Some AMD 970 chipset motherboards may need a BIOS update prior to using Vishera CPUs
Got that problem. Will i have any problems ?
it depends on the stock BIOS that comes with the motherboard, if the BIOS that comes with the new motherboard is the latest or very close to it you may not need to update the BIOS.
But it it comes with an older version i think you may be able to put the cpu and update the BIOS with no problmes
Danovic said:Got that problem. Will i have any problems ?
dont buy into a dead platform with mediocre performance
for that money you should be getting an i5 setup
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