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Old Jan 31, 2011, 01:31 PM   #31
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Although, those I've spoken with say this issues seems to only be related to Intel boards ( not AIB partners ) I'm still going to hold off though and see if any partners release the same info.
Not sure how it could be an Intel board only thing if it's a metal layer issue on the chipset itself. I certainly HOPE you're right though, would be nice to know my 4 3Gbs ports are usable again.
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Although, those I've spoken with say this issues seems to only be related to Intel boards ( not AIB partners ) I'm still going to hold off though and see if any partners release the same info.
Any product or board that uses the Intel Cougar Point chipset is affected. This includes all Socket 1155 motherboard, regardless of manufacturer. To use these boards safely you will need to only use the SATA 3 6gbps ports, and any additional eSATA/SATA controllers.
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Any product or board that uses the Intel Cougar Point chipset is affected. This includes all Socket 1155 motherboard, regardless of manufacturer. To use these boards safely you will need to only use the SATA 3 6gbps ports, and any additional eSATA/SATA controllers.
What about Marvell SATA 3 6gbps ports? I have two in my board.
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Old Jan 31, 2011, 01:35 PM   #34
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Not sure how it could be an Intel board only thing if it's a metal layer issue on the chipset itself. I certainly HOPE you're right though, would be nice to know my 4 3Gbs ports are usable again.
No lie Mosh, if I were you I'd be on the phone right now with Asus requesting another board.
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Old Jan 31, 2011, 01:38 PM   #35
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No lie Mosh, if I were you I'd be on the phone right now with Asus requesting another board.
Nah, already talked to them. I'm patient on this one since I only have 2 hard drives in this rig, and neither are intended as long term storage since my i7 920 rig is the LAN file server and does all bulk storage for all my PCs.

I'm waiting for Asus to make an announcement about their intentions before I get pushy since I'm already safe and sound. All devices sitting on 6Gbs SATA ports doesn't negatively affect me in any way at this moment. I'm in a position to be patient... for now.

If Asus stays mum on the subject, I will get pushy after a couple of weeks. Other then that though, I'm in zero threat now.
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It looks like Newegg already pulled all of their 1155 boards.
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What about Marvell SATA 3 6gbps ports? I have two in my board.
Those are fine. Only the four SATA-2 3gbps ports from the Intel chipset are affected. The two SATA-3 6gbps ports and any ports from non-Intel controllers are fine.
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It looks like Newegg already pulled all of their 1155 boards.
They did that in the last 15 minutes then. Last time I checked they were still there, for sale. Glad to see they are on top of this.
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Those are fine. Only the four SATA-2 3gbps ports from the Intel chipset are affected. The two SATA-3 6gbps ports and any ports from non-Intel controllers are fine.
Thank you Jim, aha now I have my SSD's running slow on Marvell controller
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Thank you Jim, aha now I have my SSD's running slow on Marvell controller
Why not the Intel 6Gbs? It's fast as hell and safe.
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Microcenter just took theirs offline too. Does this mean end of March before we see any Sandy Bridge mobo sales?
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Microcenter just took theirs offline too. Does this mean end of March before we see any Sandy Bridge mobo sales?
Very likely. It's actually making me happier I jumped when I did. The bug itself can be worked around easily enough (and has been on my rig already), and I really wanted Sandy Bridge now.
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Why not the Intel 6Gbs? It's fast as hell and safe.
I have two HDDs in RAID 0 attached on that Intel 6Gbps. I tried to move my RAID 0 from Intel to Marvell, but sadly the Marvel doesn't recognize it.
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I have two HDDs in RAID 0 attached on that Intel 6Gbps. I tried to move my RAID 0 from Intel to Marvell, but sadly the Marvel doesn't recognize it.
Ouch. Sorry, bro!
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Man this is a downer, this issue is being talked about on every tech related site right now.... I was so looking forward to grabbing my upgrade today after work...

EDIT: Just called up my local MemExpress on the south side of Edmonchuck and they've removed all SB boards from the shelves...
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WTF is an HD 5970?
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Sandy Bridge is your new HD 5970!
I don't remember anything with HD5970? I had two 5870s, so maybe I never knew about it.

