Question Got a new mobo and trying to see if a CPU is compatible

delaro

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Always check the manual online, the physical copies don't always get updated. Prime Z370-P II CPU Support


Core i7-9700 (3.0GHz, 65W, L3:12M, 8C rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700F (3.0GHz, 65W, L3:12M, 8C,rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700K (3.6GHz, 95W, L3:12M, 8C, rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700KF (3.6GHz, 95W, L3:12M, 8C rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700T (2.0GHz, 35W, L3:12M, 8C rev.R0)ALL0602GO
 
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Always check the manual online, the physical copies don't always get updated. Prime Z370-P II CPU Support


Core i7-9700 (3.0GHz, 65W, L3:12M, 8C rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700F (3.0GHz, 65W, L3:12M, 8C,rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700K (3.6GHz, 95W, L3:12M, 8C, rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700KF (3.6GHz, 95W, L3:12M, 8C rev.R0)ALL0602GO
Core i7-9700T (2.0GHz, 35W, L3:12M, 8C rev.R0)ALL0602GO
I've been googling a lot of things, and I see it says it compatible but I also see people talking about a BIOS issue saying its out of date for the mobo, and that you'll need a older gen processer to update it
 

delaro

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You need Version 0602 2019/04/08 for support. The current BIOS is Version 1203 2019/11/06. Most places only keep stock around 3 months so yes that could be an issue. You will need to contact the seller and ask them what revision level it has, that should be marked on the box itself.
 
Nov 27, 2019
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You need Version 0602 2019/04/08 for support. The current BIOS is Version 1203 2019/11/06. Most places only keep stock around 3 months so yes that could be an issue. You will need to contact the seller and ask them what revision level it has, that should be marked on the box itself.
Sadly it doesn't say on the box. But I bought it during september so do you think it would be fine?
 

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