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post #51 of 89
DiNet, why is it so hard for you to believe that a review sample shipped out with a defect? Nowhere did he say it happened with more than one board, either. I think you're reading into this too much. Also, you can clearly see bent/damaged pins without a magnifying glass.

This is what happened: Mia received a review sample and it had some burned pins. He then blogged telling owners to check theirs and stated that he hopes this isn't the same Foxconn issue that some P55 boards had.

No need to get all worked up.
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post #52 of 89
well did he really receive it in that shape? i bet it was probably they checked to see the board works, and then whoever the tech was that took the CPU out damaged the pins, or maybe that board was overused or maybe it was a defect and no one took note. **** happens.
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post #53 of 89
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Originally Posted by xxbassplayerxx View Post
DiNet, why is it so hard for you to believe that a review sample shipped out with a defect? Nowhere did he say it happened with more than one board, either. I think you're reading into this too much. Also, you can clearly see bent/damaged pins without a magnifying glass.

This is what happened: Mia received a review sample and it had some burned pins. He then blogged telling owners to check theirs and stated that he hopes this isn't the same Foxconn issue that some P55 boards had.

No need to get all worked up.

From his blog
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I received two motherboards from Gigabyte recently for testing, one P67A-UD4 and one P67A-UD7.
Yeah, i had bent pins on my mobo, easy to pick that.
It's just he wrote that it was hard to see them.
What bothers me, on purpose or not, he trashed company for nothing (at least for now). I was in similar situation, when somebody just droped few thing and said few things that aren't true and i almost got fired.
I'm and asus fanboy when it comes to mobos but, still don't think that GA is that terrible to send out defected items for review

My native isn't English, don't look into my posts as aggressive or trashy.

Also ts.
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“extreme conditions” and 24/7 use are very close together
huh?
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recently for testing
Board is out and selling, shouldn't be review?

I know i just might be reading into it too much.
Edited by DiNet - 1/17/11 at 12:09pm
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post #54 of 89
He received two boards, but only one has the burned pins.

I don't believe his goal was to trash Gigabyte. I think it was more to inform us overclockers to be on the lookout for burns if your board has a Foxconn socket. Since GB wasn't responding, I believe he also wanted the publicity so they would actually get back to him.

I don't think accidentally sending a defective board to a reviewer makes Gigabyte "terrible". For all we know, the board might actually work. However, he doesn't want to kill his chips just to check.
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post #55 of 89
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Originally Posted by xxbassplayerxx View Post
He received two boards, but only one has the burned pins.

I don't believe his goal was to trash Gigabyte. I think it was more to inform us overclockers to be on the lookout for burns if your board has a Foxconn socket. Since GB wasn't responding, I believe he also wanted the publicity so they would actually get back to him.
hmm yeah, sry, my bad there. I just looked into that evga forum link and there was about both of them.
About publicity... how does it look? Like a kid that starts crying when his parents don't buy him a toy?
I think he did this bad/soon, maybe cpu was given 5v vcore or they tried to see how long it will live without cooling? And now lots of ppl will be worried about new items they just bought, or will change their mind on that purchase.

EDIT: check in this http://www.overclock.net/hardware-ne...ga-1155-a.html
techpowerup say it happened to both
Edited by DiNet - 1/17/11 at 12:19pm
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post #56 of 89
The fact that this MIGHT even be a problem again, just really sucks. Unfortunately, its still just too early to tell and make a good judgement. I was considering doing a SB setup with a 2600K and a Gigabyte P67 board, but seems they like to use Foxconn sockets, so may have to take a step back here. I DEFINITELY overclock, so I would not want to chance ruining the board and/or processor.
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post #57 of 89
Well here is what is really happening, his motherboard is a defect or was defected, there is nothing wrong with the socket, because no one else has come forth and said we have a problem. i just talked with GB they said that they have checked with all their partners(reviews,beta testers, and others) and that no one is reporting this. I also talked to individual users from all over and they have been looking for this and cannot find it. They got back to him late b/c of CES. Anyways professional courtesy in the business is to wait for a response, even from your competitor, which he obviously overlooked. Maybe he just wants attention who knows, but socket burn is not a problem.

This coupled with the 1.35v SB death crap really makes it seems like that site is begging for attention, maybe its just a coincidence.
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Well here is what is really happening, his motherboard is a defect or was defected, there is nothing wrong with the socket, because no one else has come forth and said we have a problem. i just talked with GB they said that they have checked with all their partners(reviews,beta testers, and others) and that no one is reporting this. I also talked to individual users from all over and they have been looking for this and cannot find it. They got back to him late b/c of CES. Anyways professional courtesy in the business is to wait for a response, even from your competitor, which he obviously overlooked. Maybe he just wants attention who knows, but socket burn is not a problem.

This coupled with the 1.35v SB death crap really makes it seems like that site is begging for attention, maybe its just a coincidence.
I could definitely see it just being a one off manufacturing defect, but both samples (as the other thread reads) having similar issues just is either bad luck or a potential problem. I do not know the credibility of the original as I do not go to that site and also have no idea if the 1.35V vcore cap max is true or not... Untill someone runs one of the these processors 24/7 for over a year with 1.4+ vcore might be the way to tell...
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post #59 of 89
i read his initial problem i thought he only had it on the UD4 and it came that way. Either way he is the only person seeing this problem, so it could be his CPU, or it could be that he got a very old boards with older foxconn sockets. i have no idea what exactly his hardware is, but i do know that no one else is seeing this same thing happen.

There are many people who have been OCing these CPUs for almost a year now, you don't think they just test these chips for months do you.
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post #60 of 89
I got foxconn socket and no probs here. If it was a socket problem youd see ppl talking about it since the asus boards all got foxconns I believe.
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