Tuesday, August 25th 2020

ASUS Announces A520 Motherboards

ASUS today announced the new A520 chipset motherboards for its TUF Gaming, Prime and Pro series. The AMD A520 chipset is the successor to the A320 chipset, and features PCIe 3.0. Designed to cater to a wide range of needs, these motherboards feature a 32 MB BIOS flash ROM, and support future AMD Ryzen Zen 3 architecture CPUs and APUs.

ASUS A520 motherboards can be paired with an AMD APU to create a budget-friendly gaming rig or workstation, making them ideal for DIY PC users and small to medium-sized businesses. ASUS is also pleased to announce that its R&D team broke the existing world memory frequency record, setting DDR4- 6666 on ROG Strix B550-I Gaming, using the AMD Ryzen 4700GE processor and Crucial Ballistix MAX memory.
In addition, the new BIOS updates for the complete lineup of AM4-based A520, X570 and B550 series motherboards are now available. The latest BIOS versions include the AGESA combo V2 PI 1.0.8.0 update, which is essential for future compatibility.

ASUS is committed to providing the best BIOS support, and will continue to optimize the BIOS to offer the best performance and user experience.
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10 Comments on ASUS Announces A520 Motherboards

#1
Flanker
I would love to have something like that business motherboard for my next mb
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Ferrum Master
Flanker
I would love to have something like that business motherboard for my next mb
Because it has a fake PCI?
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#3
Flanker
Ferrum Master
Because it has a fake PCI?
Because I find the green PCB refreshing :D
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#4
Ferrum Master
Flanker
Because I find the green PCB refreshing :D
Remember the older yellow ones then xD most got one on their i440BX.
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#5
DenFox
PS/2, DVI-D and VGA port in 2020.

Please, STOP THIS MADNESS.
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#6
madone
Why are all the MATX Boards all so badly designed. They just dont look nice to me at all. Im wanting to upgrade but just waiting on a decent board since X99. I dont mind paying the money if it is something that is high end and looks nice.
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#7
Chrispy_
Not a single USB-C port on any of those boards, and only one of them has multiple M.2 slots.

What is this, 2016? Entry-level should mean affordable, not outdated.
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#8
Caring1
Is it so hard to make a matt black board with no stripes?
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#9
micropage7
Flanker
Because I find the green PCB refreshing :D
yeah, back to those days where green, brown, purple, white, blue pcb every where
now most the same
Caring1
Is it so hard to make a matt black board with no stripes?
they like to add some accent, then tag it with gaming theme, or military thing so they can tag it higher than flat board :roll::roll::roll:
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#10
Flanker
Ferrum Master
Remember the older yellow ones then xD most got one on their i440BX.
I'm a bit too young for that lol
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