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P8P67 Pro New install- update BIOS first?

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May 5, 2011 12:48:03 PM

I'm going to be setting up my new computer this weekend, and I'm getting together the new drivers for my install. My question is, should I go ahead and update the BIOS (newest version is 1502) before I get everything else installed? Or is there an older/stock build I should consider instead? I'm worried flashing my BIOS after I get everything else set up will cause havoc on my computer.

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May 5, 2011 3:33:28 PM

lol

Didn't like the answers you got the first time?

I repeat:

Sandy Bridge CPUs and Cougar Point boards are still new products. As such, you should still be upgrading to the newest BIOSes at the earliest opportunity. They are still working out the kinks and giving performance/stability boosts and new features.

By six months after the release (in this case August), things should be stabilized. Then you can do the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" thing.

And flashing the BIOS after you have it set up shouldn't harm anything.

Please don't start multiple threads about the same subject. That just clutters up our forums. Thanks.
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May 5, 2011 6:37:37 PM

wolfeman42 said:
I'm going to be setting up my new computer this weekend, and I'm getting together the new drivers for my install. My question is, should I go ahead and update the BIOS (newest version is 1502) before I get everything else installed? Or is there an older/stock build I should consider instead? I'm worried flashing my BIOS after I get everything else set up will cause havoc on my computer.


No, sorry, I did like the answer, I thought I had screwed something up when I didn't see my post. I need to go delete the other one (or just close both).

Thanks for the help

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May 5, 2011 6:37:45 PM

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