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AMD Ryzen 1000 CPU Spotted Running on X570 Motherboard

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  • [TOMS HARDWARE] AMD Ryzen 1000 CPU Spotted Running on X570 Motherboard

    Possibly good news for older gen Ryzen ?
    In May, things got messy when we learned that motherboards with the AM4 CPU socket wouldn't support 1st-generation AMD Ryzen CPUs, going back on AMD’s promise of full backwards compatibility. It appears, however, that the latest AGESA firmware for motherboards with the AMD X570 chipset might just change that.
    Source:https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.tom...70-motherboard

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    Aha, seems quite interesting. I imagine there's more of a benefit performance-wise to upgrading a CPU and staying on the same board rather than vice-versa, unless you're seeking a specific mobo feature. But still, interesting.
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      Originally posted by Supercrumpet View Post
      Aha, seems quite interesting. I imagine there's more of a benefit performance-wise to upgrading a CPU and staying on the same board rather than vice-versa, unless you're seeking a specific mobo feature. But still, interesting.
      Yeah for sure, that is generally the case. I tend to upgrade my Mobo less than my CPU's and it makes life easier not having to rip everything out of your rig lol.
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