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Old 3rd January 2013
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Default BSD and the Ivy Bridge chipsets: H77; Z77; Q77

Does anyone have experience with a BSD and the chipsets for Intel Ivy Bridge: H77, Z77 and Q77?

I am about to build a new server and one of my alternatives is using the Q77 chipset. However, I cannot find any information about if OpenBSD (my first choice) or FreeBSD (my second choice) supports it. Other BSDs can be of interest, but GNU/Linux is not really my cup of tea.
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