In March 2017, AMD officially launched the Ryzen processor with a new architecture, bringing a new AM4 slot, and the supporting motherboard chipset has also been upgraded to the 300 series, including X370, B350, A320, etc., natively supporting PCI-E Technologies such as 3.0, USB 3.0, M.2, DDR4, etc., until now these specifications are not out of date.
More than 4 years have passed, during which AMD has launched the Ryzen 2000, Ryzen 3000, Ryzen 4000 and even Ryzen 5000 series. The 300 series motherboards are still compatible—the Ryzen 5000 is originally not backward compatible, but it is not compatible with users. After expressing their dissatisfaction, the major manufacturers have actually broken the restrictions, and AMD has also changed its mind.
Of course, due to the early design problems of the 300 series motherboard, it is not recommended for players to match the latest Ryzen 5000 processor. The Ryzen 4000 series is enough.
On Twitter, some netizens felt that their Gigabyte B350 motherboard had the latest BIOS upgrade in December, which not only supports the Win11 system, but also supports the Ryzen 4000G processor, which moved him greatly.