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I just found out who he is today, all i can say is that i hope he didn't write that crap on that same site about 1.35v as max SB vcore, because that is a joke. This on the other hand could be true, but i haven't seen it and nor have others with the same board the UD4 he saw it on. Considering only he is seeing it, it could be one of two things, either his board has a defect or its actually part of the socket hold down defect like he says. Foxconn did fix the problem as you saw many late model X58 boards with no problems with the foxconn socket, plus this is a whole new socket hold down.
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
So where are all the guys saying that SB mobos and chips could handle 1.5v 24/7 with no problems?

I knew it was too good to be true.
What the chips can handle and what a defective/damaged socket can safely deliver are completely unrelated things.

Also, it would be more of an issue of current draw (based on the leakage of a chip and the speed/load it's being run at) than voltage.

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This is why we should always cap a pic of the socket when you receive a new board.
Act immediately if you notice any damage at all.
Too many mobo rma's declined due to socket damage not created by the end user.
Agreed.
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glad i stumbled upon this thread. defiently getting the biostar TP67 then.
 
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Originally Posted by srsparky32 View Post
glad i stumbled upon this thread. defiently getting the biostar TP67 then.
sockets may be random and its not reassuring regarding the brand of the mobo..for sure there is a population of boards there with same brands but with different socket producers..
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Guess you don't know who Miahallen is. I've followed his overclocking exploits on the HWbot for years now. He wouldn't be the type to make stuff up or "look for attention" in this way...

I realize I'm a new member, but I've been lurking for much longer.
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FOR SURE!!!

Neither him, nor Gigabyte, would do this purposefully or make stuff up like that.
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Agreed. Mia is a great member if the OC community.

Check yourself before you wreck yourself

As simple as it could be.
Burned socket during tests, overvolting usage - yeah, ok, bad socket, crap board etc.
Burned socket on mobo sent out directly from manufacturer - ..... nah bs
Won't you make sure you send out part for a review/test in super-mega-uber good condition?

He claims receiving it on 6 jan. I think even most crap manufacturer would've answered by this time.
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Dude why the hate in this thread? Mia posted something to bring something to our attention. Rather than be attacked, he should be assisted. People should check their boards, submit information, volunteer to help. Attacking somebody with a reputation for submitting good work to a community is just rude. You aren't scoring any points here.


Just read this over at EVGA's forums:

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Hello,

the Socket burn issue that was seen on certain other boards of teh P55 lineup was a burn of a whole patch of the plastic due to poor contact of the VCC portion all in one area. what they are seeing here is a different thing all together.

This looks more like some pins were not making good contact and caused the few pins to overheat and the heads basically bent and broke off as you could see by the discoloring at the broken point..

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Dude why the hate in this thread? Mia posted something to bring something to our attention. Rather than be attacked, he should be assisted. People should check their boards, submit information, volunteer to help. Attacking somebody with a reputation for submitting good work to a community is just rude. You aren't scoring any points here.
I agree I am glad he brought it to our attention. At the same time I hope it was just a random one time thing and not a bad foxconn socket problem
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post #48 of 89
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Dude why the hate in this thread? Mia posted something to bring something to our attention. Rather than be attacked, he should be assisted. People should check their boards, submit information, volunteer to help. Attacking somebody with a reputation for submitting good work to a community is just rude. You aren't scoring any points here.


Just read this over at EVGA's forums:
I'm not trying to score any points. I don't care about who, why, when etc
And even more, i don't use GA at all, i dislike that manufacturer and I don't care if this will affect GA sales. And yet i find very difficult to believe that they sent him 2 (two) motherboards with same defect on them.
Even harder to believe that nobody had replied him in 10 days.
He claims burned pins are very hard to locate/see and yet he finds them upon receive. This could only mean he inspects all equipment with magnifier glass and huge amounts of light? I find that hard to believe either.
I just want to see facts, that is all. I would even want to see that they burn as hell, this would make me feel better about my CPU/mobo.


To your edit i would say only the same, where are all those pictures? Some sort of proof? I see only that his blog post is making fuzz, around what? Should i buy expensive board coz of that? Should i return all GA boards coz ppl will see this post and stop buying them?

That article for overclockers states about high voltages veto, and even so when they said they overvolted nothing happened. Making fuzz without proper testing or at least documentation of that defect is just absurd.

I see only written name in article and i see ppl already jumping to another boards.
If he did so much contribute to community he does know how he needs to document defects.
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Guys Guys. No need to argue over this. I would also like to say that GA may have shipped this without noticing. I am fairly sure that review samples are not put under a microscope first before shipping.

Its not a massive conspiracy. Just a QA mistake.
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Originally Posted by DiNet View Post
As simple as it could be.
Burned socket during tests, overvolting usage - yeah, ok, bad socket, crap board etc.
Burned socket on mobo sent out directly from manufacturer - ..... nah bs
Won't you make sure you send out part for a review/test in super-mega-uber good condition?

He claims receiving it on 6 jan. I think even most crap manufacturer would've answered by this time.
I have contacted my HQ and USA contacts at the company more than 5 times since then and always get a next day or day after response.

Review samples are heavily tested before shipping to ensure they work and don't exhibit problems, ASUS admits to this as well, they admit to OCing the board to make sure it can OC to certain lengths. There is no reason for them not to check for socket burn and so on and so forth. The whole point of a review sample is for the board to be in working condition for the person to be able to test and show off. Review samples are marketing, unless he is a beta tester his samples are getting throughly tested.
Edited by Sin0822 - 1/17/11 at 10:11am
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