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would the GIGABYTE GA-B85M-D3H motherboard work fine with intel i7 4770

i will not overclock the processor but i will do 1080p gaming so would these both work fine
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  1. There is no i7-470. Did you mean i7-4770? If so, yes the board supports that processor. http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/cpu-support-popup.aspx?pid=4567
  2. clutchc said:
    There is no i7-470. Did you mean i7-4770? If so, yes the board supports that processor. http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/cpu-support-popup.aspx?pid=4567


    will it work fine with i7 4770 because someone was telling me that you need a more expensive motherboard to properly use it or else it would give you errors
  3. I've never heard that one. Did they give you a reason? Anything to back up that claim?
  4. clutchc said:
    I've never heard that one. Did they give you a reason? Anything to back up that claim?


    no but they did see that some blue screen will appear because of the processor not being supported by the motherboard
  5. Best answer
    Well obviously they were wrong about the GA-B85M-D3H (rev. 1.x) MB not supporting the processor, according to Gigabyte.
  6. No the 4770 will work just find in any B85 motherboard. Whoever told you that has no idea what they're talking about.
  7. will it work with all bios or will he need something like f12 or above??
  8. junkeymonkey said:
    will it work with all bios or will he need something like f12 or above??


    If I read the CPU support page right, the board is still on its first BIOS version.
  9. clutchc said:
    junkeymonkey said:
    will it work with all bios or will he need something like f12 or above??


    If I read the CPU support page right, the board is still on its first BIOS version.


    could that make a difference
  10. 15g said:
    clutchc said:
    junkeymonkey said:
    will it work with all bios or will he need something like f12 or above??


    If I read the CPU support page right, the board is still on its first BIOS version.


    could that make a difference


    No, not since there is no other BIOS version to upgrade to ;-)
  11. don't v1 board with that high of bios number just seemed odd to me most start at f1 ??

    seemed this guys came with a f5 and I thought on this don't know

    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2163600/bios-update-gigabyte-b85m-d3h.html
  12. The GA-B85M-D3H may be a modification of a similar board that was already up to f12. So they started this new model with that BIOS.
  13. ok
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