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Dude... your like 10 hours late to the club...
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post #412 of 608
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Originally Posted by gt12345 View Post
lol that's really stupid why would they lose money if those cpu sit on newegg warehouse shelf ???

and how come intel said on there page they're stop manufacturing current sandy bridge cpu at this moment? also intel said they will be releasing with B3 stepping end of february 2010?


*NEWEGG* would lose money because they have UNSELLABLE CPU's in inventory. They probably have NET terms (credit) with intel, so if not losing actual money then they lose buying power. Sheesh!
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lol still a different source, and i have a job.
sucks to be intel right now though.
    
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Originally Posted by h2olaf View Post
Damn i just picked up a 2500k and ud3p yesterday from mc. Debating whether to run this until gb does a recall later on or just return the combo.
I would return and wait... but I don't have the luxury to wait. I'll have to build/use my pc and wait until Asus does a recall on the MB to send in for replacement.
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I think Intel is doing this for PR, and for the sake of goodwill.
They know that there is a confusion in the market in terms of people having the lack of knowledge about the defect. Hence they are trying to send a msg that we will pull out everything that is relating to sandy bridge and correct our errors.
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http://www.anandtech.com/show/4143/t...point-sata-bug
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While Steve wouldn’t go into greater detail he kept mentioning that this bug was completely an oversight. It sounds to me like an engineer did something without thinking and this was the result. This is a bit different from my initial take on the problem. Intel originally characterized the issue as purely statistical, but the source sounds a lot more like a design problem rather than completely random chance.

If you have a desktop system with six SATA ports driven off of P67/H67 chipset, there’s a chance (at least 5%) that during normal use some of the 3Gbps ports will stop working over the course of 3 years. The longer you use the ports, the higher that percentage will be. If you fall into this category, chances are your motherboard manufacturer will set up some sort of an exchange where you get a fixed board. The motherboard manufacturer could simply desolder your 6-series chipset and replace it with a newer stepping if it wanted to be frugal.

Intel maintains that Sandy Bridge CPUs are not affected, and current users are highly unlikely to encounter the issue even under heavy loads. So far Intel has only been able to document the issue after running extended testing at high temperatures (in a thermal chamber) and voltages. My recommendation is to try to only use ports 0 & 1 (the 6Gbps ports) on your 6-series motherboard until you get a replacement in place.

OEMs and motherboard manufacturers are going to be talking to Intel over the next week to figure out the next steps. Intel plans to deliver fixed silicon to its partners at the end of February, however it’ll still take time for the motherboard makers to turn those chips into products. I wouldn’t expect replacements until March at the earliest.
Someone is getting fired for the oversight.
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I really don't see what the big deal is.

I have 4 perfectly usable SATA ports that will not degrade and the option somewhere down the road to RMA the board (when I am ready to sell it) and get a new replacement from Asus.
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I really don't see what the big deal is.

I have 4 perfectly usable SATA ports that will not degrade and the option somewhere down the road to RMA the board (when I am ready to sell it) and get a new replacement from Asus.
EXACTLY.

Thank Christ....a proper well-thought out post finally.
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I think this is the timezone where Aussies get the news. Because they were asleep when Intel made the announcement. Now its morningtime for Aussies.
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oh boy, we get a whole other round then
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