Question Is Msi gaming pro carbon ac compatible with Amd ryzen 5 3600?

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According to my build I have bought it and I want to use for my Amd ryzen 5 3600.

So if I udate the bios will it cause any problems or risk to my system and MB?
 
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If I update the 3000 series Bios (mitasse) to my MB, Can I use any of the 3000 (mitasse) processors. Would it not cause any harm to my system and MB.
 

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you may run the risk of losing support for older processors like the Ryzen APU's
as the newer bios removes that code to make room for the 3xxx series,

if your flash fails you may brick the bios, so it's advisable to do it on a UPS and with a stable config.

If I update the 3000 series Bios (mitasse) to my MB, Can I use any of the 3000 (mitasse) processors. Would it not cause any harm to my system and MB.
 
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But sir i just want to update bios for amd ryzen 5 3600X or 3600 or lower of them and my Motherboard is Msi gaming pro carbon ac. Which is in my budget for my build with Amd ryzen 5 3600X or 3600.
 
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If my Mother board is not good then refer me a good compatible mother board with wifi for Amd ryzen 5 3600x or 3600 for my budget.
My budget for Mother Board is under $187.


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So if I update the bios of msi gaming pro carbon ac for all ryzen 3000 series will it cause any risk or problems.
When I bought my MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC in October 2019, it came with the first bios required to run Ryzen 3000 CPUs. It didn't say whether it had the Ryzen 3000 compatible bios, but it came with bios 7B85v17. I picked the board partly because it has the bios flashback feature allowing you to update the bios to a newer compatible bios version without having a CPU in the socket. So you don't need to replace the motherboard if you already bought it, just follow the procedure to update the bios using the bios flashback feature if the CPU is not compatible with the current bios version.


Why do you specifically require Wi-Fi be built into the system when you can just add a PCIE card? Most of them are just adapters and the Wi-Fi module itself (the actual part that does wireless) can be replaced in the future with the same type of module. The Wi-Fi built into the MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC is also an adapter to hold the Wi-Fi module.
 

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your motherboard if manufactured after Aug 2019 will probably ship with a compatible bios (most cases you'll be fine out of the box, just check the S/N they're coded for Month/Yr of manufacture)

not sure if you're in the US, but the Asus TUF Series x570 can be had easily at the $150-180 mark (with AC) with recent sales (and Ryzen 3xxx support naturally). If MSI is your preference, that's fine too.

But sir i just want to update bios for amd ryzen 5 3600X or 3600 or lower of them and my Motherboard is Msi gaming pro carbon ac. Which is in my budget for my build with Amd ryzen 5 3600X or 3600.
 
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So sir it means that I can externally add wifi module ro my motherboard
When I bought my MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC in October 2019, it came with the first bios required to run Ryzen 3000 CPUs. It didn't say whether it had the Ryzen 3000 compatible bios, but it came with bios 7B85v17. I picked the board partly because it has the bios flashback feature allowing you to update the bios to a newer compatible bios version without having a CPU in the socket. So you don't need to replace the motherboard if you already bought it, just follow the procedure to update the bios using the bios flashback feature if the CPU is not compatible with the current bios version.


Why do you specifically require Wi-Fi be built into the system when you can just add a PCIE card? Most of them are just adapters and the Wi-Fi module itself (the actual part that does wireless) can be replaced in the future with the same type of module. The Wi-Fi built into the MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC is also an adapter to hold the Wi-Fi module.
Sir please explain brief and in simple words.
I can't get to understand.
 
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your motherboard if manufactured after Aug 2019 will probably ship with a compatible bios (most cases you'll be fine out of the box, just check the S/N they're coded for Month/Yr of manufacture)

not sure if you're in the US, but the Asus TUF Series x570 can be had easily at the $150-180 mark (with AC) with recent sales (and Ryzen 3xxx support naturally). If MSI is your preference, that's fine too.
So sir i can update my bios easily and without any risk or problems.
 
So sir it means that I can externally add wifi module ro my motherboard

Sir please explain brief and in simple words.
I can't get to understand.
Install the Ryzen 3000 CPU and heat-sink. If the system works, you do not need to update the bios.

If it does not work, you can update the bios using the flashback button on the rear of the motherboard to the left of the Black USB ports https://asset.msi.com/resize/image/global/product/product_1_20180716112434_5b4c0ff28a687.png62405b38c58fe0f07fcef2367d8a9ba1/1024.png . This video shows you how to do it. It's not the same motherboard, but is done the same way.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTkXunUAriE
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So sir i can update my bios easily and without any risk or problems.
X570 and B550 motherboard already support Ryzen 3000 and do not require a bios update.
 

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