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Default Ivy Bridge-EP Compatibility Announced from ASUS and GIGABYTE

Along with the most of the consumer level X79 products being upgraded for Ivy Bridge compatibility, arguably Xeon compatibility for the server side of each motherboard manufacturer is more important. In my inbox today I found two press releases, one from ASUS and one from GIGABYTE, showcasing their server line support for E5-2600 V2 (and E5-1600 V2) processors. The E5-1600 V2 line of CPUs are quad and hex-core parts designed for uniprocessor setups, whereas the E5-2600 V2 line are for dual processor workstation boards (but can be used on their own) and run up to 12 cores.

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