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Which sandy bridge mobo to get?

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Ive read that some of the sandy bridge mobos have SATA issues caused by the chipset. Which ones do I need to avoid? Or is it all of them?
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All are broken unfortunately. The good part is the best chipset for the SB, the Z68, will be available by the time the SATA issue is solved. Before you could have got at best a P67 which had some limitations. In a month or so motherboards for SB should show up.
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