ASRock has rolled out some new BIOS packages compatible with several of its motherboards, which add TPM 2.0 setup menu, display ME firmware version in BIOS setup, and implement NVMe support.
In addition to that, the available files update EZ mode and NTFS module, as well as improve DRAM and system compatibility. However, these changes do not apply for each and every one of the compatible motherboards; make sure to carefully read the description page and check the exact changelog.
To be clear about the supported boards, ASRock has provided BIOS 1.40 and 1.50 for its Z170M OC Formula and Fatal1ty Z97 Killer/3.1 devices, respectively, version 1.60 for the H110M-DGS/D3 unit, as well as a 2.30 update package for B150 Pro4/D3 models.
Moreover, the producer has also made available BIOS 1.80 compatible with H110M-ITX/D3 and B150M-ITX/D3 units, and version 2.50 targeted at Z97 Extreme4, Z170 Pro4/D3, and Fatal1ty Z97 Killer devices.
Last but not least, Z170 OC Formula owners also benefit from a new 2.60 BIOS version while Z170 Extreme7+ and X99 Extreme11 users can now apply ASRock’s 3.10 BIOS update.
When it comes to installation, there are several ways of flashing the BIOS as ASRock has provided three downloadable files, each capable of applying the newer version. Make sure to follow all instructions displayed on each description page.
That said, from the links below, follow the one that best describes your motherboard, carefully read the details of each update procedure, and save the appropriate installation file. Also, constantly check our website to stay up to speed with the latest releases.