ASUS has just posted a full listing of motherboards that are receiving BIOS updates to support AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 3000 series CPUs. These motherboards make up the B350, X370, B450, and X470 chipsets and including ASUS’s ROG, TUF, and Prime series motherboards. Interestingly there are no ASUS A-series motherboards listed, which are based on the A320 chipset.
There have bee rumors that the A320 chipset will not be compatible with the upcoming Ryzen 3000 processors, even though it has the same electrical load as its B350 counterpart. ASUS has stated that there are models that will be added to this list, so they could be added at a later date.