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i have held some new on Intel LGA1155 have problem with all the motherboard, is that true. Is my Asus MaximusIV Extereme affected?
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Yes, there is a recall by Intel for those chips.  Apparently Intel should have the fixed chips available sometime in April 2011.

If you registered your board you should be receiving a recall notice.

It is a long term issue affecting the 3GB/s motherboard sata ports, so if you happen to be only using the 6GB/s ports (doubtful, but never know), you shouldn't be affected.

A couple of relevant discussions:

http://www.computer-juice.com/forums/f43/sandy-bridge-lga1155-chipset-recall-31411/
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/cougar-point-sandy-bridge-sata-error,12108.html

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