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i hope u do know that u need a bios update for the ivye cpus
   
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That I'm aware of, what's good about the motherboard I'm hoping to get, is that I can do the bios update via the USB Flashback method, without even needing an SB-E chip.

That, and it comes with the latest bios from OcUK anyways wink.gifthumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Celisuis View Post

That I'm aware of, what's good about the motherboard I'm hoping to get, is that I can do the bios update via the USB Flashback method, without even needing an SB-E chip.

That, and it comes with the latest bios from OcUK anyways wink.gifthumb.gif
ok nice
   
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