According to the latest report, AMD finally let its motherboard partners officially support the Ryzen 5000 CPU on the X370.
Moreover, ASRock released the first X370 BIOS that supports the Ryzen 5000 series. The new BIOS is available for download, and the CPU support list includes the latest Ryzen 5000 series processors. AMD had to remove X370 support for Bristol Ridge due to limited space on the BIOS.
Furthermore, the leaked new BIOS of the 300 series has been leaked before this, supporting the Ryzen 5000 series. Overseas users use ASUS A320M-K, flash the latest BIOS, and test it with the current flagship processor Ryzen R9 5950X.
The results show that this motherboard can support the processor to run smoothly, with a single-core frequency of up to 5GHz. More AMD motherboard manufacturers are expected to release new BIOS in the near future.