If you specifically need this new hardware, then it’s probably worth taking the risk to install it.
If not, then you should simply stick with your current BIOS because the new BIOS won’t make any difference and could actually cause more problems.
If there's a power cut, or the computer gets turned off while updating, it could mean that it's unable to boot at all.
Your computer's BIOS - Basic Input/Output System - is a chip on the motherboard which contains enough information to allow it to start up before the main operating system begins to load.
AMI's rich set of utilities for BIOS ROM image customization without rebuilding the firmware provide a clear advantage in reducing both time and cost.
AMI Firmware Update (AFU) is a scriptable command line utility for DOS, Microsoft Windows®, Linux, Free BSD and the UEFI shell.
Unlike the operating system, the BIOS is low-level software that is stored on a chip on the motherboard of the computer.
In order to update this low-level software, you normally have to “flash the BIOS“, which will replace the old software with the new version.