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Intel's Sandy Bridge Recall (motherboards with SATA II bug)

Subject: Intel's Sandy Bridge Recall (motherboards with SATA II bug)

From: David Dresden

Date: 1 Feb, 2011 19:45:07

Message: 1 of 1

If anyone has a Sandy Bridge computer, please read this announcement from Intel on their website:

http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/sb/CS-032263.htm

Basically, the 3 GB/sec SATA II ports eventually will experience degraded performance over time. They have issued a recall for ALL Sandy Bridge motherboards, which means you will not be able to buy Sandy Bridge computers for a long, long time.

Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking, Inc., has a solution to the SATA II hardware problem, and has made this solution available to its Solution Partners. Not only will you be able to still obtain Sandy Bridge computers, you will be able to run them at 5.0 GHz and WITHOUT the SATA II issue.

For more information about this important announcement, visit the http://www.LiquidNitrogenOverclocking.com website.

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