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ys it very easy to see it says foxconn on the back of the socket.
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At this point, any statement is purely assumption. It could very well be that this is an isolated incident. I for one do not believe that anyone is out to trash Gigabyte or Foxconn. The information given behind this incident is also sparse and sketchy. Sure, this can help us be aware of the situation, but no one should be jumping the gun.

The sky is by no means falling at this point. I'll remain adamant until more details are released.
    
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Yeah, I hope it's just a string of bad luck or something. I haven't personally seen any other complaints either, just seems odd of Gigabyte to send something out like that unless they didn't know as per it being an issue with Foxconn. From looking at the photos, I'd say it looks like abuse, but one cannot be sure with the information given.

I'm not holding anything against it, at this point, unless more cases arise.
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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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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.
One board, not both. Stupid article from stupid source interpreted it as both. Only UD4.

Should it happen to my friends, should i tell them there's no way warranty covering it? Anyone familiar with that 1156 socket problems? Curious as of how it's handled, that's not as it is some sort of physical damage and on other had it could be done via user error. So is it 50/50 when it comes to RMA with issue of this kind or they just decline?
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post #65 of 89
i think they accept it as long as there are no bent pins. i am not sure, the problem was with x58 LGA 1366 socket as well, but people like us wont see it only sub-zero OCers will because they will pull alot more current at 6ghz.

Either way even if this only happens under LN2 then idk how it could be, becuase SB doesn't really go to well with LN2, nor is anyone pushing 5.8ghz yet, so you can't pull that much current that people at 5.4-5.5ghz can pull.

That is what I thought 1 board the UD4, weird because the UD7 has the same socket.
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Ok so, first off. If they would send it i believe they would've checked it before? Or do you know any company that would want to damage their reputation on purpose? except ocz
If it's not that noticeable there's no way you noticed it without knowing what you're looking for. Or do you inspect all your stuff with magnifying glass upon receive? And if it is noticeable how it got sent out?
Pictures are even better...

I would accept the fact it is really socket 1155 and really burned and really sent out to you if at least it wasn't first week of release. And ofc if some lab would've proven that or get pins burned during test
publicity stunt, looking for attention, hmm yeah bs :/

Googling would show older picture with good chunk of mobo where still burned pins could be seen and judging by your macro shots you could've done that.
LMAO

You do realize he is a reviewer. Of course he is closely inspecting everything.

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My native isn't English, don't look into my posts as aggressive or trashy.
That is no excuse. You insulted him repeatedly. If you would like to wait for more verification post that. Socket burn on 1156 was not an issue for MOST people either. I have not seen this issue pop up alot yet on 1155, meaning this is possibly the first occurrence of this. Instead of attacking miah you could just not post at all.
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hes an OCer the reason they send him hardware is because he won GOOC 2009
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Just need some confirmation here. On the Gigabyte mobo, the bracket is Lotes while the socket is Foxconn...correct?
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its all foxconn I am pretty sure
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At this point, any statement is purely assumption. It could very well be that this is an isolated incident. I for one do not believe that anyone is out to trash Gigabyte or Foxconn. The information given behind this incident is also sparse and sketchy. Sure, this can help us be aware of the situation, but no one should be jumping the gun.

The sky is by no means falling at this point. I'll remain adamant until more details are released.
^^^ This ^^^

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Just need some confirmation here. On the Gigabyte mobo, the bracket is Lotes while the socket is Foxconn...correct?
That is correct
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