Upgrading CPU for a card mother GL - 8 Cleveland

Hello

Knowing more or less how to navigate a few availlable information about CPU, MoBo, etc., I was wondering if I could get a good deal on a new processor for my desktop HPE-532fr.

The Mobo is a GL-8 Cleveland (Aka Pegatron Corp 2AB6) with Socket LGA 1155. I have an I7 Sandy Bridge 2600

What audit Ark Intel site, I see that a core of Ivy-bridge could in theory has a H67 Chipset, I'd be interested in putting an Ivy 3770 (with a lower than the Sandy 2600 TDP), here is a comparison of my current CPU and possible:

http://Ark.Intel.com/FR/compare/65719, 52213

(1) the existing Bios HP would work with it? A new Bios (designed for a "3rd generation Core ' MoBo used by HP? sthing else?)

(2) because the Ivy is 22 nm while Sandy is 32, which results in general form factor problem (conduction of heat from bad through the thermal paste?)

(3) the 3770 can manage up to 32 GB of memory (DDR3 1600 Mhz PC3 12800), would be - this (speed, memory max) work on the Cleveland and with what BIOS?

(4) most important: in addition to the memory upgrade (if any?) Worth the increase in performance of the dispute?

Thank you in advance! Best place for support

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Berkut, welcome to the forum.

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