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EVGA P55 FTW supports i3 or only i5/i7?

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    here my question go, can i pop in a Intel Core i3 series in the EVGA P55 FTW motherboard or does it only support i5 and i7 processores?
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    i3 is supported .... look at the socket type and supported processors ... all P55 mobos come with 1156 socket ... here the list of supported processors for socket 1156 ... Processors - Desktops,1156
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    yap i was looking at EVGA's side yesterday but i couldn't see i3 support anywhere so and checked again now and i saw "Intel® Core i3, i5 and i7 Support" damn my eyes must me really really really tired :wtf:
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    If it supports i5 it supports i3 and some i7's.
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    It should support any socket 1156 proccessor with the latest available bios.
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    It should support all 1156 CPU's, the i3's the i5's and the 1156 i7's.
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    actually even 1366 you just need to carefully dremel off a side of the chip.

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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    :laugh:

    Would love to see someone try that.
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    lol that would be like:

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