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Hyper V HA in Intel X5650 and E5520

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Hi,
I have Hyper V Server 2008 R2 SP1 Cluster,
Does any one tried do the Hyper V HA in Intel X5650 and E5520 , will they works?
if not , why , I have been told that Hyper V HA must be done in the same family .
if yes , can you supply some evidence please?
I have tried myself with a test windows that has been activated,

It works well during my test, but I still not quite sure cause some one said the in different family , that my corrupt the system and make it unrecoverable during the Live Migrating
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They just need to be same brand. I have cluster with 5100, 5300, 5500, and 5600 series processors. Hyper-V won't let you live migrate them if there is going to be a compatibility problem.  
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So you mean you have those families and live migration never problem?
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Never a problem as long as enable processor migration is enabled on the VM.
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but enable the Processor migration will reduce the VM performance?
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Well, it specifically means that the processor instructions that are available on the newer chips but not the older chips won't be available. I don't know if that actually affects my performance. My performance is good enough, and if it's ever slow, it is because of disk IO issues, not CPU, so I say that for me needs performance is good enough.
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