After the Zen 2 reveal, AMD had announced that none of the A320 boards would support the Ryzen 3000 processors, but it seems like Asus and Biostar have gone ahead and released BIOS updates that allow users to run the new 7nm processors. There had been rumors surrounding unofficial hacks that allow the older chipsets to run the Zen 2 chips, but nothing concrete. Now, Komachi has confirmed this by sharing two Geekbench results which show a Ryzen 5 3600 running on an Asus A320M-K and A320M GAMING motherboards.
Right here folks, you’ve got an ASUSTeK Prime A320 board running a 3600 perfectly well and down below, you’ve got the gaming variant also running the same processor:
So that pretty much confirms it. If you have an older A320 board and are planning on buying a new Zen 2 processor, don’t just throw it away yet. It might support the Ryzen 3000 chips after all.