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Biostar USA announcement regarding Intel 6 series chipset design issue
     Sat, Feb 05 2011 | 4:14A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

 (NOTE - For the latest developments from every motherboard maker on this developing recall please see this PCSTATS article - Intel 6-Series Chipset Recall - Sandy Bridge Intel P67 & H67)

On Jan 31’s Intel announced a flaw with the 6 Series where "In some cases, the Serial-ATA (SATA) ports within the chipsets may degrade over time, potentially impacting the performance or functionality of SATA-linked devices such as hard disk drives and DVD-drives.” This fix will require a hardware modification or motherboard replacement which cannot be fixed by BIOS updates. Biostar has initiated a service notice guide for the 6 Series products to address customer concerns. However if you are enjoying the product and wish to continue to use the product until revised parts available, (ETA for replacements parts is April, due to production time) you are welcome do to so, but with caution. Problem is said to be affecting 5% to 15% of the products over a 2 to 3 year usage. At this moment, Biostar has stopped all shipments of P67 and H67 chipset motherboards.

In the meantime we would like to offer suggestions to the community for those who wish to continue to use the product until replacement parts are available.

1. Always back up your data just in case something goes wrong.
2. All Biostar P67 and H67 motherboards have at least two SATA3 ports, please use the SATA3 ports as the primary devices Note: So far this design bug is related to the SATA2 ports, SATA3 ports are safe to use.Even if you have SATA2 or SATA1 devices, they are safe to be used on SATA3 ports as SATA3 is backwards compatible with SATA1 and SATA2.
3. If you are still concerned and would like to return the product, please contact your place of purchase for return procedures. Many of Biostar authorized dealer is aware of the situation and will help to assist you..
4. Note: For the Intel 6 series chipset design issue, Biostar will offer advance replacement program which will include a return shipping label in return for customer convenience. Details of the advance replacement program will be announced on Biostar website http://www.biostar-usa.com/app/en-us/news/index.php when parts are available. ETA is April 2011.

Biostar Products affected sold Between 12-01-2011 to 02-01-2011

TP67XE
TP67B+
TH67XE
TH67+

  FULL STORY @ BIOSTAR-USA

MSI Responds to Intel 6 Series Chipset Issue With Replacement or Upgrades
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 6:31P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
(NOTE - For the latest developments from every motherboard maker on this developing recall please see this PCSTATS article - Intel 6-Series Chipset Recall - Sandy Bridge Intel P67 & H67)

MSI Computer Corp., a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions, today announced that it has stopped shipments in North America of Sandy Bridge products following Intel’s announcement of a design issue in the recently released Intel 6 Series chipset. The company is quickly responding to this issue by working with retailers, distributors and channel partners to stop all shipments, MSI is also offering end users replacements and upgrades for the affected motherboards and notebooks respectively at its Intel 6 Series Motherboards and Notebook Support page.

MSI North America takes the quality of its products and service to its customers very serious, therefore the company is working closely with Intel to accept the return of Intel P67 and H67 motherboards, as well as its HM67 gaming laptops. MSI’s All-in-One PCs based on the new generation of Intel Core i processors are not affected, and are still scheduled to launch in late March 2011.

MSI encourages end users who want to return their MSI Intel P67 and H67 motherboards or affected gaming notebooks, to contact the original place of purchase for more details on the return or refund policy. Alternatively, end users can register their Intel 6 Series notebook or motherboard with MSI by April 30, 2011 at http://us.msi.com/snb_replacement to be eligible for the following options.

1. HM67 gaming notebooks: End users are eligible to receive an upgrade to MSI’s next generation gaming notebook upon its availability.
2. P67 and H67 motherboards: End users are eligible for a replacement with the new B3 stepping of the Intel 6 series motherboard when it is available in channel.
3. Shipping: To make the replacement as smooth as possible, MSI will provide end users with a UPS 3 Day shipping label for returns and will deliver the brand new item by UPS 3 Day shipping, both at no cost.

"MSI is wholly committed to both our customers and to the overall quality of our products," noted Andy Tung, vice president of North American sales for MSI. "While we work with Intel to resolve the chipset issues, we want to make sure our customers know their concerns are our top priority. We believe offering future replacement options will help alleviate some of the discomfort this issue has caused."

For questions regarding replacement of MSI Intel P67 or H67 motherboard and HM67 notebook, end users may contact MSI at SNB_Support@msi.com.

