Originally Posted by enri95
lmao at people buying $300 mobos hahaha...
I wouldnt worry about this all, well not me at least
most mobos carry 3 year waranty
What part of "impacting the performance or functionality of SATA-linked devices such as hard disk drives" don't you understand? It's your HDD/SSDs that are truly at risk here, and most importantly, the data stored on them.
If you ignore the recall now, don't be surprised if Samsung/WD/OCZ/Intel denies an RMA later on their HDDs/SSDs. RMA or no, you still won't get the data back.
Originally Posted by SirJamesD
The entire P67 lineup is now pulled by Newegg, except for a few ASRock holdouts from what I can see...
Yes it is perfectly fine to hook those into the 6Gb/s ports, but use the Intel ones if possible. The Marvell ports will lengthen your boot time
I'm seeing Biostar, Intel, ASrock, Asus, MSI.. etc etc? Confusing why they're not all pulled yet.
~For all those naysayers suggesting Intel won't replace these or those worrying about shipping.. Intel's already started a recall. They _will_ be replaced. Shipping costs are always up to the product manufacturer during a recall.