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Old 03-08-18, 04:50 PM
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Gigabyte has optimised their 300-series motherboards for Intel 9000 series processors

All 300-series chipset motherboards will support Intel 9000 series processors though BIOS updates.



Read more about Gigabyte optimising their 300-series motherboards for Intel 9000-series processors.

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Old 03-08-18, 05:21 PM
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Good stuff. Finally Intel does it correctly.
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I bet they will only support the 8 core 8 thread CPU's at the most and lock the 8 core 16 thread CPU to Z390.
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Good stuff. Finally Intel does it correctly.
I would strongly suspect this is not voluntary and they had absolutely no choice at all in the matter.

Sly b*****ds.
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I would strongly suspect this is not voluntary and they had absolutely no choice at all in the matter.

Sly b*****ds.
There'll be a catch somewhere like less performance on a Z370 board or something.
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The key word here is "support". Support does not mean full functionality. We will have to wait and see.
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The key word here is "support". Support does not mean full functionality. We will have to wait and see.
They will fully support your computer possibly catching on fire
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They will fully support your computer possibly catching on fire
It's that word again. Full fire functionality is not guaranteed and it might not burn down my whole house 😂😂😂
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I bet they will only support the 8 core 8 thread CPU's at the most and lock the 8 core 16 thread CPU to Z390.
I'd be well p$ssed off if they did that, thats the cpu I'm waiting for !
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