Until recently, AMD Ryzen 5000 processors required motherboards based on 400 or 500 series chipsets. However, reports from enthusiasts who managed to get Ryzen 5000 series processors to work with 300 series chipsets gave hope that AMD partners will one day officially add support for new processors to boards based on AMD 300 series chipsets. According to the source, it happened. Asus and Gigabyte have released firmware updates for their A320 chipset boards, which open up the possibility of using Ryzen 5000 processors with them.
In other words, if you plan to upgrade your PC on an A320 chipset with an AMD Ryzen 5000 series processor, you don’t have to buy a new motherboard either. It is enough to install the new BIOS version.