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post #11 of 21
Could anyone explain what the problem is? I didn't quite catch that.

Does the SATA connector just has a chance of failing?
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and that is why i ended up getting the cpus i did before sandybridge came out u never know the problems that are gonna occure this early on in the game.
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what problem is it exactly and which boards are affected
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Well at least it happened to Intel instead of AMD. Something like this would be the end of AMD as we know it.
AMD TLB bug ring a bell?
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Well at least it happened to Intel instead of AMD. Something like this would be the end of AMD as we know it.
theyd just sand the edges off.
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post #16 of 21
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Could anyone explain what the problem is? I didn't quite catch that.

Does the SATA connector just has a chance of failing?
It has nothing to do with the connector. The SATA controller is integrated directly onto the processor, and it is that unit that fails rapidly, like inside of a month. People will end up blaming their hard drives, rather than a shoddy defective processor which doesn't make the grade.
post #17 of 21
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It has nothing to do with the connector. The SATA controller is integrated directly onto the processor, and it is that unit that fails rapidly, like inside of a month. People will end up blaming their hard drives, rather than a shoddy defective processor which doesn't make the grade.
The SATA controller is part of the chipset, not processor.
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I have an Asus P8P67 Deluxe. It has four SATA 2's and four SATA 3's(2 used by Intel's PCH and 2 by third party Marvel controller)

Is it safe for me to use the SATA 3 connectors via the Intel PCH? or are they referring to the third party controller?
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post #19 of 21
wow 1 bil ><

fail engineer fail!
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post #20 of 21
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It's just occurred to me, that now is an epic time to buy Intel stock. No way are they going to go bust, the only way is up!
"Epic"? No...the stock is only down 1.5% (33 cents) for the day as I write this. But it is a dip, which is as good a time as any to enter into INTC if you want to invest there. But it's still right around the 20-day moving average, and well above its 200-day...not really a dip to be excited about, unless a) you think they're about to explode on the upside for some reason, or b) you're thinking long-term (5+ year), and are just looking for the "best" time to buy in.
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