AMD Ryzen 2000
ASRock is ready for Ryzen 2000. The company has provided BIOS updates for almost full AM4 motherboard lineup. The latest BIOSes support new AGESA code for upcoming Zen+ processors.
Those who decide to purchase Ryzen 2000 CPU and any of already existing ASRock’s Ryzen motherboards will need to go through a more complicated process, which requires not one BIOS update, but two.
Only X370 Taichi and Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming have not received Ryzen 2000-supporting BIOSes yet. Those are scheduled for February 9th. After that date, all ASRock’s AM4 motherboards will support Ryzen 2000.
Motherboards already supporting Ryzen 2000 series (in other words, those which were already updated by the manufacturer), will carry this sticker:
The Bridge BIOS is required to make a smooth transition to Ryzen 2000, that’s only if you happen to buy a 300-series motherboard for your new processor.
|ASRock AM4 300 Series Motherboards with Ryzen 2000 Support|
|Model number||Bridge BIOS version||BIOS version compatible with|
RYZEN DESKTOP 2000 series
|X370 Killer SLI / ac||3.50||4.50|
|X370 Killer SLI||3.50||4.50|
|Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4||3.50||4.50|
|Fatal1ty X370 Gaming X||3.50||4.50|
|Fatal1ty X370 Gaming-ITX / ac||3.60||4.40|
|AB 350 Pro 4||3.40||4.60|
|AB 350 M||3.20||4.40|
|Fatal1ty AB 350 Gaming K 4||3.40||4.60|
|Fatal1ty AB 350 Gaming-ITX / ac||3.60||4.40|
|A 320 M Pro 4||3.40||4.50|
|A 320 M-DGS||3.40||4.40|
|X370 Taichi||Under preparation (scheduled for February 9)||Under preparation (scheduled for February 9)|
|Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming||Under preparation (scheduled for February 9)||Under preparation (scheduled for February 9)|