While I like to update the BIOS first some motherboards use a Windows update app so I get to install Windows (usually a quick install without worry about activation or drivers) then update the BIOS, reset the BIOS to defaults, make as few changes as I need there then wipe the drive and perform a clean install.

Why is historic so I'll stop here.

Now is the time to get the BIOS current because you have a warranty. I find many are scared of such updates but in decades we've yet to lose a motherboard and this is over thousands of BIOS updates.