MYK X50 and i5/i7

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Paulo M
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MYK X50 and i5/i7

Postby Paulo M » Wed Aug 11, 2010 16:40

Users with Mykerinos MYK-X50 are advised to stay off upgrading their existing system to any i5/i7 platform.
More info about hardware (in)compatibility can be found in the Forum, Support section, here: viewforum.php?f=26

Can´t find the explanation for this in the forum. What does this mean? That people that bought the X50 can´t upgrade their system? Hummmm....
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Paulo M

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David Jacques
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Re: MYK X50 and i5/i7

Postby David Jacques » Mon Sep 06, 2010 17:51

Hi Paulo

Its currently under investigation.

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Re: MYK X50 and i5/i7

Postby AxL » Mon Nov 01, 2010 13:39

Is this still up to date?
There is no information about it there..
More info about hardware (in)compatibility can be found in the Forum, Support section, here:

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Re: MYK X50 and i5/i7

Postby ashok » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:13


Any news on this ? Is this still true with Pyramix 7 ?
What about the next Intel architecture named "Sandy Bridge" ?



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