Asus A320M-K Motherboard now supports AMD Ryzen Picasso APUs

Asus is known as the top choice for motherboard brand when it comes to reliability and support consistency. In 2017, AMD released its new AM4 platform for Ryzen CPUs and APUs that divided into 3 chipset division: X370, B350, and A320 respectively. Later in 2018, X470 and B450 have arrived but AMD AIB (Add-In Board) Motherboard partners still continued to produce A320 chipset based motherboards without switching to another naming scheme or new chipset model. Obviously, X470 and X370 are the number one picks for enthusiasts to enjoy much overclocking and dual GPU configuration for GeForce and Radeon cards. Whereas, B450 and B350 are focused on budget-oriented overclockers with no SLI Nvidia dual GPU solutions. Specifically, Asus created A320M-K motherboard model for entry-level gamers with basic features like m.2 PCIe support and dual channel memory.

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Recently, Asus Prime A320M-K motherboard model web page updated CPU/APU support list and included Ryzen 5 3400G a.k.a fastest APU in the world with 4 Cores and 8 Threads plus staggering Vega 11 GPU inside one chip package. It is for sure, this is the greatest news for budget gamers who plays esports titles such as DOTA 2, LOL (League of Legends) or CSGO (Counter Strike: Global Offensive). Improved base 3.7 GHz and whopping max boost 4.2 GHz clock speeds brought into processor’s performance. Most important, Vega 11 integrated GPU got amazing 1400 MHz that can kick some games. However, the little brother of Ryzen 5 3400G is Ryzen 3 3200G with Vega 8 Graphics which is nowhere seen in the A320M-K support list. Probably, the Asus team are still testing it for compatibility. You may get A320M-K Motherboard and pair it with Ryzen 5 3400G to taste budget gaming feelings or make HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer) desktop for your home. Links down below.

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