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lol broken lol broken

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another question since gigabyte post their official statement saying we can exchange for board or get a refund at April do you guys think asus would do the same?
Link, please? Your English...
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Link, please? Your English...
sorry man my hands are cold, therefore i forget about comma and periods lol
too cold here in canada minus 50 and no heat cuz too poor u mad?

1) Gigabyte has stopped shipment to and recalled any unsold 6-series B2 motherboards from distributors and dealers.

2) Any Gigabyte 6-series B2 motherboards that have already been sold will be accepted back for replacement with a B3 board, regardless of condition. I asked Gigabyte if this meant that non-working boards could also be returned, Gigabyte said yes - all eligible 6-series models with B2 stepping chipsets will be accepted back.

Elligible Gigabyte 6-series Motherboards:

GA-P67A-UD3 GA-P67A-UD3P GA-P67A-UD4 GA-P67A-UD5 GA-P67A-UD7
GA-H67MA-D2H GA-H67MA-UD2H GA-H67A-UD3H GA-H67M-D2 GA-H67M-UD2H

3) Gigabyte says that it should have 6-series B3 chipsets in April.

4) The replacement program will happen at the dealer/distributor level. You will have to exchange your board at the location you purchased it from.

5) Customers can either exchange their board (you'll have to wait until April for this to happen) or you can get a full refund sooner (immediately?). Gigabyte recommends going the refund route as that gives you more flexibility for what you want to do next.

6) The replacement board you get will be a brand new motherboard based on the B3 chipset. Gigabyte isn’t ready to disclose if there will be any new design features to these boards as well.

7) The cost of the product exchange will be handled by Intel and Gigabyte (presumably Intel is footing the entire bill).
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4146/g...cement-program
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sorry man my hands are cold, therefore i forget about comma and periods lol
too cold here in canada minus 50 and no heat cuz too poor u mad?

1) Gigabyte has stopped shipment to and recalled any unsold 6-series B2 motherboards from distributors and dealers.

2) Any Gigabyte 6-series B2 motherboards that have already been sold will be accepted back for replacement with a B3 board, regardless of condition. I asked Gigabyte if this meant that non-working boards could also be returned, Gigabyte said yes - all eligible 6-series models with B2 stepping chipsets will be accepted back.

Elligible Gigabyte 6-series Motherboards:

GA-P67A-UD3 GA-P67A-UD3P GA-P67A-UD4 GA-P67A-UD5 GA-P67A-UD7
GA-H67MA-D2H GA-H67MA-UD2H GA-H67A-UD3H GA-H67M-D2 GA-H67M-UD2H

3) Gigabyte says that it should have 6-series B3 chipsets in April.

4) The replacement program will happen at the dealer/distributor level. You will have to exchange your board at the location you purchased it from.

5) Customers can either exchange their board (you'll have to wait until April for this to happen) or you can get a full refund sooner (immediately?). Gigabyte recommends going the refund route as that gives you more flexibility for what you want to do next.

6) The replacement board you get will be a brand new motherboard based on the B3 chipset. Gigabyte isn’t ready to disclose if there will be any new design features to these boards as well.

7) The cost of the product exchange will be handled by Intel and Gigabyte (presumably Intel is footing the entire bill).
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4146/g...cement-program
Thank you for the info! NO money for heating but a brand new 2600k is in your new computer? I do not like number 4 (big PITA), people will have to wait until May and prices will have to drop. I would rather get my money back now.
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lol but it works !!! Nothing wrong if you don't use sata2 ports. why refund it? I just can't wait to get a new mobo since i sort of made mine inperfect.
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sorry man my hands are cold, therefore i forget about comma and periods lol
too cold here in canada minus 50 and no heat cuz too poor u mad?

1) Gigabyte has stopped shipment to and recalled any unsold 6-series B2 motherboards from distributors and dealers.

2) Any Gigabyte 6-series B2 motherboards that have already been sold will be accepted back for replacement with a B3 board, regardless of condition. I asked Gigabyte if this meant that non-working boards could also be returned, Gigabyte said yes - all eligible 6-series models with B2 stepping chipsets will be accepted back.

Elligible Gigabyte 6-series Motherboards:

GA-P67A-UD3 GA-P67A-UD3P GA-P67A-UD4 GA-P67A-UD5 GA-P67A-UD7
GA-H67MA-D2H GA-H67MA-UD2H GA-H67A-UD3H GA-H67M-D2 GA-H67M-UD2H

3) Gigabyte says that it should have 6-series B3 chipsets in April.

4) The replacement program will happen at the dealer/distributor level. You will have to exchange your board at the location you purchased it from.

5) Customers can either exchange their board (you'll have to wait until April for this to happen) or you can get a full refund sooner (immediately?). Gigabyte recommends going the refund route as that gives you more flexibility for what you want to do next.

6) The replacement board you get will be a brand new motherboard based on the B3 chipset. Gigabyte isn’t ready to disclose if there will be any new design features to these boards as well.

7) The cost of the product exchange will be handled by Intel and Gigabyte (presumably Intel is footing the entire bill).
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4146/g...cement-program
Asus better handle it as good as gigabyte looks to be.
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Thank you for the info! NO money for heating but a brand new 2600k is in your new computer? I do not like number 4 (big PITA), people will have to wait until May and prices will have to drop. I would rather get my money back now.
wouldnt the money u get back be the same as what your receipt/ invoice says?
    
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BEtter yet ASus should offer Z68 equivalent for exchange !

btw anyone know what so good about z68?
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That's awesome for Gigabyte. I hope all other brands, Asus included come up with something just as good. I also hope they fix any of glitches in specific boards while there at it since we know most come out with Rev.1 Rev2. Rev3 etc etc
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BEtter yet ASus should offer Z68 equivalent for exchange !

btw anyone know what so good about z68?
Z68 is like P67 with support for built-in graphics (P67 and H67 combined)

Can anyone help me with the problem i posted a few pages back?
I can't get my iphone to work with the BT GO feature from ASUS...
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wouldnt the money u get back be the same as what your receipt/ invoice says?
Yes it would but I doubt SB will cost the same when it comes back. I really went overboard with SB.
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