Possibly. I wouldn't be able to tell for sure. The actual label on the chip doesn't mean anything. All that chip is is an EEPROM which stores arbitrary data which just happens to be whatever firmware program the motherboard manufacturer puts on it. It could be Award, Pheonix, Pheonix/Award, AMIBios, or new UEFI implementations of each. Motherboard manufacturers then take these and modify them [poorly] to suit their hardware. PC BIOS and UEFI are just two standards which do not specify an exact implementation, that much is left up to the manufacturers.