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Tuesday, 01 February 2011 11:11

MSI halts Sandy Bridge shipments

Written by Fudzilla staff


Few products affected
MSI has halted shipments of Sandy Bridge products following Intel's announcement of chipset related issues with the new platform.

As of Tuesday, MSI has stopped shipping all P67 and H67 motherboards and it is currently investigating which product batches have been affected.

On the notebook front, MSI has halted shipments of GT680 series products. Luckily, this is the only Sandy Bridge notebook in MSI's offer so far.

MSI is looking into a solution for all consumers who have already purchased MSI products based on Intel 6-series chipsets and the company will make a subsequent announcement as soon it gets more information.

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-14 #1 MrScary 2011-02-01 11:39
Thats what happen when u buy shitybridge products, intel doesnt have fuking idea about whats doing.
 
 
-13 #2 thetruth 2011-02-01 12:18
Quoting MrScary:
Thats what happen when u buy shitybridge products, intel doesnt have fuking idea about whats doing.


Yeah! AMD is ogling the prefectual market. They obsiliffyily know what they're doing and I have faith that Bulldozer will shompify the market.
 
 
+14 #3 Jigar 2011-02-01 12:26
Quoting MrScary:
Thats what happen when u buy shitybridge products, intel doesnt have fuking idea about whats doing.


That was a dum comment, if Intel would have acted just like Apple or Nvidia, you would have been without support... This guys are going to take a hit of 1 billion and provide their customer a solution. Shit happens, but this guys are going to walk on it. I have never supported Intel because of their Anti competitive tactics with AMD, but here's one thing i give them respect for.
 
 
-1 #4 thetruth 2011-02-01 13:15
I agree. Since people failed to realise I was being sarcastic in my last post, I'll put it clearly so that average Americans can understand it.

It's good to see good customer service from a large company such as Intel. It shows that they care about their customers, and that those who purchase brand new technologies are supported in the event of a problem, like this one. It makes me MORE willing to buy Intel in the future.
 
 
-1 #5 MrScary 2011-02-01 17:47
Quoting Jigar:
That was a dum comment, if Intel would have acted just like Apple or Nvidia, you would have been without support... This guys are going to take a hit of 1 billion and provide their customer a solution. Shit happens, but this guys are going to walk on it. I have never supported Intel because of their Anti competitive tactics with AMD, but here's one thing i give them respect for.


I dont believe that tale of yours about intel devotion toward their "costumers"... i believe more in all the sues Samgsung has promissed to intel is they don´t refund them back with 1 billion...Come on were are talking about intel, its not a ong, its the king of the monopoly tactics...

To sum it all, the worst company in the world.
 

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