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Im assuming P67/Z68 are the "newest" chipsets?
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Also I noticed this:
http://vr-zone.com/articles/the-upgr...efi/13513.html

So.....that might change things too.
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Originally Posted by Mercfh View Post
Im assuming P67/Z68 are the "newest" chipsets?
nope. P67 has been here since SB came out I believe. Z68 is the newest and the only thing it has over P67 is the ability to use the IGP and SSD cache.

You NEED P67 or Z68 to overclock.
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Well OCing isn't a HUGE deal for me, i'll be doing it a little bit, so I don't need a SUPER expensive board.
but ur saying the P67 and Z68 boards should all be Ivy Compatible (Im just trying to cover my bases here) lol.
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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post
Most boards based on 1155 will support Ivy out of the box, others may require a bios update. Either way, it's still a nice cheap upgrade path.
I hope my board will support Ivy Bridge? It will be nice to slot that baby right in with just a bios update
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Well OCing isn't a HUGE deal for me, i'll be doing it a little bit, so I don't need a SUPER expensive board.
but ur saying the P67 and Z68 boards should all be Ivy Compatible (Im just trying to cover my bases here) lol.
You don't need an expensive board to overclock super high on Sandy bridge and ivy bridge
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Link to Gigabytes false advertisements. I dislike liars, and this will be the last time i buy a gigabyte product.
http://www.techpowerup.com/151718/MS...ady-Claim.html

And to the OP, i hear that if you want to be IVY proof you will need a Z68 version of any board.
It hasn't been confirmed that there will be a bios update on the original P67 boards as yet.

-EDIT- There are bios updates for ivy, i stand corrected.
Edited by Denim-187 - 10/15/11 at 1:25pm
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Well, Asus released a bios for their LG1155 boards (v 2001 bios) that is listed to "Enable support for Next Gen 22nm Processor[s]". As there are no upcoming 22nm CPUs except Ivy, I guess that means its supported.

My bet is that every vendor will do this, and that any decent mobo should support it (maybe not the $50 models - but thats me guessing).
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Originally Posted by Denim-187 View Post
Link to Gigabytes false advertisements. I dislike liars, and this will be the last time i buy a gigabyte product.
http://www.techpowerup.com/151718/MS...ady-Claim.html

And to the OP, i hear that if you want to be IVY proof you will need a Z68 version of any board.
It hasn't been confirmed that there will be a bios update on the original P67 boards as yet.
ASUS P8P67 boards already have a IVY Bridge compatible bios

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Int..._PRO/#download
    
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The Asus maximus gene z also has the 22nm bios in place. Though we obviously cant test it ourselves yet, it would seem that Asus is doing a great job (as usual) in keeping up with the updates that they promised.
    
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