If the desktop board does not support the processor and it has not been officially tested, this may permanently damage the processor, memory and the desktop board and will void the warranty on the processor.
I do recommend, to avoid you any inconveniences like blue screens or system stability problem, to use a processor that it has been fully tested on your desktop board .
Hi- thanks for your reply/cautionary note. Just like anything like overclocking, there are unofficial things people do, sometimes without success, and sometimes with great success, which is the question here. There are people using/doing it apparently, buI am looking for anyone with either more info on success, or valid reasons why it wouldn't work, as the chipset is valid. Thanks for now.