Tuesday, November 5th 2019

BIOSTAR Ready for AMD New Firmware and Ryzen 9 3950X

BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, is proud to announce it's full support for the newly launched AMD Ryzen 9 3950X processor. The 3950X, a 16-core, 32-thread desktop CPU running at a 4.7GHz boosted clock, has been highly anticipated and BIOSTAR has been well prepared for it. Supported by BIOSTAR X570, X470, B450, X370, B350, and A320 chipset with AM4 socket motherboards, the monster CPU from AMD brings the latest in PC tech with support for dual-channel DDR4 memory at 3200+MHz and PCIe 4.0, a perfect match for the feature-loaded GEN4 RACING X570 and X470 motherboards from BIOSTAR.

By updating the supported motherboards with the latest AGESA 1.0.0.4 Patch B BIOS, the users can unlock support for the new AMD CPU and its benefits, as well as improved system boot time as tested by our engineers. By updating the supported motherboards with the latest AGESA 1.0.0.4 Patch B BIOS, users can unlock support for the new AMD CPU and its benefits, as well as improved system boot time as tested by our engineers.
The complete support list for the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X
To update the BIOS of your BIOSTAR AM4 300/400/500 series motherboards to support the AMD Ryzen 9 3950X processor, go to the download page of your motherboard's product page and download the latest BIOS version as listed below.

RACING X570GT8 |RACING X570GTA | RACING X570GT | RACING X470GTA | RACING X470GTQ | RACING X470GT8 | RACING X470GTN | X470NH | X470MH |RACING X370GT7 |RACING X370GT5 | RACING X370GT3 |RACING X370GTN |RACING B450GT3 |B450MHC |B450MH | B450M2 | RACING B350GT5 | RACING B350GT3 | RACING B350GTN | RACING B350ET2 |TB350-BTC | A320MH | A320MY-Q7 |A320MD PRO | A320MH PRO | TA320-BTC
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9 Comments on BIOSTAR Ready for AMD New Firmware and Ryzen 9 3950X

#1
damric
Great download your BIOSTAR BIOS, and wish you could download some better VRMs because that potato is going to fry.
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sepheronx
Someone should test the boards out and see if they do work or not.
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ZoneDymo
damric
Great download your BIOSTAR BIOS, and wish you could download some better VRMs because that potato is going to fry.
Got anything to back up that claim?
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damric
Would you put the 16 core beast on that 4+3 board?
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#7
spectatorx
"BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards..." - i understand this is press release but if all, every single manufacturer is leading one then who is not? Not everyone can be leading.
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#8
csendesmark
Just checked, my ASUS X470 Prime is also has the 3950X on the supported list, supported from a several months old software version.
Checked the list on every other week and now it's appeared.

Looks like it is really coming out soon :D
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R-T-B
ZoneDymo
Got anything to back up that claim?
Specs of the VRMs speak for themselves...

sepheronx
They say they are hesitant to put a 3900x in there but nothing stated a unit became a French fry because of it
It won't instantly either. But given any kind of heavy load ... eh. 6 months maybe.
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