Everyone knew at the beginning of 2021 that early AM4 boards were getting Ryzen 5000 support. With Asrock being one of the first to publish official bios updates to add support. That was middle of January. Asrock Promised more to come, and MSI was in full force to do the same. Asus was the only ones to hold back, but just recently update their entire old lineup.Well sure 3700x was an option, but it was priced insanely high and - it wasn't really competitive at the end of 2021. So I told them to get an alderlake. So yeah, I don't see how AMD support is so great. It's absolutely abysmal.
This was not long after Adler Lake. AMD should have pushed for this before Adler Lake released, and better timed support. As these updates should have came 1-5 months earlier.
Let me know of a Intel Board as old as some of these boards still getting Bios Updates?.... Nearly every Intel board I've ever owned felt like a damn android phone when it came to long term support.
Lucky for all AM4 platform holders, even more BIOS updates are in the works. So even more continued support.
How can you be mad as this? We the consumers win.