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Should I update my motherboard's bios

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Not unless you have a reason to.

Should I update my motherboard's bios? My motherboard is a gigabyte z390 gaming x rev 1.1 running bios version F9.

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Usually no, theres not much need to update bios, heck in some instances newer bios suck ass like my ds4p f9a bios compared to f4, f4 has much better oc ability compared to f9a, though im gonna crossflash to ud3p or dq6 anyways

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2 hours ago, SircarrotII said:

Should I update my motherboard's bios? My motherboard is a gigabyte z390 gaming x rev 1.1 running bios version F9.

Unless it's an update to add support for a specific CPU you're planning to use or adding stability/compatibility for RAM... generally no. 

 

In corporate settings maybe as BIOS updates for business machines typically come with FW vulnerability patches. But that's not the case here.

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