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LethalRise- What board are you talking about? Is it a Motherboard or PCI slot board for your sata3 port? If it is a sata 3 port, that would mean one less PCIe slot for you sandybridge user. I never even stated the fact that i7-950 is better than the SandyBridge cpu set. Besides, I don't plan change overclock my cpu chip because I want a 20% speed improvment. I never once even hype about the i7-950.

anoob- lol your name saids it all.....

chuckclc- Simple, I don't feel like buying a 300 dollar plus chip set to only have to degrade my sata3 port slot. So therefore, my decision was correct on picking the i7-950.

Bitmonx- You may be happy but the rest of the people who are waiting for the Ivy bridge will probably be screwed endlessly because of the increase of cost that intel will probably increase due to mass recalls and free boards give away that sandy has.

SpeedNugget-Hey, I wasn't flaming. I just think that it is funny all these Sandy Owners aren't mad about this situation that intel has cause.


BTW, I didn't bother to spell check on my reply.
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LethalRise- What board are you talking about? Is it a Motherboard or PCI slot board for your sata3 port? If it is a sata 3 port, that would mean one less PCIe slot for you sandybridge user. I never even stated the fact that i7-950 is better than the SandyBridge cpu set. Besides, I don't plan change overclock my cpu chip because I want a 20% speed improvment. I never once even hype about the i7-950.
some retailers will give a pci.

Boo hoo, i have 3x pcie 1x and 2 pci slots. not going to miss them. its not like the port is going to take the second pcie 8x and its a CHOICE. the retailer will RMA the board OR give you the additional sata port.

the fact is you're "hype" about this issue is just stupid. its old news, and its not that bad (for the customer, pretty bad for intel stocks)
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anoob- lol your name saids it all.....
anoob made a better post than yours.

oh look, you're "zeheero", do you actually think that in the slightest, that name makes me think you're heroic?

you should have just written "cop out" as a response.
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chuckclc- Simple, I don't feel like buying a 300 dollar plus chip set to only have to degrade my sata3 port slot. So therefore, my decision was correct on picking the i7-950.
$300 chipset? ***?

the majority of p67 chipsets are ~200 or less.

the degrade is 5% of mobos affected over 3 years. With 2 6gb/s sata ports that are unaffected.

there is free cross shipping rma (for msi)

Sure i'm troubled that i have to take apart my rig and stuff again, but at least in a few months, i'll have gotten a brand new board.


lets analyze the 950 purchase:

you bought a cpu that is last gen which uses more power and has less IPC

less overclockability

an obsolete socket (which will not support any future cpus)

and you got the 1366 socket, whos motherboards really do run in the $300, along with a $300 CPU

Great choice there bro.

i got my 2500k + mobo combo for $350.


Its sad that you have to try and stir hype about the bad news for SNB owners just so you can be happy with your purchase.

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Bitmonx- You may be happy but the rest of the people who are waiting for the Ivy bridge will probably be screwed endlessly because of the increase of cost that intel will probably increase due to mass recalls and free boards give away that sandy has.
uh, the estimated cost of ~1 billion to fix

http://www.intc.com/financials.cfm

intel has revenues of 11 billion quarterly.

its not like SNB is their only selling cpu, they are still serving servers, etc...

its not so bad that ivy bridge buyers are going to be "endlessly screwed"

lol
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SpeedNugget-Hey, I wasn't flaming. I just think that it is funny all these Sandy Owners aren't mad about this situation that intel has cause.
maybe its because intel and the retailers are offering good solutions to our problems?

okay, if the retailers and intel did nothing to fix, then there would be fire in the streets, but as of now, we all get free RMA with the potential of other goodies.
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chuckclc- Simple, I don't feel like buying a 300 dollar plus chip set to only have to degrade my sata3 port slot. So therefore, my decision was correct on picking the i7-950.
Dude, I was more or less defending your decision. If you have an I7 950 why would you think about getting Sandy Bridge?

