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CPU AND MOBO COMPATIBILITY

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ok so I have a ryzen 5 3600 and my old mobo is dead so I bought a new one which is a GA-A320M-H but when I checked on pc partpicker there was no ryzen 5 3600 compatible to it.So my quesrion is are they compatible but pc partpicker just didnt put it there or are they not

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It will 'work', provided it has the right BIOS:

https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-A320M-H-rev-11/support#support-cpu

 

Doesn't mean you should go for it, as A320 generally has poor value and often is not fit for Ryzen 5 CPU's.

I would go for a Tier E or better board:

 

Aorus B450 M, MSI B450 Gaming Plus (Max) or something like that.


"those times will never come back :("

"I wish I could find a way to end the pain, other than the way I keep thinking off"

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, minibois said:

It will 'work', provided it has the right BIOS:

https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-A320M-H-rev-11/support#support-cpu

 

Doesn't mean you should go for it, as A320 generally has poor value and often is not fit for Ryzen 5 CPU's.

I would go for a Tier E or better board:

 

Aorus B450 M, MSI B450 Gaming Plus (Max) or something like that.

this video says otherwise doe😳

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5 hours ago, Adrian1482 said:

this video says otherwise doe😳

Motherboard with two slots, which is barely good for a 65W TDP part and up to 3200Mhz memory support.

I just said I wouldn't go for it, when I know I can spend 30 USD more and get a board that will last me for years to come.


"those times will never come back :("

"I wish I could find a way to end the pain, other than the way I keep thinking off"

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7 hours ago, Adrian1482 said:

this video says otherwise doe😳

able to run it is not the only factor (for us anyway), overall features and ability to hold upgrades is also considered.

 

You also need an older CPU (1st gen Ryzen basically) for the BIOS update, while the MSI boards with BIOS flashback or the MAX versions do not


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