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|5th February 2011, 09:55||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Ivy Bridge 22nm works with H67 and P67 (1155 pin compatible, needs new BIOS)
Intel finally came to its senses to use the same socket and make the 22nm Ivy Bridge pin and software compatible to Sandy Bridge x67 boards, and this happens to be the chipset that is affected with a huge embarrassment and SATA 2 recall bug. Now that is ironic.
The big news that P67 and H67 boards will support Ivy Bridge 22nm processors after BIOS and firmware updates is not as cool as it would have been if Intel didnít mess these chipsets up.
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