So I’ve noticed the FW13 upgrade guide to AMD (AMD Ryzen 7040 Series Upgrade Overview - Framework Guides) forgets about the use case of wanting to upgrade the Mainboard, but also upgrade the SSD (such that the old SSD can stay with the board you remove, if you so decide to keep that ‘build’ mostly together).
My particular use-case was talking out my old board, SSD, and RAM, then installing those parts into the Coolermaster case (which btw, does not come with an extra sound card, nor WiFi antennae, but does allow for them to be included. I only have one of each of those parts in the main laptop, but neither are for sale in the Marketplace yet) and installing the new AMD board with a fresh SSD and RAM. This kept me from needing to install the AMD driver bundle needlessly on the old SSD, and although that should be assumed, if someone were to follow this guide to a T, they’d have unneeded drivers installed on their old Intel board.
It may be nice for those people to mention "if you’re also upgrading your SSD inside the FW13, you do not need to pre-install the driver/bios bundle.
I only mention this as it only pertains to Windows users, since the Linux bundle comes included with Linux. Windows users who may want to update their Mainboard but keep their old one as a complete machine (SSD install, drivers, etc) would be affected by this. I know it’s simple, but for the people who care about bloat or micromanagement of their storage, it could be useful!
P.s. @Framework when do you think the sound card and replacement wifi antennae may be available on the marketplace? (Unless i missed it!)