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Should i update my BIOS?

Hello , so I got Gigabyte H110M S2H and I got F4 Version of bios atm , should I update it ?
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More about update bios
  1. As a general rule, you only update a BIOS to correct a known error, or to gain additional functionality(like support for a new CPU).
    Reply to clarkjd
  2. Generally they say unless you have problems or need features offered by a new BIOS, it's hardly worth it. Is your current BIOS unstable?
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  3. XaveT said:
    Generally they say unless you have problems or need features offered by a new BIOS, it's hardly worth it. Is your current BIOS unstable?


    nope
    Reply to ChrisTsall99
  4. ChrisTsall99 said:
    XaveT said:
    Generally they say unless you have problems or need features offered by a new BIOS, it's hardly worth it. Is your current BIOS unstable?


    nope


    Then don't worry about updating the BIOS.
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    Then I would leave it be. Gigabyte boards almost always have a dual-bios system, so if something went wrong the old version could still run off the backup bios.

    Since the only thing the F20 BIOS does is add support for 7-Series Intels (Kaby Lake), I would skip it unless you get a Kaby Lake. Then make sure to update it using your Skylake first :)
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  6. XaveT said:
    Then I would leave it be. Gigabyte boards almost always have a dual-bios system, so if something went wrong the old version could still run off the backup bios.

    Since the only thing the F20 BIOS does is add support for 7-Series Intels (Kaby Lake), I would skip it unless you get a Kaby Lake. Then make sure to update it using your Skylake first :)


    oh okay thanks !
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