For news from Intel on chipset design error, please visit Intel’s newsroom

Intel statement:
"As part of ongoing quality assurance, Intel Corporation has discovered a design issue in a recently released support chip, the Intel 6 Series, code-named Cougar Point, and has implemented a silicon fix. In some cases, the Serial-ATA (SATA) ports within the chipsets may degrade over time, potentially impacting the performance or functionality of SATA-linked devices such as hard disk drives and DVD-drives. … For computer makers and other Intel customers that have bought potentially affected chipsets or systems, Intel will work with its OEM partners to accept the return of the affected chipsets, and plans to support modifications or replacements needed on motherboards or systems."

To learn more about MSI’s complete product lines, please visit: http://us.msi.com

  FULL STORY @ MSI COMPUTER

Gigabyte Recall Announcement for Intel 6-series B2 Stepping Based Motherboards
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 3:35P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

(NOTE - For the latest developments from every motherboard maker on this developing recall please see this PCSTATS article - Intel 6-Series Chipset Recall - Sandy Bridge Intel P67 & H67)

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY has received an official announcement from Intel indicating the Intel 6-Series chipset design error and has implemented a silicon fix. Codenamed Cougar Point, these chipsets will in some cases cause the Serial-ATA (SATA) ports within the chipsets to degrade over time, potentially impacting the performance or functionality of SATA-linked devices such as hard disk drives and DVD-drives.

As the No.1 motherboard manufacturer, GIGABYTE will make its best effort to recall boards that were built on the mentioned chipsets from our distributors with minimum disruptions. As of today, we have suspended the entire 6 Series B2 stepping chipset based motherboards shipments. According to Intel’s production schedule, the 6 Series B3 stepping Express Chipset will be available in volume by April. GIGABYTE will then, based on this shipping schedule, produce new motherboard models with the new B3 stepping.

Announcements:
1. GIGABYTE has stopped shipping and selling all Intel 6 Series B2 stepping chipset based motherboards.
2. All the Intel 6 series B2 stepping based motherboards stocks are being retrieved from all distributors and dealers.
3. Any sold GIGABYTE Intel 6 Series B2 stepping chipset based motherboards should be returned and accepted from authorized Gigabyte dealers.
4. The new B3 stepping chipset should be available toward the end of February. GIGABYTE will work with Intel closely to make the new motherboards become available to customers sometime in April.
5. GIGABYTE will introduce a brand-new 6 Series motherboard line based on the Intel 6 Series B3 stepping chipset.

Gigabyte requests all dealers stop selling B2 stepping 6-series chipset based motherboards, and assist customers in choosing the normal SATA 3.0 connector to avoid SATA 2.0 problems for the time being.

  FULL STORY @ GIGABYTE

Gigabyte Motherboards Based on Intel 6 Series Chipsets
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 3:34P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
(NOTE - For the latest developments from every motherboard maker on this developing recall please see this PCSTATS article - Intel 6-Series Chipset Recall - Sandy Bridge Intel P67 & H67 

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions, today announced that GIGABYTE has been alerted by Intel about a 6 series chipset design error. GIGABYTE is working closely with Intel® to minimize the inconvenience to customers and retail stores with regard to related issues.

A recent statement from Intel indicates that they expect full 6 series chipset volume recovery in April, 2011. GIGABYTE will produce and deliver new motherboards with the updated Intel 6 series chipset when the new chipsets become available. GIGABYTE prides itself in having the highest service quality in the industry, and as such we will resolve this issue with minimal impact on our customers.

Additional information will be added to the official motherboard website and the GIGABYTE Tech Daily blog as the situation develops.

  FULL STORY @ GIGABYTEDAILY

Intel 6 Series Chipset Problem - End Customer Q& A
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 2:59P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF

(NOTE - For the latest developments from every motherboard maker on this developing recall please see this PCSTATS article - Intel 6-Series Chipset Recall - Sandy Bridge Intel P67 & H67 

Q: What exactly is the problem of Intel 6 Series Chipset?
A: The problem has been stated that after a period of usage, the SATA2 ports on Intel 6 Series B2 stepping chipset motherboards might experience some performance loss or decrease. This issue will apply to all Intel 6 Series Express chipset based motherboards. However, it will not be an issue for systems that connect to any SATA3 ports (refer to your GIGABYTE User Manual for the layout/location of the SATA3 ports). For more information please refer to “Alert for Intel® 6 Series Express Chipsets and Intel® Xeon® C200 Chipsets users” which release by Intel, Jan 31st, 2011.

