If possible, download the latest drivers from your board's download page to a USB drive, or even a storage drive you plan on using in the PC. Of course you must then install that drive after Windows is installed, to avoid the MBR being put on it or another drive. I never use the board's driver disk, but mainly because it may install more things than I want it to, not because the drivers are older. New drivers are not always better, some even have bugs the previous versions do not have.
I want control over everything that is installed, so I allow no automatic updates of any kind, and all Windows updates must be chosen by me first, but that's just me.
The mother board drivers are more basic than general Windows updates. If you don't install the board's INF/chipset installer before anything else, all the boards components are not identified, and other drivers may not install correctly.
For Intel boards, run the INF installer first and then the IME installation program. No particular order after that, but drivers should be done before Windows updates IMO.