A few months ago, we heard that AMD announced a new Ryzen 5000 CPU, which runs on a new version called B2.Now, according to a post from Twitter @momomo_us, with @planet3dnow, It seems that these chips are finally shipped MSI, Asus, with ASRock Add the B2 chip under the CPU support list of many AM4 motherboards.
this The new revision has no effect By means of higher performance or improved functions, it is optimized to improve AMD’s manufacturing and logistics capabilities. This means that AMD can produce more Zen 3 chips on B2 than the current B0 version.
Thankfully, there are no additional requirements to support the new B2 revision. Therefore, if you already have a motherboard and BIOS that support Ryzen 5000, then this is a simple plug-and-play solution. What all motherboard manufacturers are doing is adding CPU revisions to their motherboard support list, rather than making a new BIOS as some people believe.
The new Ryzen 5000 B2 CPU will be welcomed by the market-and will continue to be the market leader. The best gaming CPU You can buy it. If AMD can make more Zen 3 CPUs through simple revision changes, then we should see the price of Ryzen 5000 continue to fall towards MSRP.