ASUS BIOS List for AMD Ryzen 2000 - Make your Motherboard compatible with Raven Ridge APU

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Nebula

    Nebula New Member

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    You dont need a driver, it works just with that BIOS, but you have to download amd drivers on amds website later
     
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    Enticles Master Guru

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    I think he's talking about in terms of physical connectors not being present on the motherboard. how would you make use of the APU if you cant plug in your monitor(s) to get a display?

    if you're thinking get a discrete GPU, install that, and then you're good to go? then whats the point of the APU in that board in the first place :)
     
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    The list includes the 'ROG Strix b350-i' which doesnt have any video outputs.. Would i be correct in assuming that theyre prepping it for me to be able to use it with pinnacle ridge CPU's or will i still need a 4xx board for that?
     

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    Is it spectre free?
     
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    As an aside I'd recommend that people don't update their BIOS right away if they don't need to. As in unless they need compatibility with the new 2000 series APU's. Wait until it's certain that there aren't any bugs. Often on releases for new hardware there are bugs that don't occur until they get out in the wild.
     
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    You could probably use it for OpenCL hahaha.
     

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