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Windows 7: ASUS starts to ship new Sandy Bridge boards

24 Feb 2011   #1
jeepmann4x4

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ASUS starts to ship new Sandy Bridge boards

Has anyone else heard this or can anybody confirm it??

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By David Hollingworth
Feb 25, 2011 | 1 Comment
Tags: asus | motherboards | sandy | bridge | recall | hardware | news
Good news for ASUS fans - B3 revisions of their Sandy Bridge boards will be shipping ahead of schedule!
Following Intel's massive SATA II snafu on desktop Sandy Bridge motherboards, we'd not been expecting new product until some time in April. But ASUS just announced that it's gotten into production early on replacement boards, and its stock will be starting to ship this week.



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24 Feb 2011   #2
ignatzatsonic

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I heard a few days ago that Intel was supplying the replacement chips to motherboard makers a bit sooner than anticipated.

But I'd guess the heavy hitters like Dell and HP will get the first batch of motherboards--before retail dealers.

We shall see.

We still don't know the details of Intel's/retailers plan to replace the boards already sold.
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25 Feb 2011   #3
jeepmann4x4

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
I heard a few days ago that Intel was supplying the replacement chips to motherboard makers a bit sooner than anticipated.

But I'd guess the heavy hitters like Dell and HP will get the first batch of motherboards--before retail dealers.

We shall see.

We still don't know the details of Intel's/retailers plan to replace the boards already sold.
I read somewhere that the new chips were to ship out around the 14 of feb. but can not remember where I read that.
Very true about not knowing how they will handle the replacement of boards(replacement first or just a free-for-all to get them)

I'm just trying to find out if anyone has heard about boards shipping soon instead of April-ish? Asus,Gigabyte...ect.. I have a lot of new stuff just sitting in the corner waiting for a board....See post HERE
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01 Mar 2011   #4
jeepmann4x4

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Just found this info on Asus boards. Posted Feb.28th ....Front News Page here
And Article here
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