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Old February 26, 2013, 11:46 PM
pitz pitz is offline
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That stuff will all work. However, most P67 boards in the supply chain likely don't have new enough firmware for Ivy Bridge CPU's, hence, you'll have to either borrow someone's Sandy Bridge CPU in order to upgrade the firmware, or alternatively, remove the EPROM from the board and have it flashed on a programmer or another motherboard.

Also, P67 won't let you use the Intel embedded video, which is actually quite good and useful. I'd actually say that P67 is obsolete -- if you really must economize on a board, try one of the cheaper B75 boards.
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