The BIOS versions can be had via FTP through ASUS, but they're also linked on the main page at www.station-drivers.com.Originally Posted by harishgayatri;15277360
Did the H67 boards also get that update?
Do you have the link for the BIOS update?
Yeah, this "Support new CPUs" seems to mean Ivy Bridge. It kinda reminds of when we had socket 775 and we went from 65nm to 45nm and many boards needed a BIOS update to become compatible. They just needed the new micro code.Originally Posted by harishgayatri;15277518
Thanks for the link.
I got an update for my ASUS Board P8H67-V
description shows that
P8H67-V 0804 BIOS
Support new CPUs
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157271Originally Posted by ilikepancakez;15277310
i've decided on getting a 2500k from microcenter
now i just need to know what motherboard to get. i'd like it to be compatible with ivybridge so i dont need to upgrade so soon. any suggestions?
Thanks for this.Originally Posted by TwoCables;15277442
The BIOS versions can be had via FTP through ASUS, but they're also linked on the main page at www.station-drivers.com.
It looks like they only have two of the H67 boards listed:
The P8H67-M2 and the P8H67-M EVO.
I don't know whether or not this update makes these boards compatible with Ivy Bridge.