Intel will ship faulty 6 series chipsets for integration into PCs

After the pleas of some integrators who will see how their new models do not leave the factories due to the problem of Intel’s 6 series chipsets, they have decided to open their hands and send chipsets to those manufacturers that demonstrate that they only use in their integrations the chipset SATA 6gpbs ports.

These ports are free of the problem and therefore they are not a problem as long as the manufacturer guarantees that they are those and not other ports that are implemented in their integrated.

This may seem reasonable, especially as new chipsets won’t start arriving at integrators for a few days, but it may leave users uncertain whether their newly released machine meets the requirements or if later in the future it will meet the requirements. having trouble expanding the capacity of your PC because there are no more available SATA3 ports.

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