UEFI BIOS updates available immediately for all 9 Series motherboards to enable compatibility with latest Intel Core processors
- BIOS updates available now for ASUS 9 Series motherboards for compatibility with 5th-generation Intel Core processors
- Update requires simple one-touch operation with either USB flash drive or Windows-based app
- Full list of compatible motherboards available at www.asus.com
Manila, Philippines (11th March, 2015) — ASUS today announced that all 9 Series motherboards offer support for 5th-generation Intel® Core™ processors, assuring a quick, safe, and smooth upgrade — immediately. The easy-to-use ASUS USB BIOS Flashback or BIOS Updater tools enable users to update the UEFI BIOS quickly, unleashing the great performance of the latest high-performance CPUs.
Easy update for instant compatibility with new 5th-generation Intel Core processors
ASUS 9 Series motherboards that include the renowned ASUS USB BIOS Flashback feature(1) enable users to apply UEFI BIOS updates with incredible ease. This innovative tool downloads the latest BIOS to a USB flash drive, enabling users to update the award-winning ASUS UEFI BIOS quickly and easily. The motherboard does not even need to have a CPU or DRAM modules in place: users can simply connect the power supply, plug in their USB drive, press the USB BIOS Flashback or Reset button and then sit back and wait — there’s nothing else to do.
For other ASUS 9 Series motherboards the necessary UEFI BIOS update takes just one click in an easy-to-use Windows-based BIOS updater application(2) , which can be downloaded free of charge from the ASUS website.
Users keen to take advantage of the power of the latest 5th-generation Intel Core processors can visit the ASUS website, at www.asus.com, and download the relevant UEFI BIOS version today. The following ASUS 9 Series motherboards can be updated for compatibility with the latest Intel CPUs:
1 Users should check their ASUS 9 Series motherboard model for feature availability. Check the list below or visit www.asus.com for more information.
2 BIOS-update process may require motherboard to be fitted with a current-generation processor.