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AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor + MSI B350M PRO AM4 AMD ATX Motherboard EXPIRED

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Frys has AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor + MSI B350M PRO AM4 AMD ATX Motherboard for $149.99 - $15 Rebate = $134.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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Out of the box, the shipping BIOS doesn't support the 2200G. However, you can always get the AMD boot kit: https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-...ootup.aspx and update the BIOS yourself.
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maybe one day they'll have the 2200g with an itx mobo Frown
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maybe one day they'll have the 2200g with an itx mobo Frown
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Want to build a cheap gaming PC so my kid can play fortnite. According to some reviews it looks like I'll need a 1st Gen chip to update the BIOS to be able to use the 2200G. Is this still true, or are newer mobos shipping with updated firmware?
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This👆🏼 please?
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Want to build a cheap gaming PC so my kid can play fortnite. According to some reviews it looks like I'll need a 1st Gen chip to update the BIOS to be able to use the 2200G. Is this still true, or are newer mobos shipping with updated firmware?
I bought this same motherboard from staples and it needed a bios update to support 2000 series cpus. I don't know if frys updates the bios or has newer stock
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Want to build a cheap gaming PC so my kid can play fortnite. According to some reviews it looks like I'll need a 1st Gen chip to update the BIOS to be able to use the 2200G. Is this still true, or are newer mobos shipping with updated firmware?
Out of the box, the shipping BIOS doesn't support the 2200G. However, you can always get the AMD boot kit: https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-...ootup.aspx and update the BIOS yourself.
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Out of the box, the shipping BIOS doesn't support the 2200G. However, you can always get the AMD boot kit: https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-...ootup.aspx and update the BIOS yourself.
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Want to build a cheap gaming PC so my kid can play fortnite. According to some reviews it looks like I'll need a 1st Gen chip to update the BIOS to be able to use the 2200G. Is this still true, or are newer mobos shipping with updated firmware?
You're probably going to be fine. Any board manufactured in the past four-ish months should have a sticker that says "Ryzen 2000 Ready" or something like that. I bought this board's X370 version from amazon at the release of the 2700 last month and it was already updated. Fry's stock moves quickly enough, it's probably an updated bios.
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It says it isn't able to reserve online for in-store pickup. Do they sell these in store?
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Can anyone recommend some ram. I'm just looking to build a computer for my grandma, so I would like 8 gigs that are cheap and stable. Speed isn't that important.
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Can anyone recommend some ram. I'm just looking to build a computer for my grandma, so I would like 8 gigs that are cheap and stable. Speed isn't that important.
Make sure whatever you get, it's Ryzen compatible. Something like this: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1

This is a kind of old list but will give you an idea of what works: https://www.amd.com/system/files/...t-en_0.pdf

This is ASROCK's list: https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/AB3...asp#Memory
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If only this was ATX, hate the way microATX looks in a regular size case

EDIT: RAM does not have to say ryzen for it to work, just do your research and read reviews. For reference here is my "intel" memory (has intel sticker on the package):

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6820232217

Works at CL14 and 3200
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If only this was ATX, hate the way microATX looks in a regular size case

EDIT: RAM does not have to say ryzen for it to work, just do your research and read reviews. For reference here is my "intel" memory (has intel sticker on the package):

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6820232217 [newegg.com]

Works at CL14 and 3200
What do you think about the Ram Fry's has on sale for 83 bucks https://www.frys.com/product/9436...ate:062418 ? Only asking since I would be able to pick up today and build the computer.
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