Q: What models have been affected by this issue?
A: All GIGABYTE P67/H67 series motherboards embedded with the B2 stepping 6 Series Express Chipsets are affected.

Q: What action should be taken if I own/purchased a GIGABYTE 6 Series motherboard?
A: GIGABYTE stands behind all our products, and is committed to the highest quality product and customer support services. We recommend you return your product to your place of purchase for a refund. GIGABYTE is working with our vast network of distributors, and retailer/online dealers to streamline refunds with minimal inconvenience to end customers.

Q: Does GIGABYTE offer a swap policy for GIGABYTE 6 Series motherboards?
A: GIGABYTE will do it's best to reduce any disruptions. Corrected product will be available near the end of April (pending Intel production schedule). We encourage all customers to return their affected product for refunds now. Those customers electing to keep the current flawed motherboard and wait two months for a similar replacement motherboard will need to register, and sign a release waiver form. Contact GIGABYTE Customer service department for this option.

Q: When will the replacement be available?
A: According to Intel's production plan, the 6 Series B3 stepping Express Chipset will be available in volume by April. GIGABYTE will then, based on Intel's shipping schedule, produce new motherboard models.

  FULL STORY @ GIGABYTE

ECS USA's Commitment to its Intel 6 Series Express Chipset Motherboard Customers
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 2:58P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
(NOTE - For the latest developments from every motherboard maker on this developing recall please see this PCSTATS article - Intel 6-Series Chipset Recall - Sandy Bridge Intel P67 & H67)

ECS ELITEGROUP USA (ECS USA) branch office has worked with Intel and has been made aware of a design flaw in its newest generation Intel 6 Series Express Chipsets (codenamed Cougar Point, B2 Stepping) which could, under normal operation, experience an issue with SATA ports 2-5 that may result in these SATA ports experiencing a functional issue over time.

ECS USA, along with all motherboard manufacturers, is working closely with Intel on containing the distribution of the B2 Stepping of this product on its motherboards. ECS USA takes pride in its products' quality and is passionate about offering the best possible customer experience. ECS USA stands by its products and is committed to its customers by offering the following:

- Immediate suspension of all sales of Intel 6 Series Express Chipsets (codenamed Cougar Point, B2 Stepping) in its channel.
- Upon availability of the new B3 Stepping of the Intel 6 Series Express Chipsets, ECS USA will replace customer's product with a brand-new one. New motherboards are expected in April. ECS USA will keep its customers updated on this schedule.
- Replacement for products currently in the market that are affected: P67H2-A(1.1), P67H2-A2(1.0), P67H2-A3(1.0), H67H2-M(1.1), H67H2-M3(1.0)
- Work closely with its distributors and reseller channel on the return and replacement of current inventory

For end users in the U.S. (48 contiguous states), ECS USA offers the following:
- Customers have the option to return the product at the original point of purchase for a refund.
- Customers who wish to keep the product or have any issue returning the product at the point of purchase, ECS USA will absorb the cost of the product exchange 100% by offering a product swap. If a customer has one of the above products, please communicate with ECS USA via one of the following methods to arrange a replacement once they become available:
Via e-mail (preferred method): elite@ecsusa.com
Via voice-mail: 510-771-0208. This is a voicemail, only.

Whichever method is used, customers should provide the following information in order to create a case number and allow for ECS USA to respond:
- Customer Name, Model Name, Serial Number, Purchased From (optional), Contact Number, E-mail Address, Shipping Address
- All support questions not related to the Intel 6 Series Express Chipset based motherboard replacement can be sent to our regular support channel.

"All motherboard manufacturers are affected by this news but we want to minimize our customers' exposure to the error detailed by Intel. This is why we want to offer our faithful customers the opportunity to get a refund. Or, if they want to wait for the fix we can get them a brand-new motherboard delivered to them at no charge" commented Ray Lin, Vice President of Motherboard and Graphics Card Business Unit of ECS USA.

ECS USA does not see the replacement of the Intel 6 Series Express Chipset based motherboards as a negative impact. Rather, it permits ECS USA to better tune its already greatly praised/ awarded Intel P67/H67 series and offer an even more perfect ECS Intel P67/H67 motherboards series, once Intel releases the new B3 Stepping chipset fixing the current issues.

