Ivy bridge mobo's

Hello everybody, I'm interested if ASUS P8B75-V supports Ivy bridge processors without having to flash BIOS?
The reason I'm getting B75V instead of Z77 is because I'm not planning to OC.
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  1. It will work.
    That is what the motherboard is designed for if I am not mistaken.

    Asus website: LGA1155 Intel® 3rd/2nd Generation Core™ i7/ Core™ i5/ Core™ i3/ Pentium® / Celeron® Processors Ready

  2. Yes but it says same thing for H61 Mobo, which needs flashing before it can support Ivy
  3. Ok, I looked at the CPU support list and the motherboard will require flashing to use Ivy
    Bridge processors.
    Flashing a BIOS is generally relatively easy but it would be much easier to buy a Z77 motherboard.
    If you are comfortable with flashing a BIOS go for the one you are looking at, otherwise a z77 board would probably be better.
  4. How can you tell that P8B75 Mobo will need flashing? Also I have no use for z77 Mobo.
  5. Actually, it depends on the version of bios the board shipped with. You can identify the four-digit bios build on a long, thin white label with a bar code that's literally on the edge of the board.

    The last 4 digits of this sticker identifies the bios build (I.e. 0906) Then check the CPU support list at www.support.asus.com

    So in other words: you won't know until you get the motherboard. There's a very similar thing happening that the 990FX motherboards require a flash to support Vishera chips.
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