One thing about the new BIOS, if the BIOS is new, you will still find lots of mobos with old BIOS running around on the market perhaps most of them. This means, you might most likely upgrading the BIOS on you own, which could endangered the warranty, or the dealer will upgrade it for you, if they offer such service.
Ask the dealer, where you buy it, to upgrade it for you or wait for a little while untill most of them are flashed with the new BIOS.
P.S. Your mobo won't recognize your proc either correctly or won't recognize it at all, if it is not on the compatibilty list or if it needs a BIOS upgrade to run it. You can still do first run if the proc is wrongly recognize, but not at all if it is not recognized at all.
That is as far as I know, I could be wrong.
Your UPS seems to be enough. UPS can only back up your system (back up time) usually according as written in it's technical specs. Most UPSs (under full load) with standard configuration have about 15-30 mins of back up time if they are fully charged. You can add the back up time by adding extra batteries (usually sold separately), but who needs more than 10-15mins, it should be enough to shutdown your system or to keep it on without any interuption during switching time to the generator when black out happends?
And...for cyberpower, I think, you can order your wished back up time, but remember longer time means more expensive.