There are so many things that people may consider best about the AMD but one of the best things among them is that whenever the company released or launches any new generation of CPUs, it is more likely to be supported by the older motherboards.
Unlike other companies who are releasing the new generation upgrade for the selected models only, AMD is launching most of its upgrades for almost all motherboards available in the market.
With the same habitual way, AMD is going to launch new Zen-3 Based Ryzen 5000 Processors.
As per the promise, AMD did create the Ryzen 5000 Processors in such a way that most AMD 500 series motherboards will be able to use the new Ryzen 5000 chips. But in order to use the next-gen processors, older motherboards will have to update the BIOS first.
You will be happy to know that some of the older versions of motherboards than the AMD 500 series will also get the updates for the Ryzen 5000 Processors. But one thing is sure that AMD confirms that users will not get the update until early 2021.
That is why you will have to wait for a little bit longer to use and enjoy the amazing experience with the Ryzen 5000 Processors.
For all the people who are using AMD 500 series motherboards, it will be essential to upgrade and update their BIOS to AGESA v2 220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168 or later fo the new CPU launch that will be happening not before November 5.
The older motherboards will be able to simply snap out of the experience and the users can experience the smoother and faster performance with upgrading their motherboards to Ryzen 5000 Processors.