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post #1 of 52
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i seriously love how people never read the news properly

somehow sata2 port will degrade over time turned into: **** SANDY BRIDGE IS GONNA BLOW UP IN 2 days, and it only effect 99% of us. MUST RETURN FAULTY PRODUCT INTEL NEVER AGAIN.

AMD FAN BOYS: AHAHA intel sucks


seriously people? is it that hard to read like 10 lines of sentence and figure out *** is going on?



I think some people are over-reacting a bit... If you read a lot of the articles you'll see that it's a statistical issue and only a small percentage of the boards will even experience a problem. This isn't a reason to assume that all your SATA devices will be useless...

1) This only affects the four SATA2 ports, not any of the SATA3 ports. If you have an ASUS P8P67 for example then you still have 4 SATA3 ports that are totally unaffected and you can plug SATA2 devices into them since they're backwards compatible. Most people don't even have more than 4 SATA devices to connect so they won't even be affected.

2) Even if you do have more than 4 SATA devices to connect, your SATA2 ports aren't automatically broken now... most people won't see the problem at all, especially not any time soon. This is because only a portion of boards will eventually develop a problem and that number is expected to be 5-15%.

3) Those that experience the problem will see it come gradually over a long period of time where you device will begin to have slower transfer rates and eventually it will just stop showing up as a drive. The drive itself is still 100% undamaged, it's just the communication on the board that is affected and may degrade. For the vast majority of users, the time when the user will experience a noticeable drop in performance is likely much longer than the time it will take for a free recall or replacement to be available. The problem likely won't be noticeable for months or even years for most affected people. There will be a few unlucky people that have problems soon or even have already experienced some problems, but that's a very small percentage, which means it's unlikely to be you.


4) This is Intel's fault, but so far it seems they're handling it well and being completely honest about the situation. Some AMD fans see this news and go "AHA! Intel sucks! AMD will rise to the top!!!" etc... but is it really that big of a deal? The Sandy Bridge CPUs are still amazing and by far the best choice at the moment, this only affects one month of Sandy Bridge motherboards already purchased, and will bottleneck the sales of new ones for maybe another month, but in 3 months everything will be back to normal.

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Originally Posted by karkee View Post
One of the biggest distributors in belgium already started selling the mobos again, once the new mobos get released you can just go back to ur shop and get a new mobo and the other one gets a creditnote.

so im really gonna build my SB rig now

All alternate stores started to sell the mobos aswell
but newegg is not helping >.>




HALL OF FAME!

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Originally Posted by crossy82 View Post
I agree,lol,first they strip away fsb tweaking,then the thing that made SB so appealing to some was Quick Sync,and it cant even be utilized,they charge more for K version and make you buy the best onboard GPU only to find it is useless to a enthusiast thanks to the P67 fiasco.Then they tell people it will be fixed but the'll have to buy a Q67 motherbord.Now this,i was'nt a AMD fanboy,it was just in my pricerange at the time,but after all this FAIL,i'll never touch Intel ever.

oh,lol,theres the DRM rubbish too.If i'd brought any of this i'd be @-*"ing livid.

Intellol.


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Originally Posted by blostorm View Post
Get a refund. Intel is recalling all the sandy bridges and newegg stopped selling everything using Sandy Bridge and the Sandy Bridge chips
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Originally Posted by flashbulb View Post
it's over, intel is finished.
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Originally Posted by Nautilus View Post
OMG. I'm sad for SB users. They should ask for refund ASAP.
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
Glad I didn't buy into Sandy Bridge.

X58 chipset FTW.
*Cough nub detected

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Originally Posted by linskingdom View Post
My friend wants me to build him a SB rig, and he almost places an order this weekend. I have to tell him that SB has a ‘SB’ problem.
all i have to say is your friend missed out on a free motherboard upgrade and ultra fast 'SB' for 3 month

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Originally Posted by EvanPitts View Post
Good ole' Intel at it again, shoveling defects out of their plants, and knowing their stunts, there will be no "warranty", unless you prove that you need SATA for some mission critical application.

What a boost for AMD - expecially if they can get Bulldozer out the door, free of defects.
Again SB CPU = no Defect
Chipset != CPU

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Originally Posted by session_user View Post
So what do those users get to do with that awesome chip when they don't have a motherboard?

Sorry, but this recall = FAIL as in the platform was not ready for prime time, and imagine how the guys who put together a RAID 0 on the SATA controller are thinking this is a FAIL. I bet they are.

If you have to have your mobo RECALLED IT IS A FAIL. Get over it.
let see 'Fail' motherboard OC to 5ghz -check
download lots of porn on my 4tb hdd connected to sata 3 port -CHECK
I have longer epeen than you -check
you fail hard -Check, check and check~


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Originally Posted by Phoenixlight View Post
Well because AMD have never done this, they only release things they know for sure are going to work.

Edited by puffsNasco - 2/4/11 at 4:06pm
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post #2 of 52
Yep, too difficult. Better get the whole story out in no more than five words, or it's over.
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Like I said before "All the people making a big deal out of it are just mad because Sandy Bridge kicks their chips ass down the hall and back."
post #4 of 52
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LOL WELL SAID!!!!

i totally agree...

intel's press release should of said: tiny problem that only effect 3% of you. Will have new improved version for people to freely upgrade to. Have a nice Day!


instead design flaw, the word flaw means to people who do not read news " **** FLAW CRAPPY SANDY BRIDGE! SHOULD OF STICK TO MY AMD/X58. INTEL SO Sht, MUST RETURN/SELL TO GET RID OF "FLAW"

which can be fix by plug in ur drives into a sata3.. heck just buy like a sata 2 controller cost like dirty fix the problem.
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seriously people? is it that hard to read like 10 lines of sentence and figure out *** is going on?
Seriously, what's going on
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Seriously, what's going on
The Sandybridge architecture is a total bust. It will spontaneously combust, has huge security problems, and can't run crysis. I haven't actually read anything about it though.

Seriously though, there is a small problem with the chipset on the motherboards making the SataII ports have problems.
    
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I have been saying this all day , theres nothing to worry about .. youse are a bunch of wooses . IF something stuffs up , then rma ? it is seriously very unlikely for this to happen and u must be unlucky .
    
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The Sandybridge architecture is a total bust. It will spontaneously combust, has huge security problems, and can't run crysis. I haven't actually read anything about it though.

Seriously though, there is a small problem with the chipset on the motherboards making the SataII ports have problems.
It's not even that there is a small problem, it's that some of us might experience a small problem.

In about 3 years time they figure.
    
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Another thing i must add is , everyone clocking upto 5ghz and 1.5v on these chips is probably not contributing to this problem , i can see this stuffing up sata ports after long use ..
    
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Seriously though, there is a small problem with the chipset on the motherboards making the SataII ports have problems.
Seriously ...I know...just having a little fun before I tun in for the night
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