Hi, thankyou for replying. So in order to update the bios for the i5 9600k processor is to FIRST install a 8th gen processor? Are there any other ways? 8th gen processors are rare to find nowadaysB360 board will most likely require BIOS update before i5-9600k can be used on it.
And yes - to perform BIOS update, 8th gen cpu will be required.
Hi, the motherboard is still in box, un-opened. And there is no sticker indicating the BIOS version. Is there any way to find out? Thankyou very much.The motherboard supports the i5 9600K from BIOS version 0803 and up. The most recent BIOS version is 2603
If BIOS version 0803 or later is installed, you don't need an 8th Gen to flash BIOS prior to using your 9600K
Usually there's a sticker on the bord that indicates what BIOS version it is shipped with.
EDIT : BIOS version CPU Support List
EDIT II : There are apparently two versions of the i5 9600K, one of them requires BIOS 2201
Hi, Thankyou for replying. Can you show me how to look for motherboards that are specifically made for 9th generation processors. Because there still exists many 8th gen motherboards and just require a BIOS update.If it is unopened, and you can still return it, I would suggest you return it and buy a motherboard with a 9th gen compatible chipset instead.
If you can't return it, I've seen other people suggest that you take the board to a computer store and ask them to update BIOS for a small fee. That's not something I have any experience with myself though, but it might be worth considering.
But for the least amount of problems, change the motherboard for one that is natively 9th Gen compatible. Especially when taking into account that there are 2 different 9600K which each require different BIOS versions - as i add'ed in my first post.
Hi, thankyou for replying. The Z390 chipset is quite pricey. Do you know any motherboards that is budget priced or at most $100ish. Thankyou for your help.Since you have an unlocked K-model CPU, choosing the z390 chipset would make sense, if it is not outside your budget. Only the Z-series chipsets allow overclocking.
You don't have to use a z390 chipset for a K-model CPU of course, but if you choose the B365 chipset, you might as well have bought a non-K CPU. It is not important, I just thoughtt I'd mention it as I think it is worth considering at least before youu decide.
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