Tuesday, March 22nd 2022

BIOSTAR Announces Support for Latest Ryzen 5000 and Ryzen 4000 Desktop Processors

BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices today, announces product support for the latest AMD Ryzen 5000/ 4000 series processors. With the announcement of AMD's latest Ryzen 5000/ 4000 series processors, the industry is abuzz with the search for viable motherboards that support these latest chips. AMD's latest processors, engineered on their groundbreaking ZEN 2 and ZEN 3 architectures, are built to perform, catering to a wide range of use cases.

BIOSTAR proudly presents the first batch of motherboards ready to support the latest AMD Ryzen 5000/4000 series processors. Addressing the high demand of the mid-range market first, BIOSTAR launches a comprehensive BIOS update for the B550, A520, B450, and A320 motherboards, that makes them compatible with the latest AMD Ryzen 5000/ 4000 series processors.
AMD's latest offerings of Ryzen 7 5800X3D, Ryzen 7 5700X, Ryzen 5 5600, Ryzen 5 5500, and Ryzen 5 4600G, Ryzen 5 4500, Ryzen 3 4100, bring users more comprehensive choices on highly favorable price points.

Users can either go for the optimal performance combo using BIOSTAR's high performance series motherboard with Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor or build a price-competitive platform using BIOSTAR's mainstream series motherboard with Ryzen 3 4100 processors.

In conclusion, consumers can now choose between some of BIOSTAR's highest-selling motherboards that carry the best technology on-demand. Combine BIOSTAR motherboards with the latest AMD Ryzen 5000/ 4000 series processors to gain the ultimate performance duo with BIOSTAR's globally renowned product quality and durability.
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9 Comments on BIOSTAR Announces Support for Latest Ryzen 5000 and Ryzen 4000 Desktop Processors

#1
mb194dc
No B350 support. Also why no x370? But a320 OK?

AMD hates B350 users or what :laugh:!
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lexluthermiester
btarunrBIOSTAR Announces Support for Latest Ryzen 5000 and Ryzen 4000 Desktop Processors
?!? Did I fall into the twilight zone? Or did I miss something??
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Fouquin
mb194dcAMD hates B350 users or what :laugh:!
Except this isn't AMD making the decision. Biostar decided to not extend updates to their X370/B350 boards.
lexluthermiester?!? Did I fall into the twilight zone? Or did I miss something??
You missed the new 4000 series SKUs that launched (and relaunched) a few days ago.

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lexluthermiester
FouquinYou missed the new 4000 series SKUs that launched (and relaunched) a few days ago.

Ah, ok. They included APU's in the context of "Desktop Processors".
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#5
EatingDirt
mb194dcNo B350 support. Also why no x370? But a320 OK?

AMD hates B350 users or what :laugh:!
Almost all the biostar VRM layouts on 1st generation motherboards were garbage tier. I suspect they don't want people dropping 5800x, 5900x & 5950x's into those motherboards because they'd cause VRM overheating issues on many of their boards. Another reason may be they sold so little of those boards, because for everything but the Racing X370GT7 were arguably the worst x370 boards(and they were all ugly as sin), so they aren't even bothering because of lack of units out there in the first place.

The support for a320's is baffling though. I assume it's mostly for OEM's, to support the 4000 series CPU's.
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chrcoluk
FouquinExcept this isn't AMD making the decision. Biostar decided to not extend updates to their X370/B350 boards.




You missed the new 4000 series SKUs that launched (and relaunched) a few days ago.

I wonder how good the 4600G is vs 5600G, if i waited a couple of weeks on my ryzen machine, I may have been tempted by it instead of the 5600G, but I am guessing its a Zen2 core not Zen3.

From what I can find 5600G is about 20-32% faster, and 4600G loses half the lanes.

But still these chips are very cheap and great news for those with minimal money available.
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#7
trsttte
lexluthermiesterAh, ok. They included APU's in the context of "Desktop Processors".
Yes and no, the 4100 and 4500 are not APUs but are based on Renoir silicon
chrcolukI wonder how good the 4600G is vs 5600G, if i waited a couple of weeks on my ryzen machine, I may have been tempted by it instead of the 5600G, but I am guessing its a Zen2 core not Zen3.

From what I can find 5600G is about 20-32% faster, and 4600G loses half the lanes.

But still these chips are very cheap and great news for those with minimal money available.
They don't loose half the lanes, but are indeed slower (zen2 vs zen3).

www.amd.com/en/product/10201
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lexluthermiester
trsttteYes and no, the 4100 and 4500 are not APUs but are based on Renoir silicon
Ok, learn something new everyday. Did not know this.
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chrcoluk
trsttteYes and no, the 4100 and 4500 are not APUs but are based on Renoir silicon



They don't loose half the lanes, but are indeed slower (zen2 vs zen3).

www.amd.com/en/product/10201
Yea, its actually obvious given the 5600G uses the 4600G i/o, so dont know why I didnt realise that, thanks for confirming its Zen2.
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