[其他] i5-8xxx CPU 可以裝 windows 7 嗎

有人話 i5-8xxx CPU 只可以裝 windows 10 , 裝唔到 windows 7

其實係咪真係唔可以 ?

無driver.

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本帖最後由 anon893 於 2018-2-28 12:31 編輯

Simply put, some people just want to push certain boundaries to the limits, such as what OP has suggested

I'd say, if you need w7 support, go harvest some older config hardware eg. series 6 (or earlier) chipset and corresponding MBs

Some might have had success installing w7 on series 7 chipsets but that doesn't mean there won't be future problems in the long run

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無driver.
housing 發表於 2018-2-26 14:33


即係所有硬件 network , display 都用唔到 ?

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本帖最後由 housing 於 2018-2-26 23:36 編輯
即係所有硬件 network , display 都用唔到 ?
peterchu1 發表於 2018-2-26 21:07


Yes, at least there's no official Intel display driver for Win7.

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唔係裝唔到既
好似裝完會係咁prompt alert話unsupported hardware
同埋冇官方driver

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有人話 i5-8xxx CPU 只可以裝 windows 10 , 裝唔到 windows 7

其實係咪真係唔可以 ? ...
peterchu1 發表於 25/2/2018 23:15


想安裝 Windows 7?應該可以做到,但問題是,底板硬件沒有提供 Windows 7 的驅動程式,所以即使安裝成功,也沒法使用。

我建議如果你想買新電腦而想繼續使用 Windows 7,就買 Ryzen CPU(不是新的 Ryzen G),配一張 A320 / B350 / X370 底板及一張可以在 Windows 7 使用的顯示卡,就應該可以繼續使用 Windows 7 了。我自己的其中一部電腦最近升級到 Ryzen 5 1600X + X370 底板,並繼續使用 Windows 7 及 8.1。

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Simply put, some people just want to push certain boundaries to the limits, such as what OP has suggested.

I'd say, if you need w7 support, go harvest some older config hardware eg. series 6 (or earlier) chipset and corresponding MBs.

Some might have had success installing w7 on series 7 chipsets but that doesn't mean there will be future problems in the long run.
anon893 發表於 26/2/2018 14:44


I think you mean "that doesn't mean there won't be future problems in the long run", correct?

You can still install Windows 7 (and 8.1) on Intel 100/200 series motherboards paired with a 6th generation Core CPU (Skylake). You can also install and run Windows 7 (and 8.1, I have verified this myself) on AMD Ryzen motherboards and CPUs (not the new Ryzen G). AMD still provides chipset drivers for Ryzen on Windows 7.

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I think you mean "that doesn't mean there won't be future problems in the long run", correct?

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Jamesbond007 發表於 2018-2-27 08:12 PM

My bad...
Yes, post has been corrected per your comment

I know "Skyfall" on 100/200 chipsets still has some w7 support, but I don't like to modify the w7 installation media (adding xHCI drivers etc. etc.), so original native support (z97, x99 or before) is still 王道
Also I heard that there may still be some minor problem with the system (close pal told me but no specifics were given)

Ryzen on w7... yes some EPC user has pointed that out, but it's probably short-lived (at least on the Ryzen G you've mentioned)
Good thing is that AMD still has the capability to support w7; bad thing is that Micro$uck(d1ck) won't let so in the long run

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I know "Skyfall" on 100/200 chipsets still has some w7 support, but I don't like to modify the w7 installation media (adding xHCI drivers etc. etc.), so original native support (z97, x99 or before) is still 王道.
anon893 發表於 28/2/2018 12:38


If you were to install Windows 7 on a Skylake (or Ryzen, by the way) system, yes, most likely you will have to modify the Windows 7 installation media to add USB drivers.

But if, like me, you are trying to load a Windows 7 system that had been running on an older system on a Ryzen system, say, and the motherboard has a PS/2 port (like my Gigabyte AX370-Gaming 5), then you can use a PS/2 mouse to control the mouse cursor in Windows 7, and after installing the chipset and USB drivers you can then use USB keyboards and mice.

Of course it is best to have official support, which is why my two main machines running Windows 7 and 8.1 are using X99 hardware.

Ryzen on w7... yes some EPC user has pointed that out, but it's probably short-lived (at least on the Ryzen G you've mentioned).

Good thing is that AMD still has the capability to support w7; bad thing is that Micro$uck(d1ck) won't let so in the long run.


I agree with you that Windows 7 support on the Ryzen platform will probably be short-lived. Since Ryzen G does not have Windows 7 support, at least officially, I don't expect to see official Windows 7 support on the second generation of Ryzen CPUs and motherboards, supposedly to be released soon.

But is it possible to have Windows 7 support if I choose to use a X470 motherboard (second generation Ryzen chipset), say, but paired with a first generation Ryzen CPU, similar to the case when there is Windows 7 support if I use an Intel 200 series motherboard but pair it with a Skylake CPU? That's the question I would like an answer to.

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