For more information, please visit ECS at www.ecs.com.tw

  FULL STORY @ ECS

ASUS Maximus IV Extreme - Layout and Design
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 12:02P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the Maximus IV Extreme, ASUS shows its first Intel P67 motherboard which was designed with overclockers and PC-Gamers in mind. Therefore this product come with a lot of features and goodies and it's almost screaming to be overclocked.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

 
ASUS P8P67 Deluxe Review
     Thu, Feb 03 2011 | 9:01A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The ASUS P8P67 Deluxe is a very well equipped motherboard based on Intels P67 chipset featuring everything you might want. For example there is USB3.0, SATA3, a digital VRM, EFI BIOS ... Therefore we're very curious about how this thing does in our tests
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

ECS H67H2-I Motherboard
     Wed, Feb 02 2011 | 7:14P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The ECS H67H2-I is a very small mini-ITX motherboard for socket 1155 processors, thus being targeted to the new "Sandy Bridge" CPUs. It is based on the Intel H67 chipset and comes with one PCI Express x16 slot, allowing you to build a powerful gaming system using a very small case, and tons of extra features such as Bluetooth connectivity and USB 3.0 ports. Let's take a look at this new release."
  FULL STORY @ ARTICLE

ASRock P67 Extreme4 & Fatal1ty Professional P67 Motherboards
     Wed, Feb 02 2011 | 12:02P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Today we have two of ASRock's P67 based boards on our test bench and will be putting them through a selection of real world and synthetic tests. To keep things interesting for those who have already seen a number of P67/Sandy Bridge articles, in this review we will put the ASRock systems up against the similarly priced X58 / Core i7-950 combination to see if these new products offer better performance and value for consumers than Intel's now ageing high end platform."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWAREHEAVEN

ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution Review
     Wed, Feb 02 2011 | 12:01P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
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With the P8P67 WS Revolution ASUS has a first workstation motherboard in its portfolio supporting Intel Sandy Bridge processors. The board itself should be very stable and there should also be an extensive delivery included. If even the performance is on a reasonable, good level that's what we will uncover on the following pages.

  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

Gigabyte P67A-UD4
     Wed, Feb 02 2011 | 9:01A | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Today we're looking at a new motherboard from Gigabyte for the Sandy Bridge processors: the P67A-UD4. Gigabyte has typically been known for providing a range of motherboards to consumers to suit just about any budget, and at $200 the P67A-UD4 which is geared towards consumers on a modest budget.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

Sapphire Pure Black X58
     Tue, Feb 01 2011 | 4:01P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Overclocking the Sapphire Pure Black X58 initially was met with a lot of failed boot attempts until I figured that the voltages needed were a bit different from the values I've needed in the past. Not so much different but one in particular that I had never really needed to adjust before was the IOH/ICH I/O voltage. This voltage helped bring stability to my overclock at 210 x 20. The board could boot up to a bclock of 218Mhz and make it into windows at 214Mhz but good long-term stability was only reached at a bclock of 210. This of course done using air cooling. I used a combination of CPU vcore, CPU vtt, IOH/ICH I/O voltage and DRAM voltage to increase the speed of the processor ultimately giving me a 4.2GHz stable OC."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERSCLUB

Gigabyte P67A-UD7 - Layout and Design
     Tue, Feb 01 2011 | 12:03P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the P67A-UD7 Gigabyte presents it flagship model which supports Intels latest Sandy Bridge CPUs. Very nice is that Gigabyte chose to change the color design of their high-end desktop motherboards which turned them into some of the most beautiful boards available now.
  FULL STORY @ OCAHOLIC

ASUS P8P67 EVO Motherboard
     Mon, Jan 31 2011 | 4:45P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"In the short time since Intel released Sandy Bridge earlier this month, we have seen multiple new boards supporting all-new features from several different manufacturers. ASUS were among the first to launch with Intel, offering several different P67 / H67 motherboards to cover every segment of the market. Today we will be taking a look at the P8P67 EVO, one of nine new P67 Express motherboards from the Taiwan industry giant."
  FULL STORY @ OCIA

MSI P67A-GD65 Motherboard Review
     Mon, Jan 31 2011 | 4:45P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Following their success with their P55 series of boards, can MSI continue that brilliance with the P67s? We take a look.
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCK3D

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