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    Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    hello,

    Will the Abit IP-35 pro (I believe a 1066 Mhz FSB motherboard) support the latest intel dual and quad core CPU's (I think with 1333Mhz FSB's)?

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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    yes, also recommend to update to the latest BIOS.

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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    All P35 boards support 1333Mhz FSB, but that doesn't mean there won't be the odd glitch with the new 45nm chips without the latest bios update. You may be OK without, I don't know. It's a popular board, chances are someone on here has it and a 45nm CPU...

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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    I'd certainly be interested in an answer to this as while 45nm chips are supported by the motherboard, a correct CPU temperature couldn't be gained - does anyone know if the latest BIOS (v1.7) has fixed this?

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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    Well my new IP35 Pro XE that arrived last Thursday proudly proclaimed on the box that it was 45nm compatible.
    It's running very nicely with my E8500.
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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    Quote Originally Posted by NightshadowUK View Post
    I'd certainly be interested in an answer to this as while 45nm chips are supported by the motherboard, a correct CPU temperature couldn't be gained - does anyone know if the latest BIOS (v1.7) has fixed this?
    Yes, I am running BIOS 17 and the temp reporting issue appears to have been fixed.

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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    Quote Originally Posted by AD-15 View Post
    hello,

    Will the Abit IP-35 pro (I believe a 1066 Mhz FSB motherboard) support the latest intel dual and quad core CPU's (I think with 1333Mhz FSB's)?

    Thanks!
    Here is the contents of the latest BIOS 17 README file for the Abit IP-35 Pro motherboard:

    BIOS release V17 for IP35 Pro

    Release information:

    [ENGLISH]

    1. Fixed 45nm CPU compatibility and support CPU half multiplier.
    2. Fixed the Wake Up by WAKE# of PCIe function abnormality.
    3. Fixed system hang when used Intel PXE CPU series.
    4. Fixed CPU temperature abnormality when S3 return.
    5. BIOS compiled date: 05/26/2008.




    [¤¤¤å]

    1. *×¥¿45nm CPU¬Û®e©Ê©M¤ä´©CPU¥b*¿ÀW¡C
    2. *×¥¿Wake Up by WAKE# of PCIe¥\¯à²§±`¡C
    3. *×¥¿¨Ï¥ÎIntel PXE CPU¨t²Î·|·í¾÷¡C
    4. *×¥¿·íS3³ê¿ô®ÉCPU·Å«×²§±`¡C
    5. BIOS µo§G¤é´Á: 05/26/2008.




    ********************************* NOTE *********************************
    1. How to upgrade BIOS:

    a. Create a MS-DOS startup disk.
    b. Extract all files in the operation system.
    c. Copy the files to startup disk.
    d. Boot into MS-DOS.
    e. Run "runme.bat"

    *** Please notice that we suggest you flashing the bios with switches

    "/py /sn /cd /cp /cc /cks /R" or by "runme.bat".

    2. For more detail, please visit:

    http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/download/guide.php

    3. After BIOS updated, pull off the power cord and then clear the CMOS data
    via jumper before restarting system please.


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    I hope that helps!

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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    OK, thanks for all the advice!
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    Re: Abit IP-35 pro and 45nm CPU's

    I run an Abit ip35 motherboard with the upgraded bios v18. In the bios you need to disabled the temp settings or change to a setting so it will run.It seems the bios reports wrong temp and the computer thinks it is overheated and shuts down.Run a good heat monitor and it should be fine.

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