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Avoiding MB damage with SandyBridge boards

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Well, don't know if this is a repost or not but thought it would lay some insight of what you guys can do regarding this "small" problem

http://www.youtube.com/user/LinusTechTips?feature=chclk
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yep its a repost alright.. been posted atleast 1000000000 times on OCN
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I was wondering about that exact thing for my buddys SB build. I will swap the sata cables next time I am at his house lol
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Put your hard drives on SATA 0 and 1. Put DVD drive on the other sata. If you need more space, try and put the storage drive on the affected ports, and not the windows one.
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Not upgrading as soon as something comes out =
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