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Will my 2600k work on a LGA 1150 board?

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Simple question, I have a 2600k and my buddy has a new LGA 1150 board he says I can have. Although I would love to use the motherboard, I am not sure if I want to spend the money on a Haswell chip seeing that my 2600k serves me just fine.
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No, the 2600K is a 1155 processor meaning it will only work in 1155 motherboards.

1150 chips (4670K, 4770K) will only work with 1150 motherboards. thumb.gif
 
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Nope, different socket. Your 2600k will only work on an 1155 board.
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post #5 of 13
Is your 2600k an 1150 chip? If no, then you have your answer.

(yes this question was meant to be incredibly obvious)
post #6 of 13
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Ok I wasn't to sure, I remember back when there was a leak stating the 1155 socket chips would be compatible with 1150. guess it was just a rumor, Although wikipedia like to think they are still compatiable.
post #7 of 13
Sell your 2600K (LGA 1155 btw) and buy a Haswell that will fit the 1150 socket on the new mobo. I'm keeping my Sandy Bridge becasue I don't care for the looks of the new mobos personally.
post #8 of 13
No, they are two completely different sockets.
post #9 of 13
He probably gets it by now ;-)
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Originally Posted by sbdblyss View Post

He probably gets it by now ;-)

Doubt it. At least 2 pages of people sayin "No" is required here.
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