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it is a circut breaker/fail safe that prevents companys from getting smashed into the ground by panic and short sellers.
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I think this is a regular halt due to news or events pending as most companies do. Circuit breaker is on only when the ask price is 10% or more below the last one in very short period.
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I feel bad for all of the mobo companies.
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Now that intel has "silicon fixed" the chipset should i be hesitant to move into ivy when it is release or do you think that they will not let this kind of error/overlooking happen again?
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Yea intel will get hit pretty hard but the smaller guys like EVGA will get hit really hard. I'm thinking even Gigabyte, ASUS and MSI will get hurt because of this.
    
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Intel said they will work with OEMs (i.e. Dell, HP, etc.) to replace/repair the board. I hope this "recall" will apply to board partners like ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, etc. It would be terrible if retail motherboards that we bought are not replaced.
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Here is a LINK, about this on Reuters...

Since the OP and no one else bothered to actually RESEARCH, and POST A LINK that verifies this.

However, Reuters did, post their article about 15 minutes before I made this post, so likely their article did not exist when the OP started.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...70U4DH20110131

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(Reuters) - Intel Corp cut its first-quarter revenue forecast by $300 million on Monday because of costs associated with correcting a design flaw it discovered in one of its chips.

Intel said it had stopped shipments of the chip, which is used in PCs with the company's latest generation Sandy Bridge processors, and had implemented a fix. It estimated the total cost to repair and replace the chip at about $700 million.

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Crap, does this affect all P67 boards?
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Crap, does this affect all P67 boards?
Yes, because they all use the same defective SATA controller/ports.
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Originally Posted by manchesterutd81 View Post
well now thats why im a AMD fanboy... lol but seriously i hate to hear they are having issues so early in the shipments... intel is known for really testing things before sending them to the masses... guess they wanted to get it to market before AMD but this is a small bump in the road im sure for them

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