Yes, there is a defect in the 1155-socketed motherboards that disallow the SATA ports from living longer than a few months. Try to RMA the motherboard and tell them about the Intel recall and how you didn't know. They should replace it for you when they have fixed ones in stock.
RMA = Return Merchandise Authorization (basicly return your motherboard to the store you purchased it from).
O, but i didnt buy it yet. I bought everything except the MoBo, thats why im asking if theres another MoBo that will work with my setup. Something thats just as good if not better then the sandy Bridge?
To run the i7-2600K you need a motherboard with the 1155 socket (Sandy Bridge).
Edit: I suggest you wait until mid-April and buy a Sandy-Bridge board if you can wait until then because I think I speak for the entire community when I say that the i7-2600K is the best X4 processor on the market.
Neither CPU is a bottleneck in gaming, the 2500K is the better CPU but the PCIe x16/x16 in the LGA 1366/i7 930 is better especially in higher resolutions. Therefore, it goes back to the Chart I inserted above and availability i.e. your desire to 'wait'.
If I had a single HD monitor then I'd wait for the SB in the next 2~6 weeks.