I agree with others that they should take their time and give us thoroughly tested BIOSes, rather than rushed, broken ones.
I am probably 1 out of 100 people in the entire world running a Zen 2 CPU on a X370-I board. That's the problem with having backward compatibility on AM4, the amount of motherboards that need to be supported just kees growing every generation. It can't be an easy task for a handful (one?) BIOS developer?
They should have automated tests covering all backwards compatibility, they should need to add the new 3000 series in their tests set and that's it
I have for years been an asus fan and loved their products. I felt like support (aka bios updates, stability) and product quality where really setting them apart. Now... well my next build is almost for sure going to be a gigabyte. From overall better performance many reviewers are getting over the asus boards to just being more active with their community I think my days of saying just get an asus are really at and end.
Even Crosshair VIII Formula update is from 8/6..... Something seems off ...