F4 is the latest BIOS version. You can check in your BIOS or watch what shows at boot to see if you have that one. It updates for EFI systems. Since I used Linux I couldn't use the Windows based software to update, but in the BIOS is another method to directly access the *.F4 file needed, and it worked perfectly for my Gigabyte motherboard.
I am trying to make sure my bios is up to date, but I am stuck. I am being asked to select the chipset for my mobo. It is supposed to be AMD 760G + SB710. According to CPUz it is AMD 780G + SB700. The only selection I am giving is the 760G. Not sure what I should do, if anything at all.