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Old 11-11-2017, 05:07 PM
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Default Corsair One BIOS Update?

Good afternoon Corsair and gentlemen! I am interested in updating the BIOS of the C1's MSI Z270I motherboard. The current version we all have is E7A66IZ1.4QF (4.QF) dated 2/3/2017. On MSI website for the MSI Z270I, they're driver nearest that date is 2/6/2017 v. 1.4.

I'm assuming even though dated 3 days later that it included the same updates which were:

- Improved Intel 750 NVME compatibility.
- Improved memory compatibility.
- Enhanced M2 Genie function.
- Improved M2 device compatibility.

Since then, there have been three additional updates to the BIOS.


- Improved memory compatibility.
- Improved Samsung NVME 960 compatibility.
- Support Intel Optane Memory.


- Updated micro code.
- Fixed some USB2.0 devices will show yellow mark after resuming from S3


- Fix system sometimes fail to shutdown
- Fix S3 issue

- Corsair, for the sake of memory issues and those of us who most likely want to update our boards with the Samsung 960 PRO NVME ourselves and don't have NVME currently. (I have the original PRO Model with 1080GTX).

- Is Corsair looking into soon providing an update for our motherboards with the above fixes/improvements? or Will MSI's update be the solution without destroying/messing with our C1s?

Thank you!

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