Asrock EPYCD8-2T new Bios

wallop

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I have just received a new Bios for the Asrock EPYCD8-2T motherboard. Maybe someone will be useful ... :)
Bios version P2.50 for the latest AGESA 1.0.0.4
EPYD82T2.zip
 

chn

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Did you get this directly from ASRock Rack?

On the official website, the current available version is 2.30
 

jerrytsao

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2.42 Beta was already with AGESA 1.0.0.4, and based on the naming of ASRock BIOS tradition, this should be the retail version (dated as Dec-11-2019) succeeding 2.30 on their website, thanks for sharing in advance.
 
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Beer_Engineer

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Thank you for posting. I finally got around to doing a Test of my new Board & CPU PRE-Build. I went ahead and updated the bios and I can confirm Posting with the new bios. I will confirm everything is working as expected when I swap this mobo and cpu into my build later.
 

ari2asem

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maybe offtopic question...how to determine if this board supports epyc rome? any notation on the board like supermicro does? example, rev.1.0 or rev.2.0 (in terms of supermicro)?
 

EffrafaxOfWug

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I think it's a new addition actually, but the specs for the EPYCD8-2T are now showing 7002 CPUs in the QVL, from BIOS 2.30 onwards.
 

TXAG26

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7 steel reinforced slots, all of them 16x. Quite a badass board.
I just noticed the Asrock ROMED8-2T board has a back panel USB Type C port. Does anyone know what USB chipset is used for this USB Type C port?