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Companies Begin To Announce Sandy Bridge Returns

Blacklaw (311963) writes | more than 3 years ago

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Blacklaw (311963) writes "Following Intel's announcement of a major flaw in the Cougar Point chipset for its latest Sandy Bridge processors, manufacturers with products affected by the fault have started to announce how they're going to address recalls. The design flaw in Intel's Cougar Point chipset, which the company announced yesterday, results in the SATA ports on the board gradually 'decaying' over time — until they're all-but unusable.

A list of companies that have announced recalls for end-user, plus links to their recall notices, is available here."

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