Windows 10: AMD 7th Gen Bristol Ridge and AM4, up to A12-9800, B350/A320 Chipset
AMD 7th Gen Bristol Ridge and AM4, up to A12-9800, B350/A320 Chipset
Over the last two weeks, AMD officially launched their 7th Generation Bristol Ridge processors as well as the new AM4 socket and related chipsets. The launch was somewhat muted, as the target for the initial launch is purely to the big system OEMs and system integrators, such as Lenovo, HP, Dell and others – for users wanting to build their own systems, ‘Product-in-Box’ units (called PIBs) for self-build systems will come at the end of the year.
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Hi. Just a quick question about my chipset. On my motherboard's manufacturer's website (GIGABYTE), there is an Intel INF Installation Version 10.1.1.8. However, I on Intel's website, the latest version of the Intel INF Installation Utility is...
Recently, due to some hardware failures, I had to replace my motherboard. I also decided to reinstall Windows 10.
When I went to install the chipset drivers (16.4.2 Crimson, 64-bit), the only things it wanted to install were graphics related. ...
Shall I download the chipset(Intel INF Installation) off my motherboard's (GA-H81M-DS2V) manufacturer's (GIGABYTE) website, or off Intel? Thanks.
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I have now done clean installs on two of my home network boxes.
Everything so far working fine. It installed generic drivers except for the
video card which are OEM.
Computer A is an ASUS motherboard, Computer B is an Intel