ASRock announces new AM5 BIOS design and promises faster boot times

In preparation for AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series processors, which will be launched on September 27, ASRock announced that it has developed a new BIOS for its AM5 motherboards. ASRock states that its new firmware was designed to reduce boot times on its motherboards.

With every new platform, chipset and processor launch, firmware is one of the focal points surrounding motherboards. Over the past two years, major vendors such as ASUS, GIGABYTE, and MSI have maintained consistency in their firmware whether the card is designed for AMD or Intel. ASRock has announced that it has developed a new BIOS specifically for its AM5 motherboards, which are designed to support the upcoming AMD Ryzen 7000 series Zen 4 processors based on TSMC’s 5nm process node.


ASRock X570S PG Riptide Motherboard Firmware

ASRock claims its new BIOS for AM5 will provide better compatibility, although it doesn’t specifically state what, as well as faster boot or POST times in Windows. As it stands, ASRock has announced five X670E models currently, including X670E Taichi and Taichi Carrara, X670E Steel Legend, X670E Pro RS, and X670E PG Lightning. ASRock also did not indicate if the layout or the main GUI has changed from previous generations such as X570 or B550.

Another thing ASRock has announced is that all of its X670E and X670 models will support BIOS Flashback (a feature now native to the AM5 platform), users can update their motherboard to the latest firmware with just a USB flash drive and 24 pin. the power supply connected to the power supply.

ASRock’s new firmware for its X670E and X670 motherboards will be available for download from the relevant product pages on ASRock’s website after September 27th. At the time of this writing, it has not confirmed any information regarding the price of its new AM5 motherboards.

Source: ASRock

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