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Well i wanted to make my first build, had a list and all. Then a couple days ago I found out there are no P67 motherboards selling on newegg.ca! I did some research and there's some SATA or chipset problem I'm not really sure. Can someone please explain what's happening to me? And when while the motherboards be available?
post #2 of 20
*FACEPALM*

There are numerous topics throughout the internet on this, and quite a few here in these forums. The bug only affected SATA 3Gb/s and many manufacturers are planning on offering replacement boards to anyone who bought a flawed one. The ETA is early April according to rumors.

EDIT: I offer my sincere apologies if I seemed offensive. I was just stating how there are many topics on this already and that the OP should have viewed them. Yes, I also made a mistake on saying it was the ports 0-1. Won't happen again.
Edited by archlinux - 3/1/11 at 5:20pm
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Intel recalled all the p67 chipsets because the sata 2 controller is prone to degradation and failure over time.

They will be available again sometime in april
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April >v< I hope not I'm trying to RMA my broke one now >v<
I was about to get on the phone. I'll let you know what they say.
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Not really a problem..not in my opinion..I purchased a board knowing about the issue, and dont really care...may return it for a new b3 revision..but...considering how lazy I am to take my system apart again..I'll pass...ill just get a maximus 4 in the summer when i add more cards
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There is the SATA 2 problem, but if you are only running 1 HD and 1 Optical drive you will be UNEFFECTED if you simply plug into the SATA3 ports on the mobo, I am currently loving my SB setup even with a lower end mobo until they re-release the mobo's then I'll be upgrading my main board and getting a lower end CPU and use my current mobo as a media PC. There are so many workarounds to the problem with the SB mobo's that its actually funny to see the media blow it up this big.
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I wish my issue were that easy. Yeah anyways if you get one just plug all of your devices into the SATA6 controllers or if you have to many plug as many of your storage devices on the SATA6 and your optical drives on the SATA3's.
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There are so many workarounds to the problem with the SB mobo's that its actually funny to see the media blow it up this big.
Actually, if you followed it, it was intel themselves who made a big deal of it. They voluntarily admitted there was a problem before anyone even could have known about it.

As for workarounds... Idk about that... I have 5 different Sata devices and I don't think there is any way to make them all run off two sata 3 ports...
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*FACEPALM*

There are numerous topics throughout the internet on this, and quite a few here in these forums. The bug only affected SATA 3Gb/s 0-1, and many manufacturers are planning on offering replacement boards to anyone who bought a flawed one. The ETA is early April according to rumors.
I suggest, before you be an ass and "*FACEPALM*" other people, you make sure everything you say is absolutely correct.

SATA 0-1 are the unaffected 6Gbps ports, SATA 2-5 are the affected 3Gbps ports.

4 faulty ports against your claimed 2.
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Well my asus has 4 sata 6 ports and 4 sata 3 ports so it depends on the manufacturer.
Edited by phazer11 - 3/1/11 at 2:17pm
     
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