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Can the ASRock A320M-DGS support Ryzen 7 ?

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Can it work? Probably with some work -- e.g. underclocking and possibly flashing a custom bios (officially it does support the 1700 although not the 1700x/1800x).

Can you overclock? No. 

Should you pair them together? Not in a million years. 

Can the ASRock A320M-DGS or the ASRock A320M-HDV support a CPU that consumes a lot of power ? Like a Ryzen 7 1800X ?

It has only a 4-pin CPU power socket. Does that cap the CPU power ? Do any of you use it ?

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Can it work? Probably with some work -- e.g. underclocking and possibly flashing a custom bios (officially it does support the 1700 although not the 1700x/1800x).

Can you overclock? No. 

Should you pair them together? Not in a million years. 

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For a CPU like that you really want a good quality board like something from the Asus Prime line. 

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Just now, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

For a CPU like that you really want a good quality board like something from the Asus Prime line. 

Minimal for 1800X is Asus Prime X370 Pro

 

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10 minutes ago, dave_k said:

A320 mobos are limited to 65W CPUs, such as the most garbage B350s

Nope, some of them are, but not all (asrock a320m supports all CPUs, but a320m-hdv supports only 65w cpus).Almost all B350 motherboards support 95w CPUs too (except asrock ab350m-hdv).

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4 minutes ago, MyName13 said:

Nope, some of them are, but not all (asrock a320m supports all CPUs, but a320m-hdv supports only 65w cpus).Almost all B350 motherboards support 95w CPUs too (except asrock ab350m-hdv).

thats the one i meant, the ASRock AB350M HDV

 

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