Friday, July 28th 2017

MSI AM4 Motherboards Are Ryzen 3 Ready

MSI B350/A320 GAMING AND PRO SERIES MOTHERBOARDS FULLY SUPPORT THE NEW AMD RYZEN 3 PROCESSORS
MSI, world leading in gaming motherboards design, is pleased to announce that all its X370, B350 and A320 based GAMING & PRO Series motherboards support the all-new Ryzen 3 line of processors, out of the box.

Furthermore, by choosing MSI B350/A320 motherboards, one can get better performance and higher efficiency from AMD's newest Dual Core and Quad-core RYZEN offerings. MSI enabled world's first 1-second DDR4 performance and stability feature for AM4 based motherboards, A-XMP. By using A-XMP MSI AM4 motherboard owners can simply set their memory timings and speed to its optimal settings in a single click for the best performance and stability. A-XMP also enables support for higher rated DDR4 memory kits to work without any hassle. A-XMP is available in the BIOS, on all MSI AM4 motherboards.
MSI continues to push for outstanding performance with B350/A320 motherboards. When looking for a well performing, affordable AM4 motherboard with plenty of connectivity options and unique features for gaming and professionals, choosing MSI B350 / A320 Series motherboards will surely satisfy.

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8 Comments on MSI AM4 Motherboards Are Ryzen 3 Ready

#1
pky
Furthermore, by choosing MSI B350/A320 motherboards, one can get better performance and higher efficiency from AMD's newest Dual Core and Quad-core RYZEN offerings.
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#2
robert3892
Sadly MSI X370 Gaming Pro motherboards seem to do poorly when trying to clock memory. I wish MSI would do more to resolve this.
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#3
brian111
I'm always a little leery when I see mention of the bazooka and grenade motherboards. I'm sure they're fine products but it conjures up exploding electronics. Just like the dual AMD gpu Vesuvius a while back.
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
pky said:

P4-630 said:
Bristol Ridge-processors:

The socket AM4 Bristol Ridge A6-9500 and A6-9500E processors are dual core.
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#5
pky
P4-630 said:
The socket AM4 Bristol Ridge A6-9500 and A6-9500E processors are dual core.
Yes, but they aren't a part of the Ryzen family.
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P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
@pky, it seems you weren't reading it correctly, depends how you read it.

Raevenlord said:
AMD's newest Dual Core and Quad-core RYZEN offerings.
I'm sure @Raevenlord meant the newest Dual Core Bristol Ridge processors as I mentioned you.
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AsRock
TPU addict
Was watching a video which comes with a so called m.2 shield as they call it and it's a fail. I believe i seen it in the OPs video he posted too.

Just saying, he does go on to say that the mobo it came with is good but the mM.2 shield \ cooler is pos.


To me i do not care is the MSI boards are the best and to sell crap with their stuff does not say much good about what they will say to sell you.
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pky
P4-630 said:
@pky, it seems you weren't reading it correctly, depends how you read it.



I'm sure @Raevenlord meant the newest Dual Core Bristol Ridge processors as I mentioned you.
Not really, it can only be read one way. And even if you read it the way you described (which isn't a correct way of reading it), that would still leave the quad-core Bristol Ridge processors out.

If that's what he meant, he should've written it a bit differently... something like "AMD's newest dual-core and quad-core offerings" would've worked. Or, if he wanted to add the family names, he should've added both of them.
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