ASRock has enabled support for Ryzen 5000 processors across multiple X370 boards via a firmware update. The boards include the Falal1ty X370 Gaming K4, Falal1ty X370 Gaming X, Falal1ty X370, Professional Gaming, X370 Killer SLI, and the X370 Killer SLI/ac. The BIOS files went live on the official ASRock website yesterday, with a build date of 24th January.
|Motherboard||Version||Build Date||Release Date||Download|
|Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4||7.03||01/24/2022||02/8/2022||Download|
|Fatal1ty X370 Gaming X||7.03||01/24/2022||02/8/2022||Download|
|Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming||7.03||01/20/2022||02/8/2022||Download|
|X370 Killer SLI||7.03||01/24/2022||02/8/2022||Download|
|X370 Killer SLI/ac||7.03||01/24/2022||02/8/2022||Download|
The latest version 7.03, in addition to adding support for Zen 3 processors, removes support for the older Excavator-based Bristol Ridge APUs. Furthermore, you need to be updated to BIOS version 7.00 before updating to 7.03. You can expect these boards to support the Ryzen 7 5800X3D (3D stacked v-cache) CPU as well.
1. Added support for Renoir & Vermeer 2. Removed Bristol Ridge (AMD A-series/Athlon X4 series) support - This BIOS doesn’t support Bristol Ridge CPU, do NOT update this BIOS if Bristol Ridge CPU is being used. - It requires to update BIOS to 7.00 before updating this version.