0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 27, 2009 5:54 AM by witemic

    Why Intel support for not modern motherboards is so weak?

    witemic

      Today I try put new Intel celeron e3200 processor to motherboard D975XBX2. Processor is detected as "Genuine processor" and work with errors. Multiplier is always in x6 mode and any changes in bios (C1E,EIST) is not help me make it up to default x12 value. This processor is not present in support of CPU's list for this motherboard, but in support list for this motherboard present Pentium e2200 and e2220. This processors (e2220 & e3200) have very similar features. Why is e2220 is supported and e3200 is not supported and why Intel support for not modern motherboards is so weak?

       

      Sorry for my bad english, I'm from Russia and know it can be better.