The truth is I'm sure you weren't gonna make that move, you just wanted to come on here and stir up some mess by saying " har har, Im glad I didnt ditch my I7 for Sandy Bridge! Cuz look what happened! har har. You people that bought SB are idiots."
Thats in effect what you are saying with comments like that.
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Guys, sometimes we all need to ignore the un-informed trolls.
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some retailers will give a pci.

Boo hoo, i have 3x pcie 1x and 2 pci slots. not going to miss them. its not like the port is going to take the second pcie 8x and its a CHOICE. the retailer will RMA the board OR give you the additional sata port.

the fact is you're "hype" about this issue is just stupid. its old news, and its not that bad (for the customer, pretty bad for intel stocks)
anoob made a better post than yours.

oh look, you're "zeheero", do you actually think that in the slightest, that name makes me think you're heroic?

you should have just written "cop out" as a response.


$300 chipset? ***?

the majority of p67 chipsets are ~200 or less.

the degrade is 5% of mobos affected over 3 years. With 2 6gb/s sata ports that are unaffected.

there is free cross shipping rma (for msi)

Sure i'm troubled that i have to take apart my rig and stuff again, but at least in a few months, i'll have gotten a brand new board.


lets analyze the 950 purchase:

you bought a cpu that is last gen which uses more power and has less IPC

less overclockability

an obsolete socket (which will not support any future cpus)

and you got the 1366 socket, whos motherboards really do run in the $300, along with a $300 CPU

Great choice there bro.

i got my 2500k + mobo combo for $350.


Its sad that you have to try and stir hype about the bad news for SNB owners just so you can be happy with your purchase.



uh, the estimated cost of ~1 billion to fix

http://www.intc.com/financials.cfm

intel has revenues of 11 billion quarterly.

its not like SNB is their only selling cpu, they are still serving servers, etc...

its not so bad that ivy bridge buyers are going to be "endlessly screwed"

lol
maybe its because intel and the retailers are offering good solutions to our problems?

okay, if the retailers and intel did nothing to fix, then there would be fire in the streets, but as of now, we all get free RMA with the potential of other goodies.

Let me start of by saying my name isn't anything but a random name, it has no meaning. I don't know where you got hero from, maybe it was just your imagination like most of the things you posted here .

You aren't addressing the problem. I just think that intel probably going to past the cost to the ivy bridge consumers. Intel is probably going to have to pay more than 1 billion dollars from just refunds and shipping, you should also think about other countries beside the USA. By the way, the place where I live 2600k is past 300 bucks for the sale tag. If you include the motherboard together with the cpu, I am talking about where I live, it is going to be over $450. Not everyone here lives near a micro center. To paying $300 plus product to have defects is just unreasonable, and it is even more unreasonable to have to RMA a product when it was hype to be a perfect chip and waste your time. I know that you want defend your system cause you own one but please be reasonable and check your facts before you post.

I am THRILL that you don't care about the ivy bridge buyers in the future. It just shows that you don't care about any other systems than the one you current have.

You can brag about overclocking issues and i7-950 being last generation product and that it is an obsolete. Guess what consumers who wants to save money and privacy are still going to buy the obsolete components with slower clock speeds . Do you know why? Well it simple, because all and all, the total package for the i7-950 is cheaper and honest the extra watts don't mean anything, what 50 cents more. Just so you know, I don't plan to overclock my computer at all and I won't be buying any motherboards that have a price tag over $150. I want my cpu you to last about 10 years even if i do change pc b4 the 10 year mark.

Anyways, the opening isn't an attack on any users that bought the Sandy Bridge, but i find it funny that for such a perfect chip that Intel hyped about it has still flaws. So end in conclusion, don't buy into intel hype about having the perfect chip, cause if it was so perfect, why the hell did it have this problem in the first place. I lol when you guys get super offensive about some dead object lol.
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Let me start of by saying my name isn't anything but a random name, it has no meaning. I don't know where you got hero from, maybe it was just your imagination like most of the things you posted here .

