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Tuesday, 01 February 2011 18:23

Gigabyte pulls the brakes on Sandy Bridge

Written by Fudzilla staff


Stops shipping all 6-series motherboards
Gigabyte has halted all Sandy Bridge shipments and it's setting up an online program for all consumers who happened to buy a 6-series motherboard.

Gigabyte noted that the SATA issue would eventually affect about five percent of all users over the course of three years, so there doesn't to be much to worry about in the short term.

The company has set up call centres and users are advised to visit http://ggts.gigabyte.com for online support.
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