Updating BIOS is advisable in the instance of new features (like support for new CPUs and unlocking CPUs) or fixed features (often, this is RAID). After some further research I figured that I should perhaps upgrade my BIOS, so I searched and managed to download the latest version (v1804) as a ROM file.
Note that many high-end boards -- like -- offer a "dual-BIOS" feature. The reason that flashing firmware can brick a board is because there exist no consumer means to recover a corrupted firmware chip.
To update firmware, the board must first wipe the existing blocks housing the firmware, then apply the update block-by-block to the flash device. I've recently decided that I want to try and utilize my two graphics cards so that I can have a dual monitor setup.
starams5 I'm not exactly sure what it is you're trying to update, EZ-Flash 2 or your bios.
You can't update EZ-Flash 2, on rare occasions I've seen a bios update address an issue with EZ-Flash 2 but you can't install the utility separately.
Note that some modern board manufacturers (MSI and ASRock both included) will also allow BIOS flashing over ethernet or wireless connection, though USB is still the easiest and safest method.