My dad's ancient PC needed an upgrade, so I bought parts for $350 and made a new PC.

Part Reviews


Decent MOBO for office builds.


Amazing for the price, works well as intended. Only downside: it has a SATA interface.


Pretty ****** case tbh. I got cuts all over my fingers building in this case, and mounting the PSU was a complete pain in the butt. There's not a lot of space for cooling.

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  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

If I'm not mistaken, AMD has a BIOS update kit that is basically just an Athlon processor that they send you. Since the A320 chipset supports the Athlon, you can pop it in, update the BIOS, replace it with the 2200G, and send back the update kit to AMD. If that isn't a thing any more, you can buy a really cheap Athlon off of Ebay for something like $20 and update the BIOS with that.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

As well as the kit i believe if it supports it you can flash the bios using a USB drive. Hope that helps some

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Look at page 20 of the manual, it describes using Q-flash or @BIOS utility for updating the BIOS. The @BIOS utility can be downloaded from the Gigabyte website.