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Yea, because 0.06% is a lot.
It is as far as stocks. Especially for 1 day.
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Do we return our boards to newegg or what? What happens from here?
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When your talking about billions it is.
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Do we return our boards to newegg or what? What happens from here?
You wait, keep in touch with the manufacturers of your board. I'm quite positive they will do a manufacturer wide recall.
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Thanks, +rep
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You wait, keep in touch with the manufacturers of your board. I'm quite positive they will do a manufacturer wide recall.
This ^^^

Your motherboard manufacturer won't even get the replacement chips for a while yet, they'll organise their own recalls when they have a decent supply of the fixed boards. Until then, don't panic, and carry on enjoying your SB rig.
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I hope AMD uses this opportunity to remind us that Bulldozer actually still exists, if not drop some details. Now is as good of a time as ever, I would think.
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Looks like their stock closed just short of where it started?

-0.28% is huge though, thats like a half a cent according to the stock price.
    
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post #19 of 21
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They won't have to push 1156 too hard, there's plenty of them out there. Add in the fact that 1156 is still a darned fine performing socket, especially when paired with the i7 8x0 or i5 760.
...I had purchased a brand new Gigabyte P55 UD3R for only $56 from MicroCenter today
post #20 of 21
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I don't see them pushing 1156. My money says that Intel just tries to power through the issue to a fix at market.
Well, it's been six months and I was impressed with Intel's integrity on this. They jumped on the problem to find out what it was and issued a recall in days.

How many of you can mention more than one hard drive company that knew they had bad drives and just denied it and kept selling them?

Some might think there's a difference but there are lots of differences in many companies and honorable decisions are always such a great thing to see. Consider how many companies just pretend their products don't have problems.

Kudos to Intel for not hesitating even though they knew it would cost them a billion dollars.

I was very impressed, both with their speed to find the source of the problem and the quickness to issue a recall completely at their own expense. It's refreshing to see a company act with integrity.
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