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Answering my own question: From ASUS support chat: it does not support dual link DVI.


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Most times, you choose your cpu and feature set, and then go here to ask which motherboard is best... To make things even weirder, those Ryzen 5xxxGE processors are validated since a non-existing BIOS....... The ASUS prime B550M-A WIFI II has a similar feature set as the A520, but it will surely support those cpu's. If it fits in your budget, try that one.


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That motherboard does not support ryzen 5000 out of the box, and also does not support BIOS flashback, so if you want to get ryzen 5000 working, you need an extra cpu, ram and gpu to flash the bios. The AsRock B550 PG Riptide does support ryzen 5000 out of the box


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My RAM is also not on the motherboard compatibility list (B450 + Ryzen 3 3100) and it works (really well, I overclocked it). So you can take a small risk and buy the faster RAM, or take no risk and buy the slower ram. Its your choice if the risk is worth it. (the hyperx is like <2% slower so I won't take the risk)


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If you get Windows 11, the power supply doesn't matter, its just the cpu needs AMD64 support, and according to the official requirements, also TPM 2.0. That cpu seems to have both, so you should be ok there Where you probably are not ok, is your motherboard. That motherboard supports the Athlon 3000G only after a BIOS update and it does not support BIOS ...


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