To be clear, I think it's good to have companies care about hardware integrity in addition to software integrity. But if all these attempts of hardware integrity rely on giving all control of the machine to these companies rather than the end user, while all the solutions also being completely proprietary and not auditable, I'm just going to call them bullshit no matter what. Any integrity guarantee without audiatbility and user control is just nonsense.
So the BIOS of ASRock B450 ITX/ac for Ryzen 3000 is still pretty janky. Some bugs are present, e.g. sometimes it doesn't post and goes into a boot loop, which can only be resolved by disconnecting the power cord for a minute or so. The BIOS also doesn't expose the CPU temprature sensor to the OS. But it's usable and I'm happy with it for now lol.
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