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    Crosshair VI support Zen 3 CPU's?

    I have a Crosshair VI Extreme. Is Asus going to release a BIOS update for Zen 3 CPU support? I would like to have an answer so I can make my purchase decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riekopo View Post
    I have a Crosshair VI Extreme. Is Asus going to release a BIOS update for Zen 3 CPU support? I would like to have an answer so I can make my purchase decision.
    Hello,

    Zen 3 support on X370 is not supported by AMD. There are no current plans to make Zen 3 available on ASUS X370 motherboards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Hello,

    Zen 3 support on X370 is not supported by AMD. There are no current plans to make Zen 3 available on ASUS X370 motherboards.
    That is FALSE.

    https://appuals.com/amd-ryzen-5000-z...Desktop%20CPUs.

    https://www.dsogaming.com/news/asroc...en%203%20chips.

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    Hello,

    Could you point to me where in that article it states the chipset is supported by AMD with Zen 3 processors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ROG View Post
    Hello,

    Could you point to me where in that article it states the chipset is supported by AMD with Zen 3 processors?
    so why the Asrock have it for all their x370\b350\a320 boards?
    https://www.reddit.com/r/ASRock/comm...tm_term=kefbfq

    and why C6H have such support in case of crossflash from Asus to some Asrock, Gigabyte or Biostar board? =)
    technically C6H is capable to support Zen3 as well as Asrock board, and it works with Zen3 via crossflash,
    of course AMD will not support this officially but why Asrock can do it and Asus just can't?
    i've tried crossflash C6H with x470GTA Biostar beta bios, everything works except some sensors and leds
    my next board for AM5 will be from Asrock, at least they have longterm socket support

    and what's this - https://i.imgur.com/2h1HsFo.png
    AMD is not supporting zen 3000 with a320 but Asus made a bios for these boards, oupsss, any excuses?
    Last edited by tyler_125; 01-05-2021 at 07:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyler_125 View Post
    so why the Asrock have it for all their x370\b350\a320 boards?
    https://www.reddit.com/r/ASRock/comm...tm_term=kefbfq

    and why C6H have such support in case of crossflash from Asus to some Asrock, Gigabyte or Biostar board? =)
    technically C6H is capable to support Zen3 as well as Asrock board, and it works with Zen3 via crossflash,
    of course AMD will not support this officially but why Asrock can do it and Asus just can't?
    i've tried crossflash C6H with x470GTA Biostar beta bios, everything works except some sensors and leds
    my next board for AM5 will be from Asrock, at least they have longterm socket support

    and what's this - https://i.imgur.com/2h1HsFo.png
    AMD is not supporting zen 3000 with a320 but Asus made a bios for these boards, oupsss, any excuses?

    As previously stated AMD does not officially support X370 for 5000 series CPUs, even the chart you have provided confirms this. Coming here and showing experiemental builds from vendors and past platforms doesn't aid your cause. Of course, these things are subject to change, but officially one should budget for a chipset supported by the manufacturer (AMD).

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