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MSI motherboards receive BIOS updates for 256 GiByte DDR5 memory

MSI motherboards receive BIOS updates for 256 GiByte DDR5 memory

Like MSI now officially press release The manufacturer announced that all of the manufacturer's current motherboards, regardless of whether they are AMD's Ryzen 7000 or Intel's Core 13000 and 14000, will receive a corresponding BIOS update with updated firmware in order to have a total storage capacity of up to the latest 64 GiByte DDR5 memory modules with capacity Up to 128/256 GB. Motherboards with AMD's 600 and Intel's 700 and 600 chipsets have already been updated in the manufacturer's portfolio, and more will follow in March.




Source: MSI



All AM5 motherboards with the chipset have already been updated, provided they use a BIOS released in 2024, according to MSI.

All AM5 models now support expanded memory capacity, including X670, B650, and A620 motherboards. The BIOS for the motherboards was released in January 2024, which means that all MSI AM5 motherboards are ready to handle up to 256GB of storage.

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Things look a little different with the manufacturer's current motherboards equipped with Intel's LGA1700 socket for the hybrid Intel Core 13000 (“Raptor Lake”) and Core 14000 (“Raptor Lake Refresh”) processors. The following models have already received an update to support up to 256GB of RAM.



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By the end of February or beginning of March, all MSI models should be updated to have higher storage capacity. However, newer versions are still listed as beta BIOS by the manufacturer.