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    All MSI 100 series motherboards Kaby Lake ready via BIOS updates

    You can download MSI's updated BIOS files right now if you feel the urge.
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    Re: All MSI 100 series motherboards Kaby Lake ready via BIOS updates

    That's nice of them.

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    Re: All MSI 100 series motherboards Kaby Lake ready via BIOS updates

    Yeah, doesn't seem to be that much excitement about Kaby Lake tbh...
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    Re: All MSI 100 series motherboards Kaby Lake ready via BIOS updates

    I have the B150M Mortar but this won't make any difference to me because I'm not interested in Kaby Lake.

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    Re: All MSI 100 series motherboards Kaby Lake ready via BIOS updates

    Make's sense. I do not see why any H110 B150 H170 or Z170 board wouldn't support Kaby lake without doing a BIOS update. After all Sandy Bridge motherboards worked with Ivy Bridge with BIOS update, and Haswell boards worked with broadwell with a BIOS update. If any of the companies do not support Kaby Lake on the 100 chipset boards, they are just being lazy and not caring about their customer.

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