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Which processors support FCLGA2011 socket?

Hey, could someone find, if please, list of processors that are supported by FCLGA2011 socket? I tried to Google it up. But I think Google misunderstood me, it thinks I referred to LGA2011. I can't find it myself, so, do you guys maybe have good connections?
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    RikTelner said:
    Hey, could someone find, if please, list of processors that are supported by FCLGA2011 socket? I tried to Google it up. But I think Google misunderstood me, it thinks I referred to LGA2011. I can't find it myself, so, do you guys maybe have good connections?


    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-034539.htm

    Hope it helps!
  2. KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    Hey, could someone find, if please, list of processors that are supported by FCLGA2011 socket? I tried to Google it up. But I think Google misunderstood me, it thinks I referred to LGA2011. I can't find it myself, so, do you guys maybe have good connections?


    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-034539.htm

    Hope it helps!


    Is LFA2011 same as FCLGA2011?
    Now tell me how you go there. That would be fun to know to not bother you in future.

    @edit If Intel says CPU_1 will fit into FCLGA2011 socket. That means it will 100% fit into socket or are there another things I should look at? I just need to look how to mount it.
  3. RikTelner said:
    KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    Hey, could someone find, if please, list of processors that are supported by FCLGA2011 socket? I tried to Google it up. But I think Google misunderstood me, it thinks I referred to LGA2011. I can't find it myself, so, do you guys maybe have good connections?


    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-034539.htm

    Hope it helps!


    Is LFA2011 same as FCLGA2011?
    Now tell me how you go there. That would be fun to know to not bother you in future.

    @edit If Intel says CPU_1 will fit into FCLGA2011 socket. That means it will 100% fit into socket or are there another things I should look at? I just need to look how to mount it.


    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/303915-28-difference-sandy-bridge-fclga1155-lga1155-sockets
  4. KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    Hey, could someone find, if please, list of processors that are supported by FCLGA2011 socket? I tried to Google it up. But I think Google misunderstood me, it thinks I referred to LGA2011. I can't find it myself, so, do you guys maybe have good connections?


    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-034539.htm

    Hope it helps!


    Is LFA2011 same as FCLGA2011?
    Now tell me how you go there. That would be fun to know to not bother you in future.

    @edit If Intel says CPU_1 will fit into FCLGA2011 socket. That means it will 100% fit into socket or are there another things I should look at? I just need to look how to mount it.


    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/303915-28-difference-sandy-bridge-fclga1155-lga1155-sockets


    So LFA2011 processor will ALWAYS fit into FLA2011 socket? No matter what the motherboard will be? It looks like 2 CPUs of same socket have different sizes, does that matter? Or it's still compatible?
  5. RikTelner said:
    KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    Hey, could someone find, if please, list of processors that are supported by FCLGA2011 socket? I tried to Google it up. But I think Google misunderstood me, it thinks I referred to LGA2011. I can't find it myself, so, do you guys maybe have good connections?


    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-034539.htm

    Hope it helps!


    Is LFA2011 same as FCLGA2011?
    Now tell me how you go there. That would be fun to know to not bother you in future.

    @edit If Intel says CPU_1 will fit into FCLGA2011 socket. That means it will 100% fit into socket or are there another things I should look at? I just need to look how to mount it.


    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/303915-28-difference-sandy-bridge-fclga1155-lga1155-sockets


    So LFA2011 processor will ALWAYS fit into FLA2011 socket? No matter what the motherboard will be?


    Right, always. A few motherboards' might have a BIOS version that won't like the change in CPU, but flashing or updating the BIOS would remedy that problem.
  6. What about such a problem:

    CPU one:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 51mm

    CPU two:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 45.0mm

    It still doesn't matter? Both CPU one and CPU two will fit into same socket and work?
  7. RikTelner said:
    What about such a problem:

    CPU one:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 51mm

    CPU two:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 45.0mm

    It still doesn't matter? Both CPU one and CPU two will fit into same socket and work?


    That'd be CPU specific. Check the list way above for compatibility!
  8. KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    What about such a problem:

    CPU one:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 51mm

    CPU two:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 45.0mm

    It still doesn't matter? Both CPU one and CPU two will fit into same socket and work?


    That'd be CPU specific. Check the list way above for compatibility!


    Yea. But which socket would CPU two fit into? I mean, it has exactly same socket, just another dimension. It's supposed to fit into a socket. Otherwise it's useless. Since it's told to fit into one another. For clearance

    CPU one: Intel® Core™ i7-4960X
    CPU two: Intel® Xeon® E5-2697 v2

    Sure. CPU one is told to fit into the socket and then approved by your compatibility list. But what about CPU two? It has also been said to fit into same socket. Wh.., how, what? What do I fit CPU two into if it's not compatible with mentioned socket?
  9. RikTelner said:
    KyleADunn said:
    RikTelner said:
    What about such a problem:

    CPU one:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 51mm

    CPU two:
    Socket: FCLGA2011
    Dimensions: 52.5mm x 45.0mm

    It still doesn't matter? Both CPU one and CPU two will fit into same socket and work?


    That'd be CPU specific. Check the list way above for compatibility!


    Yea. But which socket would CPU two fit into? I mean, it has exactly same socket, just another dimension. It's supposed to fit into a socket. Otherwise it's useless. Since it's told to fit into one another. For clearance

    CPU one: Intel® Core™ i7-4960X
    CPU two: Intel® Xeon® E5-2697 v2

    Sure. CPU one is told to fit into the socket and then approved by your compatibility list. But what about CPU two? It has also been said to fit into same socket. Wh.., how, what? What do I fit CPU two into if it's not compatible with mentioned socket?


    CPU 2 fits into FCLGA2011: http://ark.intel.com/products/75283/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-2697-v2-30M-Cache-2_70-GHz

    CPU 2 is a server processor, at dimensions 52.5mm x 51mm. don't know where you got the 52.5x45 dimension, but according to intel, it's 52.5x51.

    Some CPUs won't work in certain motherboards with their otherwise supported chipsets due to TDP. Some FCLGA2011/LGA2011 boards can't support higher TDP ratings, and thus, won't support the CPU, even if it'd fit into them.
  10. I mixed it up.

    CPU 1 has dimensions 52.5mm x 45.0mm which is probably correct.
    CPU 2 has dimensions 52.5mm x 51mm.

    Quote:

    Well, according to page you sent me. FCLGA2011 doesn't support CPU2. So, that's when I get lost.
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