Re: New XPS 9000 BIOS
"Ben Myers" <ben_myers@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Another (also obscure) reason for a BIOS update is to extend the range of
CPUs supported by a motherboard, usually when the motherboard has a more
open-ended and flexible design AND the design proves to be long-lived in
this era of rapidly changing computer models.
Yes, the reason for the upgrade from A14 to A15 was to support the Gulftown
6-core Intel processors.
A14 and earlier only supported 4-core processors.
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