MSI's updating their 500-series AMD motherboards to support "future AM4 processors"

MSI's ready for Combo PI V2

MSI's updating their 500-series AMD motherboards to support

MSI's updating their 500-series AMD motherboards to support "future AM4 processors"

AMD's preparing for the launch of its upcoming Zen 3 Ryzen processors and MSI has already started to prep their X570 motherboards for the transition.  

Today, MSI has announced that they are no offerings X570 and B550 BIOS updates with AMD Combo PI V2 version, confirming that A520 motherboards will receive similar updates before the end of October. 

At this time, little is known about AMD's upcoming 4th Generation Ryzen processors, though Zen 3 is expected to deliver significant leaps in single-threaded performance over today's Ryzen 3000 series offerings. 

A full list of MSI's 500-series AM4 motherboards with Combi Pi V2 updates is available here.

   MSI, the world leading gaming motherboard brand, releases optimized BIOS updates for AMD 500-series motherboards. Combo PI V2 BIOS has been released and it will be able to download in the coming days.


- Optimized compatibility for AMD Ryzen 3000-Series and Ryzen 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors and future AM4 socket processors*1
- Solve some specific OC failure issues
- Update SMU module
- Optimized DDR4 memory overclocking solution

MSI will keep announcing BIOS news. Please find the latest information of the complete product list and more details about the Combo PI V2 and newer BIOS update on this blog. (Please click here)

*1: Please refer to AMD's official announcement for information regarding the support of AM4 socket processors.

*Download and install the latest BIOS by using M-Flash or Flash BIOS Button to update target models.

**Ensure to always download the latest BIOS from msi.com corresponding product pages.

MSI's updating their 500-series AMD motherboards to support  

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