Thursday, March 20th 2014

ASRock 8 Series Motherboards Support New 4th Generation Intel Processors

The global leading motherboard manufacturer, ASRock, announces that all of its 8 series motherboards will support Next Generation Intel Core Processors. With only a few clicks, users are able to update the BIOS and enjoy the outstanding performance of their new processors.

ASRock provides the latest BIOS not only to those high-end and mainstream motherboards, but also to those entry level ones. From the Z87, H87, B85 series to the H81 series, there is no 8 series motherboard left behind this full-scale support.

In addition to BIOS update, ASRock also provides another excellent service, ASRock Cloud, to its users recently. You can download a 3-year subscription of Orbweb.ME Professional from ASRock Cloud website for free! Orbweb.ME Professional makes your mobile devices connect to your PC seamlessly. You can share your favorite photos, video clips, and music with others at anytime, anywhere. ASRock Cloud is the best solution to build your personal cloud!

With the latest BIOS and ASRock Cloud, your 8 series motherboard will be more powerful and useful. Users can visit ASRock official website to download the latest BIOS at: www.asrock.com

The following table is ASRock's latest BIOS list for its 8 series motherboards:
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6 Comments on ASRock 8 Series Motherboards Support New 4th Generation Intel Processors

#1
Lauen
I'm not surprised, Haswell is the 4th generation.
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robE
by: Lauen
I'm not surprised, Haswell is the 4th generation.
Haswell refresh are also 4th generation :) and the title is pretty clear "NEW 4th gen"
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Lauen
by: robE
Haswell refresh are also 4th generation :) and the title is pretty clear "NEW 4th gen"
oh u wot

it just.. seemed so weird to me, I thought the new generation would be considered 5th gen, but it would appear I have been mistaken.
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Mussels
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by: Lauen
oh u wot

it just.. seemed so weird to me, I thought the new generation would be considered 5th gen, but it would appear I have been mistaken.
its not a new generation. its a refresh of the old ones - different clock speeds, different prices, same hardware.
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#5
Static~Charge
Intel should call them "Generation 4.1 processors" to eliminate the confusion.
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#6
The Von Matrices
One would think that they would update their "latest BIOS" list before making a press release. I'm already on version P2.30 for a Z87 Extreme6 yet that list shows P2.20 as the latest version. Unless of course that is the list of the first BIOS versions to include support for those processors, in which case the data would be correct.
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