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Wednesday, 02 February 2011 11:36

Asus suspends Sandy shipments

Written by Fudzilla staff


Announces replacement and support program
Asus has announced that it will replace all products affected by Intel's Sandy Bridge SATA bug.

In line with Intel's guidelines, Asus has suspended all Sandy Bridge shipments until the issue is resolved. The company promises that consumers will be able to replace affected products hassle-free, effective immediately.

If you happen to have an Asus Sandy Bridge based motherboard or notebook, check out the details here.

 

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0 #1 Nerdfighter 2011-02-02 18:42
Most retailers in EU seem to still have Sandy boards listed. But I guess it's difficult to reach every largeish retailer in the world, especially for a big company such as Asus.
 
 
0 #2 East17 2011-02-03 08:35
So they should! If they have any respect for their customers. A thing that INTEL never has.

What's strange is that INTEL does this very often. Here's how many issues I remember where they've SHIPPED faulty products :

1.FDIV bug
2.Pentium 3 1GHz recalling
3.i820 MCH recall
4.The ICH6 factory layer problem. That was a recall but not to all the products on the market just some i915/i925 maiboards but their goes to prove again that INTEL does NOT quality test their products even 24 hours before packaging
5.PAT enabled chipsets overheating expensive memory from OCZ or Crucial
6. Now these chipsets also shipped without proper testing

They've made a habit using their customers as lab rats that do the testing for them .
 
 
0 #3 Bl0bb3r 2011-02-03 18:52
Also the TBL bug in Nehalem that didn't get any face time as opposed to Phenom I, which looked like an overreaction after intel published the errata.
 

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