ASRock has just released support for the first 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake desktop processor BIOS for its existing Z690, H670, B660 and H610 motherboards.
13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake desktop processors get first BIOS support from ASRock, enabled on Z690, H670, B660 and H610 motherboards
Press release: The world’s leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and small form factor PCs, ASRock has announced BIOS updates for its Intel 600 Series motherboards to support Intel’s soon-to-be-released desktop processors.
ASRock has been fully dedicated to EZ update/tuning. As the first generation of LGA1700 socket motherboards, most ASRock Intel 600 series motherboards are equipped with a BIOS rollback button that allows users to easily update the BIOS with a USB flash drive.
In addition, ASRock adds Auto Driver Installer (ADI) to the latest BIOS of all Intel 600 series motherboards. ADI ensures Ethernet connection capability and provides a convenient way to install all necessary drivers without any annoying applications thrown into your system. operating. That is to say, you don’t have to worry about not having the CD-ROM for the support CD, and you can configure the system in a snap.
The latest BIOS update will be available for download from our website or simply update via ASRock APP Shop. Find your Intel 600 series model and download the new BIOS here:
|Model name||BIOS Version|
|Z690 Taichi Razer Edition||12.01|
|Z690 PG Velocita||11.01|
|Z690 Extreme Wi-Fi 6E||8.01|
|Z690 Steel Legend/D5||7.01|
|Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E/D5||7.01|
|Z690 Steel Legend||8.01|
|Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E||8.01|
|Z690 PG Riptide||8.01|
|Z690 Pro RS||9.02|
|Z690 Phantom Gaming 4||10.01|
|Z690 Phantom Gaming 4/D5||8.01|
|Z690M PG Riptide/D5||6.01|
|Z690M4 Ghost Game||9.02|
|Z690 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB4||10.01|
|H670 Steel Legend||9.02|
|H670 PG Riptide||9.02|
|H670M Pro RS||8.02|
|B660 Steel Legend||6.04|
|B660M Steel Legend||7.03|
|B660M Pro RS/D5||3.04|
|B660M PG Riptide||2.03|
|B660M Pro RS||7.01|
|B660M Pro RS/AX||2.02|
|B660M4 Ghost Game||5.01|
The 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake Desktop processors are aiming for a launch later this year, so expect more information to become available in the coming months. We’re already getting the first performance leaks from engineering samples that show a nice improvement over the Alder Lake processors.