maybe not. u have to be careful with bios updates. if the update is interrupted it can ruin the motherboard! you download the bios onto a usb from the asus website, and there is usually/always a utility in your mobo's bios to update it from the bios screen, selecting the usb as the source. once the process begins dont touch the computer until it is complete then its all done. follow the prompts. but if you have no problems with the bios the board ships with then dont touch it
the last time i updated bios i was still using floppy disks...but it wasnt all that long ago....around 2008.
however it is often mentioned in various pc forums to have the best and most stable of the updated bios. only mentioned it because if u get a board as soon as it is released it may not be the best bios until all compatability issues with various hardwares that are controlled by and plug into the mobo have been sorted.