon GPUs deliver efficient and powerful graphics processing. The brand also supports features like FreeSync, enhancing visual fluidity and reducing screen tearing during gaming. Moreover, AMD Radeon GPUs embrace real-time ray tracing for heightened realism in lighting and reflections. With a balance between price and performance, Radeon competes with NVIDIA's GeForce graphics cards and remains a popular choice for a wide range of users.
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