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[FUD] Ivy Bridge 22nm works with H67 and P67

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The big news that P67 and H67 boards will support Ivy Bridge 22nm processors after BIOS and firmware updates is not as cool as it would have been if Intel didn’t mess these chipsets up.

Still there is a hope, as of April all boards powered with H67 and P67 will be bug free and with a BIOS update, they will be able to support Ivy Bridge 22nm processors. So once you get a functional bug free P67 or H67, you can expect to be able to plug Ivy into it and after new BIOS flash, they should just work.
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Yay Intel's following AMD tradition!
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only some chips from Ivy will be on the Z series.

It will be just like the Bloomfield/Lynnfield setup with P55 and X58. You can still get Nehalem on both. There will be both 1155 and 2011 Sandy setups available. If you want an octo setup you need 2011 socket. If you are fine with a quad core then 1155 22nm is a great upgrade.
Edited by trinstac - 2/5/11 at 4:02pm
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Yay Intel's following AMD tradition!
Here here! Only thing is, they've still fragmented the segment with two boards: IVY and the upcoming LGA2011 (if that even exists.)
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Hrm...its Fud, I'd like to believe it, but I'd also like to see some reputable sources.
That being said I wonder how PCI-e 3.0 would pan out on these boards/processors. Being backwards compatible I guess its just limited to 2.0.
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Here here! Only thing is, they've still fragmented the segment with two boards: IVY and the upcoming LGA2011 (if that even exists.)
Yes, the 1155 22nm chips will only be dual and quad core. If you want 6 or 8 cores then that is available only on 2011.

Both are Ivy, as both 1156 and 1366 are both Nehalem.
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What's next, Batman bridge?

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If this is true, that's pretty cool. They'll probably overclock like beasts.
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Yes, the 1155 22nm chips will only be dual and quad core. If you want 6 or 8 cores then that is available only on 2011.

Both are Ivy, as both 1156 and 1366 are both Nehalem.
Both LGA 1156 and LGA 1366 got Westmere no surprise here.
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