First motherboards based on the Intel 8 Series C2 arrive this July 29
Months before the release of intel Core microprocessors fourth generation “Haswell” was discovered that companions chipsets: 8 Series PCH “Lynx Point” had a bug in its USB 3.0 controller , serious thought problem solved via software updates, but apparently this did not remedy the problem completely .
While we do not doubt that successive versions of drivers for the Intel USB 3.0 minimize bug (which is detonated to “wake up” the computer from the power saving mode C3, causing USB 3.0 devices “no wake”, requiring be removed and inserted again to return to normal operation), no doubt for many is better to wait for the new Intel chipsets 8 Series c2 revision .
From Monday July 29, Intel will market their new motherboards reviews: DH87MC, DH87RL, DZ87KLT-75K, and DQ87PG DB85FL, which will be based on the Z87 chipset, H87 and B85 revision C2 (which can be identified using applications like CPU-Z mainboard tab, Southbridge field => Rev, where 04 corresponds to revision C1, while 05 corresponds to the new revision C2).
It is expected that other motherboard manufacturers also begin marketing their new motherboards and / or new revisions of them based on the new chipsets 8 Series “Lynx Point” revision C2.
It is still unknown whether change motherboard manufacturers free to current users of motherboards with the previous revision of the chipset, with one based on the new revision, or if solved this bug with new versions of drivers for Intel chipsets.
Link: Haswell-C2-stepping moederborden beschikbaar met vanaf 29 juli (Hardware.Info)
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