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will ivy bridge be compatible with socket lga 1155???
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Ivy Bridge will be on LGA 2011 if I'm right.
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Originally Posted by Axe-Animu-Man View Post
Ivy Bridge will be on LGA 2011 if I'm right.
Nope, that's Sandy Bridge Extreme.

Ivy is socket 1155.
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ivy bridge will be lga 1155 while ivy bridge - E will be on 2011. So at least for one more generation the socket 1155 will remain
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Ivy Bridge will initially be on 1155 then will be released on socket 2011. It is expected that Ivy Bridge will be compatible with most SB 1155 motherboards (t's been confirmed to work with some).

1155 Sandy Bridge
1155 Ivy Bridge
2011 Sandy Bridge-E
2011 Ivy Bridge

The order of ivy bridge and SB-E may change if one gets delayed.
Edited by nezzarix - 8/10/11 at 2:45pm
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Whether it'll actually be compatible with your mobo is another matter though - very few early s775 boards were compatible with C2Ds, and even fewer of them were compatible with the 45nm chips...
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Whether it'll actually be compatible with your mobo is another matter though - very few early s775 boards were compatible with C2Ds, and even fewer of them were compatible with the 45nm chips...
P67 boards already have bios support
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