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am glad Iam on P55
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Originally Posted by enri95 View Post
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.

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Originally Posted by SirJamesD View Post
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.
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This is from scan.
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31/01/2011
We have been advised by Intel that there may be a potential issue regarding Sandy Bridge and the P67 Chipset.
There is considered to be no immediate threat, and Intel urges customers not to panic or be alarmed, as this is, at this stage, considered to be a precautionary measure.
Scan are in discussion with Intel as to the finer details of the issue, and at present there is no need for customers to return products, and this will continue to be the case until such time as Intel advise on any necessary course of action.
In light of these events, Scan have decided to temporarily suspend all shipment of Sandy Bridge architecture until further notice.
All customers will be contacted over the next few days with regard to the current situation, once we have received a definitive Returns Procedure from Intel, should this be the case.
At present, there is no immediate threat / danger / risk of damage to CPUs, Motherboards or Systems, and we urge that customers continue to use their systems normally for the time being.
Any required replacements will be handled efficiently, and any further updates will be announced via the homepage on the Scan Website.
At this time, we would request that customers do not contact us with regards to this issue, as we are of course fully aware, and will publish all information as we have it via our website.
If there are any OTHER issues with regards to reporting problems with 3XS Systems, then of course still do so in the usual way, however please avoid contacting us regarding this particular issue as it just swallows up resources on fielding calls, where the information has already been made available via our website, and we will continue to inform of any updates ongoing etc.
Any replacement parts will have their warranty period commence from the date that the replacement is shipped, therefore giving full warranty on the NEW part.
this is really sad, as I wanted to upgrade to sandy bridge by the end of this week >.>
Guess bulldozer it is!
post #194 of 449
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Originally Posted by pursuinginsanity View Post

I'm seeing Biostar, Intel, ASrock, Asus, MSI.. etc etc? Confusing why they're not all pulled yet.
Really? Because I click on it and I get:

"We apologize for the inconvenience, but the item you are looking for has been deactivated. Here are some similar products that you may wish to consider"
    
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Intel has said that neither the drives nor the data on them should be affected. I don't see any reason to assume otherwise at this point.
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EDIT* ^ you answered my question before I asked it. You have ESP?


Sorry if this was asked/answered already but is there any chance that it will harm the devices that are plugged into these ports (ssd's/hd's/etc)? Or the device will just start running slower & slower till the port dies but not effect them?
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People who are using 6Gb/s ports should not worry at all
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Sorry if this was asked/answered already but is there any chance that it will harm the devices that are plugged into these ports (ssd's/hd's/etc)? Or the device will just start running slower & slower till the port dies but not effect them?
No it wont, intel have already commented on that.
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If it hasn't been added, here's the link from TechPowerUp

http://techpowerup.com/139575/Intel-...s-Stopped.html
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