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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-003-_-Product


Problem solved. With a band-aid solution!

Find me a better one!
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See if you can get a used board, or optimally, an old review/engineering sample that's still in good condition.

Ironically the A revision of the 6 series chips are fine, but none of these were put in production boards. The B revision is defective.
Having pretty bad luck finding revision A boards, but it seems that Amazon and ebay do still have a few. Some are even reasonably priced.

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I thought of another option for ya and it includes holding onto the CPU but even that route causes you to lose money. Man, that really sucks.
I was thinking originally about using the ram on a new system and holding the CPU until the new mobo's come out, but I would have to cough up the money for a mobo/CPU temporarily and that wouldn't happen until at least payday (the 10th). Hopefully, newegg reverses the charge quickly.
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Just in case anyone else is in this situation. I had my mobo (P8P67 Pro) die on me and I recieved an RMA number from newegg. I sent it in yesterday before the recall was announced. Originally, I was marked to recieve a replacement. When I called today, they very quickly said all replacements will be made into refunds....This is great (sarcasm) because I am getting my ram back and have the 2600K...but no motherboard and no easy way to get one. I will literally have to sell the chip and lose money just to be able to afford to go back to the setup I sold off to get SB.

If you RMA your board anytime soon, Do Not Expect To Get One Back.
Buy a new mobo from brick and mortar store, use it until the manufacturer offers replacements and then send that back in to get the revision.

You probably will still lose a bit of money by not buying off newegg or w/e but I'm pretty sure it wont be as bad as the money lost from selling the 2600k
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So yeah...kind of worried/pissed off right now. I'm not really sure what I should do. I sold my old parts to have the cash for this. I'm pretty much stuck having to ride this out. Kands solution of just buying a PCI to SATA card would work, right?
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A clever man (well accustomed in British law) would continue to use their PC as normal and if they note slow downs or problems outside of the warranty period, activate their rights under the SOGA 2002 to a repair/replacement as it was faulty at the time of manufacture.

Manufacturing errors are legally covered for up to 6 years, but you have to make damn sure that the problem is directly related to a dodgy SATA thing chip (or whatever is wrong here!).
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So yeah...kind of worried/pissed off right now. I'm not really sure what I should do. I sold my old parts to have the cash for this. I'm pretty much stuck having to ride this out. Kands solution of just buying a PCI to SATA card would work, right?
You only have 1 HDD and 1 ODD? Just use the SATA 6Gb/s ports for now.
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You only have 1 HDD and 1 ODD? Just use the SATA 6Gb/s ports for now.
Yup, I only use my 500GB Barracuda and the single SATA DVD drive.

So the 6GB/s ports aren't affected? I'm able to use regular SATA devices on those ports?
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Yup, I only use my 500GB Barracuda and the single SATA DVD drive.

So the 6GB/s ports aren't affected? I'm able to use regular SATA devices on those ports?
Yes and Yes.

There probably will be a recall... If you didn't buy yet, wait a week and see what the policy will be.
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So on my ASUS WS Revolution I have 4 Sata 6gb and 4 3gb Sata???

If so I think I will be ok for now

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/...rboard_review/
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