AMD went live yesterday to unveil the new range of desktop processors inspired from Zen3 architecture. The new microarchitecture is believed to usher a new era for AMD. The Navi Family will soon be the face of AMD’s GPU offerings. The launch for the same is expected before EOY. The Ryzen 5000 has been codenamed “Vermeer”. The leading global motherboard manufacturer ASRock informed on the BIOS updates that a few of their motherboards would be receiving. Not long ago, ASRock had also introduced the new ASRock A520 chipset specifically for AMD’s 3rd Gen experience. Read along to find out which motherboards now offer support for AMD’s Zen3.
ASRock publish PSA to make users aware of BIOS updates
The 400 and 500 series from ASRock are all set to receive these BIOS updates. This would enable you to make the most of Cezanne (Zen3 architecture). As hierarchies go, the owners of 400 series motherboards will have to be patient. The ASRock 500 motherboards should receive the update by the first week of November. On AMD’s part they have discounted us by removing the restriction of having to verify processor ownership. Before receiving the new BIOS updates you should confirm that your processor supports the new BIOS before flashing. However, the crucial point to note is that beyond this you won’t have any luxuries to enjoy with the 400 series motherboards. Zen3 is probably the last big thing AMD has allowed on those. To all those worrying about the x570 Pro4, it already has an update for AEGSA 184.108.40.206.