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So I am moving to AMD from my 7700k

 

Now I have got the motherboard Asus Strix B550i (it was on offer so bought it early) hopefully will get the 5600x or 5800x on launch

 

The board will need a BIOS update to support then new Ryzen CPU.

 

The Asus board has a BIOS flashback port/tool so would I be able to use this with the NEW ryzen CPU as it bypasses the bios/OS? or would I need to have an older chip first?

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Yeah you're fine, you can update it with just power and a USB key :)

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I don't have a problem...

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4 minutes ago, tarfeef101 said:

Yeah you're fine, you can update it with just power and a USB key :)

Cool

 

Thanks

 

 

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PSU NZXT S650 SFX Gold | Display Acer Predator XB271HU | Keyboard Corsair K70 Lux | Mouse Corsair M65 Pro  

Sound Logitech Z560 THX | Operating System Windows 10 Pro

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the only time that you may need to follow extra steps is if you want to run the cpu on a b450 board, which doesnt fully support the cpu, but does have some kind of or is planned to have some kind of beta/semi support

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35 minutes ago, tarfeef101 said:

Yeah you're fine, you can update it with just power and a USB key :)

 

29 minutes ago, shaz2sxy said:

Cool

 

Thanks

 

 

 

You just need the motherboard itself, power supply plugged into the motherboard (turned on), and USB stick with the BIOS file prepped.

Don't even need RAM, GPU, CPU, etc, etc, when using the USB BIOS Flashback feature to update the BIOS.

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