I've been looking and i can't find where to find what my current chipset version is. I'm not talking about bios version cause I know i can use cpu-z to find that.
If you have CPU-Z already, just go to the mainboard section.
It will list the chipset and southbridge. It will be the southbridge field most people likely refer to when talking about chipset in this instance and it will show, x570, X299, z370 etc. I assume that is what your talking about.
Sorry, i meant the chipset driver version
Whatever board you have, find the key to get into the bios and it will say what version you have.
Chipset drivers are windows things, get into the windows driver info from the control panel (sorry, I don't know the exact steps) and you should be able to find driver details.
Or, if you're running linux, it's all part of the kernel and there's no separate chipset driver that I'm aware of.
My mistake, I seen chipset and thought bios version. Thanks....