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  1. Yes, perfectly fine...
  2. i read someone on this forum was saying, that and H61 motherboard cant go with ivy bridge,
    you have to put a sandy bridge in it and flash it first??
  3. Depends by the BIOS. Usually u have to Upgr bios
  4. dheeraj9933 said:
    i read someone on this forum was saying, that and H61 motherboard cant go with ivy bridge,
    you have to put a sandy bridge in it and flash it first??


    Yes, that's a thing to look for.
    But, Now-a-days the new H61 Chipset Mobo come with Native Ivy Bridge Support (with Factory Upgraded BIOS).
    So, be sure to check it out.
  5. can anyone tell me what will happen if i put an ivy bridge in old BIOS?
    will to not boot or it wont be efficient ?
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    dheeraj9933 said:
    can anyone tell me what will happen if i put an ivy bridge in old BIOS?
    will to not boot or it wont be efficient ?


    Never tried this, But most probably chances are, it won't boot, because Ivy Bridge is not supported.

    Why are you worrying, Newer H61 Mobos are already Ivy Bridge Compatible. I think they have version 2.xx written ahead of their model no. Confirm it from the Seller.
  7. yes if the motherboard revision is 2.1 or above it should support ivy bridge cpu. confirm that before placing the order
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  9. thank u all
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