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Old 10-30-2011, 07:48 AM   #1
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Hi Friends,

This is rohan from Mumbai.

i am learning Linux these days.

Need your Help urgently......

i Planning to Purchase new Processor & Mother board.

Processor i will take INTEL I3 2100.

can you plz suggest me the Motherboard that will support this processor.

will appreciate your help.

Regards,
Rohan.
Mumbai.

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Old 10-30-2011, 08:18 AM   #2
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Any motherboard with socket LGA1155 will do the job.

By the way, the people helping on these forums are doing it voluntarily in their free time. Demanding urgent help is considered to be rude here. If you need urgent help then pay for your support.
 
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Old 10-30-2011, 11:12 AM   #3
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Any motherboard with socket LGA1155 will do the job.

By the way, the people helping on these forums are doing it voluntarily in their free time. Demanding urgent help is considered to be rude here. If you need urgent help then pay for your support.
Thank you for your Advice.
I am really Sorry about my Question that i mentioned Urgent in my Query.
I am new to this, so i didn't know about this, but i will be careful about this from next time.

i chose Intel I3 2100 processor.
but so much confuse about Motherboard do below board support RHEL 5?
1 - Intel DH61WW LGA1155.
2 - Gigabyte GA-H61m-S2P-B3 LGA1155.
3 - Intel DH67VR LGA1155.
4 - Gigabyte GA-H67MA-D2H-B3 LGA1155.
5 - Intel DH67BL LGA1155.

I dont have any idea will above boards support RHEL 5 or not.
on Intel Site above boards are not listed in Linux* support resources they dont have Drivers for RHEL same on Gigabyte.
Please can you help me to Select the Motherboard.
Which one do you think will work fine with RHEL5?

Thanks,
Rohan
 
Old 10-30-2011, 11:21 AM   #4
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Any motherboard with socket LGA1155 will do the job.

By the way, the people helping on these forums are doing it voluntarily in their free time. Demanding urgent help is considered to be rude here. If you need urgent help then pay for your support.
Thank you for your Advice.
I am really Sorry about my Question that i mentioned Urgent in my Query.
I am new to this, so i didn't know about this, but i will be careful about this from next time.

i chose Intel I3 2100 processor.
but so much confuse about Motherboard do below board support RHEL 5?
1 - Intel DH61WW LGA1155.
2 - Gigabyte GA-H61m-S2P-B3 LGA1155.
3 - Intel DH67VR LGA1155.
4 - Gigabyte GA-H67MA-D2H-B3 LGA1155.
5 - Intel DH67BL LGA1155.

I dont have any idea will above boards support RHEL 5 or not.
on Intel Site above boards are not listed in Linux* support resources they dont have Drivers for RHEL same on Gigabyte.
Please can you help me to Select the Motherboard.
Which one do you think will work fine with RHEL5?

Thanks,
Rohan
 
Old 10-30-2011, 12:27 PM   #5
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RHEL 5 is rather old, so I would guess that these motherboards aren't well supported by it. It may be better to go for RHEL 6, it has far better support for new hardware, but I don't know how well the newer Intel Chipsets (H6X, P6X, Z6X) are supported. It may be possible that you have to compile a custom kernel to get all the hardware to work.
 
Old 10-30-2011, 01:12 PM   #6
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RHEL 5 is rather old, so I would guess that these motherboards aren't well supported by it. It may be better to go for RHEL 6, it has far better support for new hardware, but I don't know how well the newer Intel Chipsets (H6X, P6X, Z6X) are supported. It may be possible that you have to compile a custom kernel to get all the hardware to work.
Thank you for your help & reply.
i am studying RHEL 5.7 and taking this as a carrier.
my teacher told me still people using 5.7 and RHEL 6 is not that much implemented.
Even me & my teacher is not sure about Intel 67 Chipset support for RHEL 5.7.
this is just my beginning. currently i am learning basics only so i dont think i can do compilation of custom Kernel.
i have to take help of some professional.

Thanks, Thanks a lot for the Help and your reply....

if you get info on this please share with me. it will be so helpful for me to choose Board.

Thanks a lot,
 
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Well, if you go for RHEL you already should have professional help, since you are paying for support, aren't you?
 
  


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