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ASRock appears to be the first manufacturer to have released BIOSes for Raptor Lake, enabling early support for 13th Gen Core processors throughout all of its 600 Series motherboards. These include 19 Z690 models (e.g., Z690 AQUA OC), 4 H670 models (e.g., H670 Steel Legend), 13 B660 models (e.g., B660 Steel Legend), and 10 H610 models (e.g., H610M/ac). ASRock 600 Series motherboard users who plan to update to Intel’s next-generation chips for desktop systems later this year can find the new BIOSes on a new microsite that ASRock has published, which can be accessed here.

Z690 Chipset

Z690 AQUA OC9.01
Z690 AQUA9.01
Z690 Taichi12.01
Z690 Taichi Razer Edition12.01
Z690 PG Velocita11.01
Z690 Extreme7.03
Z690 Extreme WiFi 6E7.03
Z690 Steel Legend/D56.01
Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E/D56.01
Z690 Steel Legend7.02
Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E7.02
Z690 PG Riptide7.02
Z690 Pro RS9.02
Z690 Phantom Gaming 410.01
Z690 Phantom Gaming 4/D58.01
Z690M PG Riptide/D56.01
Z690M Phantom Gaming49.02
Z690 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB410.01
 Z690M-ITX/ax8.02

H670 Chipset

H670 Steel Legend9.02
H670 PG Riptide9.02
H670M Pro RS8.02
H670M-ITX/ax8.02

B660 Chipset

B660 Steel Legend6.04
B660 Pro RS10.03
B660M Steel Legend7.03
B660M Pro RS/D53.04
B660M PG Riptide2.03
B660M Pro RS7.01
B660M Pro RS/AX2.02
B660M Phantom Gaming45.01
B660M-HDV9.01
B660M-HDVP/D54.04
B660M-HDVP/D5 R2.03.04
B660M-ITX/ac4.04
B660M-ITX/eDP3.04

H610 Chipset

H610M/ac9.01
H610M-HDV/M.29.01
H610M-HDV6.02
H610M-HVS6.02
H610M-HDV/M.2 R2.02.01
H610M-HVS/M.2 R2.02.01
H610M-HDVP/D54.04
H610M-HDVP/D5 R2.04.04
H610M-ITX/ac4.04
H610M-ITX/eDP2.04

ASRock has been completely dedicated to EZ update/setting. As the first generation of LGA1700 socket motherboards, most of ASRock Intel 600 series motherboards are equipped with BIOS flashback button that allow users to update BIOS with USB Flash Drive easily. Furthermore, ASRock add Auto Driver Installer(ADI) to the newest BIOS of all Intel 600 series motherboards. ADI ensures the ability of Ethernet connection and provides a convenient way to install all drivers needed without any annoying application lifted in your OS. That is to say, no need to worry about not having the CD ROM for support CD, and you could set the system just in a blink.

Source: ASRock

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