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Old Today, 7:51 AM   #286
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Sorry guys, do we know yet if z270 (and 170) will support 8700k ? I wonder if Intel would be that kind to us ....



Edit: kitguru says not .... Damn ...

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We are expecting the first ‘Coffee Lake’ CPUs to hit the DIY desktop market in 2018 but it seems those hoping to upgrade and keep their current motherboard may be out of luck. According to ASRock, Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake chips won’t support 200 series motherboards.
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Sorry guys, do we know yet if z270 (and 170) will support 8700k ? I wonder if Intel would be that kind to us ....



Edit: kitguru says not .... Damn ...
Unfortunately not, although they could surprise with a BIOS update I suppose. Doubt it though.
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