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Levi90

Is chipset driver needed?

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Hey there! I am going to clean install tomorrow and I was wondering if the chipset driver is needed. I currently have mines installed via the amd website but it was to update my bios. Anyways, is it needed?

 

Best regards,

 

nonkii

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Yes, of course.


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30 minutes ago, Levi90 said:

Hey there! I am going to clean install tomorrow and I was wondering if the chipset driver is needed. I currently have mines installed via the amd website but it was to update my bios. Anyways, is it needed?

 

Best regards,

 

nonkii

Yes. But windows 10 will generally download the latest "approved" version and install it automatically.

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