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Discussion in 'CPUs and Overclocking' started by adamantinepiggy, Jan 5, 2011.
So does the Sandy Bridge and/or P67 chipset support ECC memory?
According to Intel, not really.
Looks like there won't be much of a budget market for Sandy bridge server.
It says here: http://embedded.communities.intel.c...-will-match-embedded-application-requirements
That embedded versions based on mobile chips and higher end chips based on Xeons would support ECC.
So does anyone know when a Xeon flavored version of the Sandy Bridge CPUs and chipsets will be released?
They should be releasing SB Xeons within the next couple months, with faster iterations (and newer socket) in the latter half of this year.