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    New Build - Questions

    Hi, Folks -

    My BIOS is 1701, I'm assuming I need to load 3101? Settings indicate the right CPU & memory, now I need to enable my Samsung 950 Pro 512 M.2, and I intend to follow the Windows 10 in the Sticky Guide. Or should I stay on 1701 until I get Win10 installed, then connect my SSD and other peripherals?

    Taking it slow and cautious, this is only my second DIY build.

    Thanks in advance for any advice!
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    tim

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array drop4205 PC Specs
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    Im running bios 2001 and found it better than 1701. If everything is workin no need to really update bios. You can always update it after windows install and if something not working go to last bios that worked on your system. I heard the 3000 bios and up are for broadwell.
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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array red454 PC Specs
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    You should be fine with that BIOS - as drop4205 mentioned, there isn't any advantage to the newer BIOS, so I would get your new system up and running, then make the change to the new BIOS if you like. I am running it with no issues. The nice thing with the dual BIOS is (as you probably know) that you can easily try the newer one, while retaining the old / original BIOS. Any problems with the new one - just flip the BIOS switch and you are back to the original.
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    In your case, you might want to update it to the 2001 BIOS at least since it improves the compatibility with some M.2 devices.

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