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Still possible to buy ASUS P8P67 Pro despite recall?

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February 11, 2011 5:20:12 PM

Hello all,

I am a new member, just joining up today because I have an important question to ask.

I know all about the Intel Sandy Bridge chipset recall that happened recently, but I am still looking to purchase the ASUS P8P67 Pro motherboard if possible. I purchased all the parts to build a new computer for my boss at work, including the i5-2500k, and unfortunately my order for the ASUS P8P67 Pro was cancelled due to the recall. I tried purchasing the motherboard from other resellers with no success.

The reason why it is so important to find this motherboard now is because everything I've heard says that motherboards with the fixed chipset won't likely start shipping till April, and that is too far away for us. I'm being requested to build this computer as soon as possible, and I don't believe April will cut it.

I was hoping that someone knew of a place where I still may be able to purchase this motherboard, or even the P8P67 Deluxe. I'm willing to deal with the replacement process later down the road, but this computer is only going to have SATA ports 0 & 1 in use because all it will have is an optical drive and one hard drive. If I recall correctly, it's only the other SATA ports that are effected by the degradation over time.

I'd appreciate any help i can get on the matter! Thanks all for your time :) 

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February 11, 2011 5:52:43 PM

You might try posting a WTB wanted to buy on ebay.
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February 15, 2011 8:59:40 AM

Check out PCSPECIALIST. They were still on sale a couple of days ago.

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February 15, 2011 10:00:29 PM

I'm in the same boat, have every part but the fricking motherboard. Here I am waiting around like a fool hoping they come out soon. I have looked EVERYWHERE. They are on Ebay but none of the ones I want are for sale. I am only connecting a HDD and DVD drive so i could care less about the other 4 sata ports and don't want to wait another month. This sucks, thanks Intel.
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February 16, 2011 1:24:16 AM

williammeis said:
I'm in the same boat, have every part but the fricking motherboard. Here I am waiting around like a fool hoping they come out soon. I have looked EVERYWHERE. They are on Ebay but none of the ones I want are for sale. I am only connecting a HDD and DVD drive so i could care less about the other 4 sata ports and don't want to wait another month. This sucks, thanks Intel.

lol i was in the same boat but i took the cpu+mobo off my old friends computer ^^ (i had every part but the cpu+mobo)
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February 16, 2011 9:38:45 PM

overclockers.co.uk has all of the boards in stock and just warns that they may have issues. Ran me 112 pounds for the MSI P67A-GD65 Intel P67 and 25 pounds for shipping. Something like $225 I don't remember, but ya they got em'! it will be here monday
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February 24, 2011 5:43:29 AM

Nightstalk3rs said:
Hello all,

I am a new member, just joining up today because I have an important question to ask.

I know all about the Intel Sandy Bridge chipset recall that happened recently, but I am still looking to purchase the ASUS P8P67 Pro motherboard if possible. I purchased all the parts to build a new computer for my boss at work, including the i5-2500k, and unfortunately my order for the ASUS P8P67 Pro was cancelled due to the recall. I tried purchasing the motherboard from other resellers with no success.

The reason why it is so important to find this motherboard now is because everything I've heard says that motherboards with the fixed chipset won't likely start shipping till April, and that is too far away for us. I'm being requested to build this computer as soon as possible, and I don't believe April will cut it.

I was hoping that someone knew of a place where I still may be able to purchase this motherboard, or even the P8P67 Deluxe. I'm willing to deal with the replacement process later down the road, but this computer is only going to have SATA ports 0 & 1 in use because all it will have is an optical drive and one hard drive. If I recall correctly, it's only the other SATA ports that are effected by the degradation over time.

I'd appreciate any help i can get on the matter! Thanks all for your time :) 


Hello, I am based in Singapore but I have the Asus P8P67 Pro Motherboard. Its about 3 weeks old but I am willing to sell it because it does not work with my new graphics card. Do let me know. Thanks.
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