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What drivers to install for chipset B65?

Windows should automatically download chipset drivers. Here is the Download Center page for Core i7 2600 https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/52213/Intel-Core-i7-2600-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-3-80-GHz-

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just installed a fresh copy of Windows 10 on my i7-2600 Sandy Bridge computer. However I'm very confused as to what drivers to install. When I use the search option on Intel's downloadcenter I don't see any chipset drivers nor do I see any drivers which are compatible with Windows 10 64-bit. What drivers do I download?

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IS there a particular platform feature that isn't working right now that you need the drivers for? I've only ever needed to install them on business-class machines with Q-series chipsets in order to enable all the intel vPro stuff for manageability.

 

If everything you expect to work works out of the box, I wouldn't install anything.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Tabs said:

IS there a particular platform feature that isn't working right now that you need the drivers for? I've only ever needed to install them on business-class machines with Q-series chipsets in order to enable all the intel vPro stuff for manageability.

 

If everything you expect to work works out of the box, I wouldn't install anything.

I thought you were meant to download and install drivers manually. But I guess Windows 10 does it automatically now. Whatever.

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Just now, happeewormy said:

So I don't have to download any Ethernet or audio drivers?

Nope windows should auto download those. What is your motherboard?

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Just now, Ryois said:

Nope windows should auto download those. What is your motherboard?

Alright fine! I don't know the modelnumber of my motherboard as the only thing device manager shows is: Standard SATA AHCI Controller.

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