Question Looking for a mobo that doesn't need a bios update for the processor

bryanc723

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This is what I have so far. Website is saying the specific mobo might need a bios update for the processor I have chosen. I'd rather not mess with it unless I have to. Also I figured an x570 should be plug and play with the most modern processors or what am I missing. Was also looking for pci4.0, but I'm not sure exactly what I'm looking for if all x570s don't come with it. Any help would be great here. Thanks.
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kanewolf

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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Drtxwz

This is what I have so far. Website is saying the specific mobo might need a bios update for the processor I have chosen. I'd rather not mess with it unless I have to. Also I figured an x570 should be plug and play with the most modern processors or what am I missing. Was also looking for pci4.0, but I'm not sure exactly what I'm looking for if all x570s don't come with it. Any help would be great here. Thanks.
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I tried, but couldn't fix you link... you can edit you post to fix it.
 

Bob.B

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https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Drtxwz

This is what I have so far. Website is saying the specific mobo might need a bios update for the processor I have chosen. I'd rather not mess with it unless I have to. Also I figured an x570 should be plug and play with the most modern processors or what am I missing. Was also looking for pci4.0, but I'm not sure exactly what I'm looking for if all x570s don't come with it. Any help would be great here. Thanks.
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It looks like the bios must be at 2606 or above to support that cpu.
Contact the merchant and ask what bios level their mobo has.
 

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