I'm currently on single BIOS mode (haven't messed with the switches since receiving the board.) So I assume i'm on the "first" BIOS. No idea how to use Qflash so I don't really wanna go that route. Should I just download the BIOS file from the Gigabyte website and run it?If this is the master, the easiest way to control BIOS flashing is just put the board into single BIOS mode and use the dip switch to select which is active/flash to whatever version you want to main/backup.
Not really a best method, some people swear by using QFlash+ (Flashback on ASUS, etc.) but I have had issues getting it to work on this board. I just end up going into the BIOS itself and using QFlash from there, easy enough.
As for drivers Gigabyte like most vendors seems to post whatever drivers they tested at the time, and generally do not keep those up to date, best to grab chipset drivers directly from AMD: https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am4/x570. Same for bluetooth/network/etc. from their respective vendors.
Board revision doesn't matter, since the hardware is the same from a driver perspective.
As for the chipset, since I have the gigabyte ones installed now, can I just install the AMD chipset drivers over the existing ones?