Updating the motherboard
Most firmware updates are accessible through the manufacturer's CD driver page, see the CD drivers page for a listing of these links.
Updating to the latest drivers for your computer controllers can help with their reliability, as well as that of the drives connected to them.
If you are unsure then you can refer to our article: What motherboard do I have?
The best way to download drivers is to visit the official product page.
These drivers can be obtained from your motherboard or OEM computer manufacturer.
If you are looking for a video driver, see the below video card drivers section.
Without them often some components do not work properly or are using generic drivers that can be behave unexpectedly or perform worse. Often these machines contain modified motherboards to save costs. If you own an OEM pc then you will find the latest drivers by searching for your computer model number (check your invoice) on the official manufacturer’s website.
Before we start updating motherboard drivers it is important to distinguish between OEM pc’ and custom build pc’s. If you ordered a custom build pc then you will need to know out exactly which motherboard they used.
A lot of people kept their Z170 board, sold their Intel Skylake CPU, and bought the new Kaby Lake CPU. After a while, it's all set, and you are ready to go.
Then all you have to do is install the new CPU and be done with it, right? ASUS USB BIOS Flashback Procedure: https://com/technology/rog-motherboard-innovations/USB-BIOS-flashback/ ASUS Z170 Motherboards with USB BIOS Flashback feature: Enjoy Kaby Lake Power!