Thursday, February 27th 2014

GIGABYTE 8 Series Motherboards Now Support Upcoming 4th Gen Intel Core CPUs

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announced official support for soon to launch 4th Gen Intel Core Processors and select unlocked 4th Gen Intel Core Processors.

Wanting to ensure compatibility for upcoming 4th Gen Intel Core Processors, GIGABYTE has enabled support across the entire range of GIGABYTE 8 series motherboards, including Z87, H87, Q87, B85. and H81 chipset based motherboards. By installing the latest BIOS for their 8 series motherboard, users can be assured they are ready to take advantage of all the performance improvements that Intel's upcoming CPUs have to offer.

To get the latest BIOS update for your motherboard, please visit the GIGABYTE website:
www.gigabyte.com
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8 Comments on GIGABYTE 8 Series Motherboards Now Support Upcoming 4th Gen Intel Core CPUs

#1
The Quim Reaper
users can be assured they are ready to take advantage of all the performance improvements that Intel's upcoming CPUs have to offer.
Yeah, all 5% of it.....:rolleyes:
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#2
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
Q87? What now?
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MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Wait, I thought Haswell was 4th gen. :confused:

by: The Quim Reaper
Yeah, all 5% of it.....:rolleyes:
They have 0 competition.
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#4
LTUGamer
by: RCoon
Q87? What now?
The Q87 is business orientated chipset

by: MxPhenom 216
Wait, I thought Haswell was 4th gen. :confused:
I guess that they are talking about new Haswells with extra clock bonus
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#5
MaKCuMyC
I thought +100 MHz adding doesn't need BIOS update.
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#6
kamransaeed15
but the current haswels are 4th gen and the upcoming intel cpus will be broad well so 8 series mother board are built for 4th gen processors so whats special in this?
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#8
TheHunter
perhaps, may, likely. lol, any more speculations?


btw intel ceo/rep said Broadwell will be compatible with existing systems and brand new systems aka z97, so there is that. ;)

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