Thanks for the reply. What I am currently talking about is the new 1600 AF. Form what I know this is diffdrent than the old 1600. Here is the product I saw in amazon.https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07XTQZJ28/ref=ox_sc_act_image_2?smid=A1K79P9EE4OAFI&psc=1No. First gen ryzen ie 1xxx series are generally not supported by X570 boards.
I see. thats probably the reason why it doesn't show up in pcpartpicker's list.OK, none of the boards I know of support a 1xxx processor. If you want support for that processor, you need either a 470 or 370 board. You first need to know what motherboard you want then you check the support page for that board.
Thanks. I already bought an asus x570-p motherboard. If I have not asked first I would have requested another item return. I would probably stick with 2600 right now or the 3400g. Thanks again.It is unknown at this time however my guess is that X470 and X570 boards will support 4gen ryzen. You will of course need a bios update in order to run a 4gen processor. A lot of the high end boards have what is called bios flashback; you do not need a processor to even be installed to flash the bios. Note this is only on the higher end boards.
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