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Old 11-17-2012, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default Compatibility of Athlon FX-62 with Asus tvm-m2v

please someone answer to this question (based on the experiences).
May this cpu work on that motherboard or not?

Motherboard: M2V-TVM
- Socket AM2 for AMDŽ Athlon™ 64 X2/ Athlon™ 64/ Sempron™
- VIAŽ K8M890 + VIAŽ VT8237R Plus

Cpu: Athlon Fx-62 (AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 ) or phenom X4
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both of these CPU use socket Am2.
According to the cpu-world.com Phenom X4 CPUs are manufactured in 940-pin micro-PGA package and can be used in both socket AM2 and socket AM2+ motherboards.
(http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K10/TYPE-Phenom%20X4.html)

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It will work.
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It will work.
Thank you for your response,
I wonder if regarding to the K10 technology of the Phenom X4.
If it works I will happy because I can upgrade my CPU (Athlon X2 4200+) to Phenom X4.
Please talk about which limitation may I confront with Phenom X4 installation on that mortarboard? For example: over heat, decrease HT, and ....
Please let me know more.
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You have to see the CPU compatibility list on the motherboard's manufacturer website to see if you can install the Phenom X4.
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You have to see the CPU compatibility list on the motherboard's manufacturer website to see if you can install the Phenom X4.
I visit the Asus website for compatibility and there is no phenom in that list.
Some expert in this issue says because the Phenom X4 use socket am2 , can be used on the motherboard with socket am2 like I Have.
I really want your experience about compatibility. Are you testing it?
in your opinion, do this work?
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http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM2/M2VTVM/#CPUS

It is not on the manufacturer's list, so it won't support.
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