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MSI announced that its 600-series Intel chipset motherboards will get support for Raptor Lake processors

MSI announced that its 600-series Intel chipset motherboards will get support for Raptor Lake processors

MSI following ASUS and ASRock has announced that its existing 600-series Intel chipset motherboards will be able to work with future 13th generation Core processors (Raptor Lake).
Support for the new chips will be added via fresh versions of BIOS.Image source: MSI ASRock earlier said that its boards based on Intel Z690, H670, B660 and H610 chipsets will get support for Raptor Lake processors.
ASUS, in turn, has so far focused on updating its models on the Intel Z690 chipset.
They include ROG, ROG Strix, ProArt, Prime and TUF Gaming boards.
Taking into account only ASUS and ASRock, we count at least 69 actual motherboards with LGA 1700 socket, MSI adds 37 more models to the list.
So the total number of boards, which will be able to run with new Intel processors, is 106 models.
The company has published a list of boards with Intel Z690, H670, B660 and H610 chipsets, which will be the first to receive new versions of BIOS, supporting Intel Core 13th Gen.
It should be noted that we are talking about the actual models of these boards, which are currently powered by Alder Lake processors.
Of course, every key manufacturer is also going to introduce brand new motherboards on Intel 700-series chipsets, designed specifically for Raptor Lake.
These boards will also be backwards compatible with current 12th generation Core processors.The Raptor Lake platform is expected to debut this fall.

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