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ASUS provides list of motherboards that support Ivy Bridge

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by tigger, Oct 26, 2011.

  1. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    Thanks, but it would have been nice if he would have provided a source.
     
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    I just flashed my Asus P8Z68V PRO last night to BIOS 902 which supports 22nm Ivy Bridge CPU's!
     
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    I flashed to 0502 from 0402 recently and it looks like the p8z68m pro i have supports it too, but how far that support goes, im wondering,hopefully all the way,haha.!~! I think its on the asus website somewhere too .
     
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    P8P67-M PRO (0901) <<< Result :)

    Now we just have to wait for the processors. What is it, feb 2012?
     
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    That looks like everything. What boards are missing?
     
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    Looks like a pretty robust list, like all but the ultra budget boards will support it.
     

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