P750dm2-g/p775dm3-g upgrade with a Coffee Lake cpu?

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    BIOS mod and PIN mod in that case MIGHT work.

    How do you feel about wire wrapping LGA socket pins so you don't destroy them or short them? :p
     
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    clevo-extreme Company Representative

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    of course mid with pins. Probably than we have p75 p775 km series

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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    https://www.techpowerup.com/234097/...ore-mainstream-desktop-processor-by-september

    Intel Rushes in a Six-core Mainstream Desktop Processor by September

    With AMD Ryzen 5 six-core and Ryzen 7 eight-core chips having blunt the edge of the $329 Core i7-7700K, the upper-end of Intel's mainstream desktop processor line-up has lost competitiveness to Intel's bean-counters. The company is readying a new mainstream-desktop platform, which in all likelihood, heralds a new socket, and the new Z370 Express chipset.

    Intel plans to launch this platform by August-September (before Q4 sets in), and it has one big difference - a new six-core part, based on the 8th generation Core "Coffee Lake" silicon. Built on a refined 14 nm process, the 6-core "Coffee Lake" chip could feature its TDP rating around the 95W mark for the "K" (multiplier unlocked) part. Quad-core parts could also be carved out of this silicon, with their TDP rated at 65W for the non-K (multiplier-locked) parts. AMD Ryzen 7 1700 eight-core chip with unlocked multipler is rated at 65W. Intel will follow up on its first-wave of "Coffee Lake" chips with additional quad-core and dual-core parts in Q1-2018, besides other 300-series chipsets (likely the H370 and B350).

     
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    Wish they'd make up their mind.
     
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    The linus rant on the behaviour is worth a watch :)
     
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    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    History with Intel very strongly suggests not to expect your new CPU to work in an old socket...
     
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    Delgada89 Notebook Consultant

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    That rant was pretty intense. He gets butt blasted quite a bit but that was one for the ages also those mobos made me laugh so much.
     
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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    Not really for the moment, it will be nice for content creators and the like who want to be on the move though. Hopefully games continue to be better threaded to.
     
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