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    Default Sandy Bridge Don't Have Prob. It Is P67

    It appears here most of you are not that informed. There is nothing I repeat nothing wrong with the SANDY BRIDGE it is the P67 chip that intel made the main controller that goes bad. A couple months and presto free replacements. Intel is loosing because of those chips P67 and unable to sell the kick butt sandy bridges for now until there are mainboards for them. I am on the six gig ports anyway two drives on the P67 and two on the Marvell. Sorry AMD you cannot keep up with the sand. I am running at 4700mhz with no effort at all two clicks in the bios and there it is I still would only use intel. AMD is good I am not putting them down but all bench marks show intel is better. Enough of that I like AMD and their prices a lot and am glad they are there. But for the record there is nothing wrong with the Sandy Bridge it is the P67 intel chip

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    How many threads are you going to post this statement in, one has been closed and you were referred to the one already started now your starting this one. Please post in the thread Deton asked you too no need to spam the board.

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    Stickies, we appreciate your........passion.........but really you should read the posts again, specifically mine. It clearly outlines the problem is with the chipset, not the processors, and therefore all the motherboard manufacturers have the same problem because it's Intel's chipset.

    We know it's not the CPU, we know it's the chipset. But it is Intel's mistake and they have publicly admitted it. This has nothing to do with AMD, it's a design flaw by Intel, end of story.

    And for the record, I've been in direct contact with every major motherboard manufacturer since the day BEFORE this became public knowledge, I can assure you I'm well informed and fully understand this is the chipset.

    Now here's a thought: what good is a CPU without a motherboard? If everyone is pulling P67 boards from the shelf, what sort of effect do you think that will have on Sandy Bridge CPU sales?

    Class dismissed.


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    Sandybridge does have a problem. It ie called BULLDOZER!


    Seriously though, Intel originally said it was on the die and could be fixed.

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    Sandybridge does have a problem. It ie called BULLDOZER!


    Seriously though, Intel originally said it was on the die and could be fixed.

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    ^ Lol! :d

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    Default No Need this thread

    Want to keep this topic is going then go over HERE

    @Stickies; behave or I have to send your mother-in-law comes to live with you for 3 months.

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