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I'm wondering if the issue with Sandy Bridge mother boards may actually extend to prior 1156 platform motherboards because my Sata connected devices are like disappearing randomly, after just 7 months this problem started occurring, anyone know?
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SB is so awesome that if youre not careful OC'in it can create a mini rift in the local time-space allowing the P67 chipset to travel back in time and somehow embed into your P55
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SB is so awesome that if youre not careful OC'in it can create a mini rift in the local time-space allowing the P67 chipset to travel back in time and somehow embed into your P55
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I'm wondering if the issue with Sandy Bridge mother boards may actually extend to prior 1156 platform motherboards because my Sata connected devices are like disappearing randomly, after just 7 months this problem started occurring, anyone know?
lol no, they are not the same issues.
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they reused the ICh10R SATA3G channel, and forgot to disable some transistors, so they are being overvolted. Intel is cheap when it can be.
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So what is the outcome for a person like me who wants to by SB? all my HD are SATA II
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So what is the outcome for a person like me who wants to by SB?
im in the same boat. all we can do is wait
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So what is the outcome for a person like me who wants to by SB? all my HD are SATA II
sataIII is backwards compatible, so no issue there
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sataIII is backwards compatible, so no issue there
this. I have my two sataII drives plugged into the two sataIII ports so I dont have to deal with the problem. Have a dvd drive on the sataII... but its not like i use that anyhow
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We are missing the point , using SATA III wont solve the issue that the chipset is crap and need to be replaced. for those who can wait lets wait!!!
Edited by zorg1983 - 2/3/11 at 12:00pm
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