Question about Intel Motherboard
Do you want to keep your current motherboard? If that is the case, then you'll need to...
Check w/ the motherboard manufacturer for documentation on that board. This will give you the maximum specs (RAM and CPU) that the motherboard will support.
As for changing the BIOS, that's a whole other matter. The BIOS is written to firmware that resides in an IC that is soldered onto the motherboard. You can, however, check w/ the manufacturer to see what their latest BIOS update is. In fact, you'll likely need the latest BIOS update in order to support the hardware changes.
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