If the HP website doesn't have a BIOS update listed for your specific motherboard, it is most likely that you are running the most current BIOS for your exact model. Sometime HP may start with one version of a motherboard and move production to a different motherboard. That could be the reason you see updates for a motherboard version that doesn't match yours.
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