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    Ivy Bridge might not work in many socket 1155 motherboards



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    Re: Ivy Bridge might not work in many socket 1155 motherboards

    C'mon intel, don't pussy out

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    Re: Ivy Bridge might not work in many socket 1155 motherboards

    On motherboards with a pair of BIOS chips, it should be possible to perform the UEFI upgrade by first flashing the secondary BIOS chip and then the primary one
    Time to trot off to my motherboard's website....
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    Re: Ivy Bridge might not work in many socket 1155 motherboards

    Didn't Gigabyte recently say that most of there's current motherboards will support ivy bridge?

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    Re: Ivy Bridge might not work in many socket 1155 motherboards

    Urgh i hope this isn't true, it's always nice to have upgrade options.

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    Re: Ivy Bridge might not work in many socket 1155 motherboards

    Quote Originally Posted by Walker View Post
    Didn't Gigabyte recently say that most of there's current motherboards will support ivy bridge?
    Gigabyte, the pioneer of dual bios?

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