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    P35 vs Penryn

    I'm assuming that P35 boards will support Penryn. Am I right?

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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    Yes they will, but 965 and 975 won't unless I'm mistaken.

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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    P35 will, mixed reports about 965/975, so will have to wait and see for that.
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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    I believe there are some P965 variants that do support the 1333FSB chips, such as the later revisions of Gigabyte's P965 boards, but as a rule P35 is the platform of choice now to ensure you can run all the latest / future Intel chips.
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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    I run my QuadGT at 1333MHz FSB just fine at the moment with an E4300. Will this alone allow me to possibly use Penryns in the future, or are there other things to consider (BIOS updates etc.)?

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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrard View Post
    I run my QuadGT at 1333MHz FSB just fine at the moment with an E4300. Will this alone allow me to possibly use Penryns in the future, or are there other things to consider (BIOS updates etc.)?
    At this time - nobody knows.... it is rumoured that it might do, but until there is an official announcement from abit, you must assume that it won't, but it might. Will reqire a BIOS update for sure.
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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    abit stick to NDAs so won't comment on CPU compatability until the CPU is launched.
    I think that there's a pretty fair chance that the QuadGT will though.

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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    I won't be upgrading for a while, but it's good to know the option might be there. Chances are by the time I do upgrade, DDR3 will be the norm so will need a new MB anyway.

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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    1333MHz FSB is not enough to support Penryn. Boards also should have CPU voltage regulator as of Intel's VRM 11 standarts.

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    Re: P35 vs Penryn

    You would probably need a 1333 bootstrap as well. A lot of older boards have been updated with the bootstrap though........Asus even have a list
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