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ASRock announced BIOS updates for nearly 50 motherboards, some of which are amongst the best gaming motherboards, to introduce support for AMD's upcoming Ryzen 3000 series processors, some of the best CPUs for gaming, based on Zen 2.
Interestingly, however, ASRock notes that its boards based on the somewhat aged A320 chipset "supports AMD next-gen Ryzen series APUs only."The company is referring to the next round of Ryzen processors with Vega graphics, as AMD now refers to them.
UUID often partially the LAN MAC ID, or serial # at the end other random digits at beginning.
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I take it no one has taken the plunge to updating a Z390 Asrock board (specifically Phantom Gaming ITX-ac)?
Keen to try the latest microcode which doesn't appear to be available to OEMs yet (906EC - A2, it's available via MCExtractor), Asrock are claiming A0 is the latest and I couldn't seem to find 'A2' via Intel's official site/debian microcodes.
AMD has moved away from using the term APU (accelerated processing unit).
But I have 3 older systems running Win 7 or Win 8.1, which don´t, and that is the reason I found this UBU tool via google when looking for solution.
I'm trying to remove a similar inner security capsule on a non-Asrock BIOS, to allow flashing with the stock AFUWin GUIx64. My Motherboard supports Dual BIOS, but I have no idea, how I can run the other BIOS. I am not sure what command you did, but I assume you meant you flashed stock BIOS, and didn't backup your BIOS to modify, then reflash. Windows ist also still activated (digital license, connected with Microsoft Account).