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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Sandy Bridge Mobo's Pulled from Shelves


Intel yesterday announced it discovered a design issue in its 6-Series chipsets intended for Sandy Bridge processors and opted to halt shipments of new boards. News of the flaw spread almost immediately across the Internet, though it took some time for popular vendors to pull potentially affected motherboards from their virtual store shelves. Today is a different story.
| Read more at MaximumPC.com |

6 comments:

  1. Shit... and I was thinking about building a rig with those new processors. Now we wait a few months for new mobos.

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  3. man, what a waste of production!

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  4. What a crock! I was actually looking into getting one of these myself.

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  5. Welp, there goes my dream :(

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  6. Wow.. You gotta wonder how things like this happen. I mean, people are getting paid A LOT of money to design this hardware.. not to forget the schooling they go through. I wonder how many people were responsible and the nature of the flaw in general.

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