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Originally Posted by Hambone07si View Post
So both Intel and Marvel 6gb's are cool? Then I'm not worried. Microcenter told me that all the board needs is a firmware update and they will be fine. That's what their email said.
Intel P67 Chipset has two controllers.. A SATA 3 and a SATA 2. Only the SATA 2 is affected by this. So the Marvel, the SATA 3, and JMB ports are fine.
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From what i've read its not a firmware update its an actual silicone problem. New stuff isn't gonna be out until atleast April.

I wonder if some people are just gonna wait for Bulldozer now.
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Just to be safe, don't have any important data on the SATA 3Gbps ports. It would really be bad if some important project or precious data gets lost from hard drive corruption.

Intel PR says the drives only turn off and it is okay, but a lot of bad things can happen to drives that unexpectedly turn off.
All I do is game with my sig rig so I dont care really if anything would happen to the data. Worst case is I would spend a couple days re-downloading everything from steam.

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Intel is just trying to cover themselves, according to Intel a low population will ever even see this issue come to light. The only motherboards that should see this issue is those in the business area, which have heavy usage and data sensitivity.
Which is great that they found a flaw and are willing to fix it. Sucks for Intel though because its gonna cost them, but I'm sure they will make it back in no time. I mean come on whats $300 million to Intel? I think that would be the equivalent of pocket change to them.
 
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Which is great that they found a flaw and are willing to fix it. Sucks for Intel though because its gonna cost them, but I'm sure they will make it back in no time. I mean come on whats $300 million to Intel? I think that would be the equivalent of pocket change to them.
Definitely, It's easier to spend $1 Billion to correct the issue before it is an issue than to be spending $5 Billion later on in lawsuits because companies relied on Intel.
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Intel P67 Chipset has two controllers.. A SATA 3 and a SATA 2. Only the SATA 2 is affected by this. So the Marvel, the SATA 3, and JMB ports are fine.
Thanks dude. just got home and didn't read much. Ahh see your a ohio'n too

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yea i was planning on purchasing my i5-2500k build wednesday...but now most definiately will not. Time to rebuild with either the i7-950 or go amd.
go amd!
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Thanks dude. just got home and didn't read much. Ahh see your a ohio'n too

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Thanks A lot of people here are overreacting to a flaw that isn't presently causing any issues.
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Which is great that they found a flaw and are willing to fix it. Sucks for Intel though because its gonna cost them, but I'm sure they will make it back in no time. I mean come on whats $300 million to Intel? I think that would be the equivalent of pocket change to them.
They're actually estimating $1bil total cost. The $300 mil was just lost revenue.
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Not sure if this has been posted or not, just stumbled across it and thought i'd share it, and figured i would get a troll in at the same time... not that i really care as I run 1156

http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/31/i...ments-stopped/
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I use SataII for bulk storage. Do I really have to return the board? I would rather get a discount.
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