AMD recently announced its new Ryzen 5000 series of CPUs. These new CPUs are based on B2 revision. People on Twitter are talking (Planet 3DNow! / momomo_us) about the new chips that are being put into computers. MSI, Asus, and ASRock have added that B2 chip to many motherboards.
AMD revised its manufacturing and logistics processes to improve its performance. It doesn’t give you higher performance or better functions with the new processor. As a result, AMD will be able to produce more Zen 3 chips on B2 revision instead of B0 revision.
The Ryzen 5000 is plug-and-play if you have a compatible motherboard and BIOS. The new CPU revisions are now on the list of supported motherboards. They’re not making new BIOSes.
The new Ryzen 5000 B2 CPUs should be a good thing for the market. In the future, they will be the best CPUs to buy if you play games. AMD should be able to make more Zen 3 CPUs from just a little change, so we should see new Ryzen 5000 CPUs arrive and cost less than before.