Now that you’ve finished the build for your motherboard, it’s time to install it in the motherboard, or if you have a few, it can be an entire motherboard upgrade.
The motherboard is the heart of the Ryzen 7 processor and, to the point, most of its components are soldered on.
As such, it is an ideal candidate for an upgrade.
However, if you’re on the fence about upgrading to a new motherboard, the best thing to do is to make sure you get a new CPU.
This means that you’re not stuck with a brand-new processor.
You’ll still have to buy another motherboard and CPU for the next upgrade.
Read more about the Intel Z390 motherboard.
We’ve tested several different models, so check the reviews section for each of them to see what kind of build is best for you.
To install a new Ryzen 7 motherboard, you’ll need a new PC.
We’ll use a PC that we purchased for this article as an example.
It has a dual-core CPU, a 256GB hard drive, a 2TB SSD, and a Gigabyte Radeon RX 480 graphics card.
It comes with the latest Windows 10 64-bit build, so you’ll have plenty of time to get it running.
The PC also comes with a 4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX PSU, which you’ll want to add if you plan to add extra RAM.
You should also add a SATA SSD, a solid-state drive, and an optical drive for the future upgrades.
If you’re planning on using your Ryzen 7 to do a bunch of work, you should also upgrade to a CPU that supports DDR4 memory and an SSD, or you can add another CPU for more RAM.
For this article, we’ll be using the AMD Ryzen 7 1700X.