What? I don't even.

You aren't addressing the problem. I just think that intel probably going to past the cost to the ivy bridge consumers. Intel is probably going to have to pay more than 1 billion dollars from just refunds and shipping, you should also think about other countries beside the USA.

Umm they made much more than they are paying out it's hardly a scoff on there shoe. This is also assuming that ivy bridge is a new socket which hasn't been confirmed one way or another it's like bigfoot right now.

By the way, the place where I live 2600k is past 300 bucks for the sale tag. If you include the motherboard together with the cpu, I am talking about where I live, it is going to be over $450. Not everyone here lives near a micro center. To paying $300 plus product to have defects is just unreasonable, and it is even more unreasonable to have to RMA a product when it was hype to be a perfect chip and waste your time. I know that you want defend your system cause you own one but please be reasonable and check your facts before you post.

he said 2500k which is a good bit cheaper, it's past the $300 bucks here too lol.... try $330. Also the chip doesn't have defects the chipset does.

A company isn't going to come out and be like "oh boy this product is crap pure crap" It's faster than the old stuff nothing will ever be perfect. I don't know why it's such a big deal really, Sometimes things have problems in the adult world those are the breaks.

What facts are you providing anyways? that it was suppose to be perfect? did tony stark help out in development while i wasn't looking?


I am THRILL that you don't care about the ivy bridge buyers in the future. It just shows that you don't care about any other systems than the one you current have.

You know what I'm happy for you...... but blah blah is the best ever. No facts here again we don't know about ivy bridge yet besides rumor and regurgitated rumor. Like i said before this isn't even bird crap on intel's shoe it's like missing out on a very expensive dinner because you had to pay a bill

You can brag about overclocking issues and i7-950 being last generation product and that it is an obsolete. Guess what consumers who wants to save money and privacy are still going to buy the obsolete components with slower clock speeds . Do you know why? Well it simple, because all and all, the total package for the i7-950 is cheaper and honest the extra watts don't mean anything, what 50 cents more. Just so you know, I don't plan to overclock my computer at all and I won't be buying any motherboards that have a price tag over $150. I want my cpu you to last about 10 years even if i do change pc b4 the 10 year mark.

What issues? it is last generation it's not obsolete maybe outdated has been around a few years i7 i mean not 950. Privacy? I didn't know the mobo manufacturers needed to see you in your knickers to do a proper return. How is it cheaper if you are not near microcenter? are you comparing used? 2600k is only $35 more than the 950. There are boards for p67 that are $150 dollars. How do you get on this forum if you are blind?

This has nothing to do with the chip again..... and if you bring up chip degradation you have nothing to worry about at stock.

Another thing if you were going to stay at stock your better off going amd as it comes higher clocked pretty sure they beat the 950's when both at stock so this is really moot in general.



Anyways, the opening isn't an attack on any users that bought the Sandy Bridge, but i find it funny that for such a perfect chip that Intel hyped about it has still flaws. So end in conclusion, don't buy into intel hype about having the perfect chip, cause if it was so perfect, why the hell did it have this problem in the first place. I lol when you guys get super offensive about some dead object lol.

I though we went through your being blind already? I bought sandy bridge even after i knew of the defect because i really don't care and i don't want to be on 2 year old hardware. I will deal with it like a reasonable person plugging my hard drives into the non affected slots and going about my day, later RMA it maybe sell it and get a z67 I like onboard in the long run for diagnostic purposes and other things

It's not dead.... the chips are fine the boards have a problem with the sata controller that doesn't effect the other controller on the board so you use it therefore bypassing perceived DOOM.
Hope i cleared that up. I really don't mean to be rude but so far you have been pretty thick headed so you may not want to hear it but I'm driving it in.
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How did a silly mac comic get to this? LOL

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