Anyways, here is Anandtech on it (didn't see anything linked to them yet)

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4142/i...-begins-recall

Sure paints a dark picture. I'm happy to not be a part of this though. I wouldn't be able to do what Moshpit is doing. The idea of defective hardware is enough to drive me nuts.

I checked Newegg just now and I see that Asus/Asrock LGA 1155 boards are still there for sale. I wonder why?
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I use one of these in my Desktop, I don't see the need to have a DVDRW that I never use ever when I can simply just plug my Samsung external in when I need it.

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Risto this was directed at me because I tried purchasing two 5970's back in the day ( which still don't exist ) only to be hit by the AMD scam that there would be stock within the next Millennia.
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WTF is an HD 5970?
Wasn't it basically a 5870X2 (if you followed the naming convention used in the Radeon 3000-4000 series)?

Edit: Yeah, this

http://www.techspot.com/review/221-ati-radeon-hd-5970/
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Risto this was directed at me because I tried purchasing two 5970's back in the day ( which still don't exist ) only to be hit by the AMD scam that there would be stock within the next Millennia.
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I checked Newegg just now and I see that Asus/Asrock LGA 1155 boards are still there for sale. I wonder why?
their P67 board has 8 sata ports: 2 Intel 6Gbps, 2 Marvel 6Gbps and 4 Intel 3Gbps

the flaw affects on Intel 3Gbps only, so I think they are still in confidence to sell
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their P67 board has 8 sata ports: 2 Intel 6Gbps, 2 Marvel 6Gbps and 4 Intel 3Gbps

the flaw affects on Intel 3Gbps only, so I think they are still in confidence to sell
Or they just haven't pulled them yet. No matter what every board will be pulled from store shelves and etailer websites.

Anyone know when Intel plans to have replacement products available since this was only caught last week? Probably a few months before we start seeing new product. Bulldozer might actually get a good release if it can beat the current i7 1366 line.
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their P67 board has 8 sata ports: 2 Intel 6Gbps, 2 Marvel 6Gbps and 4 Intel 3Gbps

the flaw affects on Intel 3Gbps only, so I think they are still in confidence to sell
Really? That seems strange as I would imagine that despite being able to use the other 4 ports, that people would eventually want to RMA these for non-compromised boards.

I like Asus. But if I find that they were willing to sell these despite knowing the trouble they are bringing to their customers, I'll start thinking twice.
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Really? That seems strange as I would imagine that despite being able to use the other 4 ports, that people would eventually want to RMA these for non-compromised boards.

I like Asus. But if I find that they were willing to sell these despite knowing the trouble they are bringing to their customers, I'll start thinking twice.
We can do nothing for a board RMA till the new chipset arrived on April. In the mean time, we can still turn-on our system with storages attached on Intel 6Gbps and Marvell 6Gbps as its better than leave it like a stone.

I was thinking that Asus knew about this fail from the beginning and they have equipped the board with another Sata controller from 3rd party like Marvell in case of "emergency".
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We can do nothing for a board RMA till the new chipset arrived on April. In the mean time, we can still turn-on our system with storages attached on Intel 6Gbps and Marvell 6Gbps as its better than leave it like a stone.

I was thinking that Asus knew about this fail from the beginning and they have equipped the board with another Sata controller from 3rd party like Marvell in case of "emergency".
My last two Intel boards have had two Marvell sata ports, one of them was an Asus P45. You can never have too much SATA especially on a $200+ board.

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Really? That seems strange as I would imagine that despite being able to use the other 4 ports, that people would eventually want to RMA these for non-compromised boards.

I like Asus. But if I find that they were willing to sell these despite knowing the trouble they are bringing to their customers, I'll start thinking twice.
All the boards are being recalled, I don't know why some are still on sale and others not. Might be a timezone thing, the people who make this decision could be out of the office / in conference / travelling, and the flow of information hasn't caught up yet.
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Wierd, Newegg pulled the procs too. Backward time machine enabled!

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