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Thank you Trumpet!! I'm planning on buying it now--- if it doesn't work for some reason, it'll be a good excuse to build another machine smile.gif
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Xeon is cheaper than i7-2600 and have the same performance. H61 DOES support Xeon, it all comes down to BIOS. ASRock and Gigabyte lineup all supports Xeon. I have seen people boot Xeon on ASUS motherboard just fine.
If it supports Ivy it would support Xeon.

 

Excellent. Good to know.

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Can you suggest an H61 mobo with working GEN3 Slot.

I mean it must run at PCIE 3.0 speed with IVY-B and GTX 670 installed
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Can you suggest an H61 mobo with working GEN3 Slot.
I mean it must run at PCIE 3.0 speed with IVY-B and GTX 670 installed

All H61 motherboards support Gen3. You can read about it from here,
http://www.overclock.net/t/1242211/faq-does-my-p67-z68-motherboard-s-support-pci-express-3-0

As long as you flashed the BIOS to the latest, H61 + Ivy Bridge will utilize PCIe 3.0.
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

All H61 motherboards support Gen3. You can read about it from here,
http://www.overclock.net/t/1242211/faq-does-my-p67-z68-motherboard-s-support-pci-express-3-0
As long as you flashed the BIOS to the latest, H61 + Ivy Bridge will utilize PCIe 3.0.

That is awesome news, thanks again +rep.

I was worried my machine wouldn't be able to utilize PCIe 3.0!
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DH61WW may Freeze within six month use

I have three Intel DH61WW Motherboards with i3-2100. I faced freezing problem on all three mobos for last one year. And each mobos are replaced lots of times from Intel RMA(Digicare) and all mobos show same problem. I waste my lots of time for it.

The problem is it turn off within a half hour and not turn on quickly. This problem shows even it was working on CMOS setting menu by F2 key when it was connected only to the display, memory, keyboard & cpu with a well worked PSU.

Also, sometimes the DH61WW motherboard PCs turn off without a reason and it may working after a while.

All Votages are perfectly shows even after freeze. And all motherboard components are working good. Also all temperature values below in 55°C.

In my experience the DH61WW may not ahead a period of six month, if use at least 8 hours per day. And the replaced DH61WW is stopped working with in few days.

I feel DH61WW/H61 chipset has a bug. So no one purchase a H61 chipset motherboards as blind. Coz Intel may continue this dirt chipset for there new 22nm Ivy Bridge processor.

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