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> z77 chipset with GPU virtualization, WOW!!
spongebob206
post Apr 12 2012,6:26 PM
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QUOTE (Kelvinr @ Apr 12 2012,4:51 PM) *
That means you will be able to upgrade your CPU (at around the end of the month) to the latest and greatest CPU which will enable features on the board/chipset that are not available on the Sandy Bridge CPU.


So I should have waited sad.gif

Mind you have waited and saved for a long time smile.gif


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Kelvinr
post Apr 12 2012,6:45 PM
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QUOTE (spongebob206 @ Apr 12 2012,6:26 PM) *
So I should have waited sad.gif

Mind you have waited and saved for a long time smile.gif


Not at all, sounds like all you need is the Ivy Bridge processor although I think you will find even with a Sandy Bridge you should get great performance.


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Ian Warren
post Apr 12 2012,10:21 PM
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Its 'Ivy' or 'Sandy' , or daddy log legs tongue.gif , Derek , be looking forward to your new FS screens smile.gif


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post Apr 13 2012,3:26 PM
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Thanks Ian,

I will be looking forward to composing them smile.gif


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post Apr 15 2012,11:33 PM
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I believe that you can update the bios of some Z68 boards to support the new IB chips too.
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