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Im wondering to if my Biostar TA890FXE will work with the new Bulldozer so i could save some Cash .
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Quote:
Originally Posted by IndicaNights;14298210 
Im wondering to if my Biostar TA890FXE will work with the new Bulldozer so i could save some Cash .

Doesn't look like it, at least not yet. Check back after Bulldozer is released tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Smoblikat;14297817 
It is what we know as the "I7 killer" tongue.gif

Even if "Bulldozer" will be faster than the i7 line wouldn't it still be AMDs next generation CPUs vs Intels current line of CPUs? So it wouldn't be that much of an accomplishment for AMD.

The next generation of Intel CPUs(the 2nd Generation i7 not counting) will most likely be again much faster than anything from AMD.
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Crosshair V has full support for all AM3+ Bulldozer CPUS.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by alienman21;14306488 
Crosshair V has full support for all AM3+ Bulldozer CPUS.

Any idea if the 2nd and 3rd generation Bulldozers are also supported? I read on Wikipedia that AMD plans to release its first line of Bulldozers in the second quarter of 2011(what's keeping them? the 2. qarter is already over) and in 2012 the 2. gen BDs and in 2013 the 3. gen BDs.

I suppose though that nobody could possibly tell now if the CPUs in 2012 and 2013 will still be compatible with the 8-series boards.headscratch.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 12Honk34;14307016 
Any idea if the 2nd and 3rd generation Bulldozers are also supported? I read on Wikipedia that AMD plans to release its first line of Bulldozers in the second quarter of 2011(what's keeping them? the 2. qarter is already over) and in 2012 the 2. gen BDs and in 2013 the 3. gen BDs.

I suppose though that nobody could possibly tell now if the CPUs in 2012 and 2013 will still be compatible with the 8-series boards.headscratch.gif

Perhaps it's more to do with the socket, if the new line are am3+ then I suppose the later ones will be too


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Originally Posted by Phenom_955;14297616 
If it's a recent enough revision, it should with a BIOS update. Best to stick to AM3+ to be sure though.

Which board for the revision?
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From what I've read, the first gen buldozer use the same pin layout as am3 CPU, the next one should use am3+ pin layout.
    
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Originally Posted by spikexp;14308848 
From what I've read, the first gen buldozer use the same pin layout as am3 CPU, the next one should use am3+ pin layout.

I've read that the Bulldozer has more pins but some of the more expensive AM3 boards were built with additional contacts to support the AM3+ CPUs.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 12Honk34;14310560 
I've read that the Bulldozer has more pins but some of the more expensive AM3 boards were built with additional contacts to support the AM3+ CPUs.

Yes, 1 more pin, but the first buldozer will not have it, so it can be on AM3.
AM3+ socket (black socket on old motherboard) will support next buldozer.
    
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