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MSI looks to help out customers bitten by Intel's 6 Series chipset bug

Intel has a huge blunder on its hands with the SATA issues on its Sandy Bridge chipsets and board manufacturers are quickly being sucked into the mess as well. MSI has just sent over info to us for customers that have already bought its Sandy Bridge-based products:

MSI encourages end users who want to return their MSI Intel P67 and H67 motherboards or affected gaming notebooks, to contact the original place of purchase for more details on the return or refund policy.  Alternatively, end users can register their Intel 6 Series notebook or motherboard with MSI by April 30, 2011 at us.msi.com/snb_replacement to be eligible for the following options.

1.     HM67 gaming notebooks: End users are eligible to receive an upgrade to MSI’s next generation gaming notebook upon its availability.

2.     P67 and H67 motherboards: End users are eligible for a replacement with the new B3 stepping of the Intel 6 series motherboard when it is available in channel.

3.     Shipping: To make the replacement as smooth as possible, MSI will provide end users with a UPS 3 Day shipping label for returns, and will deliver the brand new item by UPS 3 Day shipping, both at no cost.



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