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That is great if you only have a burner and 1 HDD.

I have 3 HDDs, 1 SATA burner, 1 SATA dock port, as well as an eSATA PCI slot cover with 2 eSATA ports-all plugged in my machine. Of course, I don't have SB--but not everyone is a minimalist when it comes to mass storage.
Exactly, I game and do a lot of graphic and video work meaning I need plenty of storage. So, Im the same as you, but my problem is that if I have a fault within my SATA ports something isnt going to work 2 years down the line and thats not going to help me when im in the middle of a uni course.

Im glad there are some people here that understand that not everyone only uses 1 optical drive and one HDD.
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Funny how Intel's own statement does not mention anywhere that using SATA 6Gbps is safe.

:/

Is this confirmed? That using the SATA 3 is safe?
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Funny how Intel's own statement does not mention anywhere that using SATA 6Gbps is safe.

:/

Is this confirmed? That using the SATA 3 is safe?

Read this
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( 1/2 way down. Right above the big mobo photo)
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Read this
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( 1/2 way down. Right above the big mobo photo)
I already read that. They don't mention the source for that statement.


Intel's own statement does not mention this problem only affects SATA 2 ports, anywhere.
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Hmm, I hope I get an email from Newegg stating whats going to happen with this.
Other than that ive backed up and moved just my main drive and DVD drive to the faster ports.
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LOL totaly LOL LMAO

they are saying that sandybridge chipsets will only bring in 300 million. LOL from all the people on here that sidegraded i am sure it is gonna be alot larger than that. time to short INTC
People like you should not be allowed to use the internet. I know proper english/grammar is "LEIKOMGSOHARZ" but seriously.
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Well, as one of the first SB builders here on OCN, I'm not worried at all. I just spoke with the local shop I bought my Asus board from, they of course are aware of the recall and have pulled all the 1155 boards off the shelf.

I am on a list of customers they will contact when the new motherboards arrive, and will exchance over the counter with original packaging, or do a swap for customers free of charge if that's what they request. Those who ordered online may have to go through RMA with the board manufactureres, which is a bit more of a pain.

Unfortunate issue yes, minor inconvinience sure, but all in all it's far from a fail for Intel, or the board manufacturers. 6 months from now this will all be just a little peice of history.
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Wouldnt it be funny if Bulldozer has some sort of issue after what has been said in this thread! ZING!
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If I RMA the board, do I need to reinstall the drivers/OS on the new board?

I'm hoping the answer is no, since the board is the same, but I still want to make sure.
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I already read that. They don't mention the source for that statement.


Intel's own statement does not mention this problem only affects SATA 2 ports, anywhere.
Good point. Does anyone know where the statement of the SATA II ports being the only ones affected came from?
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