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I'm in the same situation as the OP, but I thought Ivy Bridge would be a new socket (2011 or something), can any one confirm socket 1155 will support Ivy Bridge? Thanks
ivy bridge will be socket 1155, but there is speculation that the sandy bridge cougar point chipset will not be compatible with the ivy bridge meaning you would still have to upgrade your mobo if this is the case.
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I think I'm going to just replace the motherboard in my HTPC and put the money I save toward a better graphics card (currently using a 5770).
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