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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130551
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Virtually every board I'm interested in is "deactivated"...or was...

So why are AsRock's boards still there...if I order one, will it be sent back to Intel, or shipped to me?
post #13 of 52
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Virtually every board I'm interested in is "deactivated"...or was...
newegg is not the only place that sells P67's
post #14 of 52
Ok, then which boards are you interested in, besides the EVGA and Sparkle which haven't been released.
post #15 of 52
ebay also has a crapload of P67's
post #16 of 52
Just wait a month or so. You are going to have to RMA in a month anyway. Might as well wait and not deal with RMA headaches.
post #17 of 52
Go with a cheap setup for now then upgrade to Bulldozer.
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post #18 of 52
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Just wait a month or so. You are going to have to RMA in a month anyway. Might as well wait and not deal with RMA headaches.
And how exactly might you know he will RMA?
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You are going to have to RMA in a month anyway. Might as well wait and not deal with RMA headaches.
There's no need to RMA at all...if I get the AsRock Extreme6, for instance, it has 6 SATA III ports....plunty for me.
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I can't...I don't have a MOBO yet...so where do I get one.

See my dilemna?
I would go with the maxiumus iv extreme mobo
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