Currently, Biostar’s latest BIOS version on the official website is A32ESC03.BSS, based on AGESA 126.96.36.199 firmware, but it does not state that it will support AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPUs. For this reason, VideoCardz contacted the Biostar official and asked why the relevant description was deleted. The reply was that it needed to be deleted for some reason. However, users can still see the Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 5 5600X processors listed in the processor support list of the Biostar A320MH motherboard.
New BIOS for Biostar A320MH motherboard supports AMD Ryzen 5000
Biostar is a brand that focuses on cost-effectiveness and recently launched a new BIOS for its A320MH motherboard which can support AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPU (Vermeer), such as Ryzen 7 5800X processor, and Ryzen 4000G series APU (Renoir). For users using low-end motherboards, it provides an opportunity to improve the performance of the host at a relatively small cost. This is undoubtedly a blessing to users and can further extend the product’s life cycle.
About a year ago, ASRock provided Beta BIOS for its 300 series motherboards so that users can upgrade to Zen 3 architecture processors. However, AMD does not want motherboard manufacturers to do this and even prevents related operations. For this reason, these BIOSes of ASRock have been in Beta status, and other motherboard manufacturers have not had similar operations for a long time. Limited by the motherboard BIOS capacity, Biostar’s BIOS this time does not support Ryzen 5000G series APUs, and it no longer supports the very old Bristol Ridge.