Biostar AM5 Motherboards Receive AGESA PI Patch A BIOS

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Biostar today announced support for AMD’s next-generation processors via newly patched BIOS for all of its Socket AM5 motherboards, a hefty lift for this small company but nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to major hardware releases. What Biostar didn’t do was name the Zen5 architecture or the Ryzen 9000-series CPU models, as AMD still forbids it regardless of what’s already leaked.

We’ve already searched its Taiwan site and found patches dated 04/24 on around a dozen boards, and that was good enough for us to stop looking. Those concerned about their own board can check it for themselves, but please be aware that Biostar USA hasn’t been updated since 2023, so users should be looking at either the European or Taiwan sites. Oh, and if you can’t figure out how to switch the language to English without switching to the USA site, we already did that for you in the link at the top of this page.

Here’s what Biostar says:

April 25th, 2024, TAIPEI, TAIWAN – BIOSTAR, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today is excited to announce a brand-new BIOS update designed for its AMD AM5 series motherboards, incorporating the latest AGESA PI Patch A architecture. This update is aimed at the imminent release of AMD’s next-generation CPUs, ensuring that BIOSTAR motherboards are primed to unleash the full potential of these cutting-edge processors. 

With a strong focus on future-ready performance, this BIOS update will be available to download soon and is ready to redefine computing power and performance with the latest AMD processors. BIOSTAR invites users to stay tuned to its official website for the BIOS release and future updates. 

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