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Im just about to drop the hammer on a i5 2500k / Asrock fatal1ty p67 build for a friend, from the reviews iv'e seen the board performs really well and has little known bugs compared to say the asus p8p67 series motherboards.

Is there anybody here using this board if so how is your rig doing? and what problems have you encountered?
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NO!, lol Intel just said P67 chips are defective! Wait until chipsets are updated!

http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/31/i...ments-stopped/
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Originally Posted by JedixJarf View Post
NO!, lol Intel just said P67 chips are defective! Wait until chipsets are updated!

http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/31/i...ments-stopped/
Don't have a heart attack bro. Almost everything is pulled from stock everywhere anyways..
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It depends on what you're using it for doesn't it? This defect doesn't seem to be affecting everyone.
 
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It depends on what you're using it for doesn't it? This defect doesn't seem to be affecting everyone.
Well it affects the sata 2 ports lol. Just means by design the sata 2 ports are going to degrade pretty quick within the chipset.
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NO!, lol Intel just said P67 chips are defective! Wait until chipsets are updated!

http://www.engadget.com/2011/01/31/i...ments-stopped/
The AsRock Fatal1ty/Extreme6 (layout is identical, LOL) has 6 SATA III ports which are NOT DEFECTIVE, only the connection to the (legacy, LOL) SATA II ports has a 5-15% chance of faltering within the next 3 years
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Well it affects the sata 2 ports lol. Just means by design the sata 2 ports are going to degrade pretty quick within the chipset.
Intel says OVER A THREE YEAR PERIOD.. I hardly call that "pretty quick"..
You also have to option of getting a separate sata controller, And then using the 2 onboard Sata 3 connections.. Or use the Sata 2 connections as well and not worry, as the problem only affects 5-15% of chips...

Why dont you guys stop freaking the ____ out. .
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well if they are faulty why not just use the sata III ports only? seeing asthough there's plenty on this board.

apart from iminent danger of the sata2 ports exploding is there any other reason this board would not make a good buy, i must admit it is rather good looking.
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The AsRock Fatal1ty/Extreme6 (layout is identical, LOL) has 6 SATA III ports which are NOT DEFECTIVE, only the connection to the (legacy, LOL) SATA II ports has a 5-15% chance of faltering within the next 3 years
Thats what i thought but he is practically sold on the looks of the fatal1ty alone
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well if they are faulty why not just use the sata III ports only? seeing asthough there's plenty on this board.

apart from iminent danger of the sata2 ports exploding is there any other reason this board would not make a good buy, i must admit it is rather good looking.
Not that I can think of... Asrock is now the #3 board company in the world. The board ( other than my own opinion of it looking tacky ) looks solid..
I wouldn't hesitate about its reliability.
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