Should I build or RMA Tags: CPUs Build Motherboards Last response: February 1, 2011 1:19 PM in CPUs Share valliant13 February 1, 2011 12:57:23 PM So All my parts are in transit to my house for today except go figure the motherboard. Which will be here tomorrow. It's an SB setup 2500k asus p8p67 motherboard ect ect. My friend sent me the link to the recall and then told me to look at newegg while laughing at me for jumping so quickly to get an SB chipset. My question is, should i just rma it now, or build anyways and wait for april to get a replacement board? More about : build rma hunter315 a c 134 à CPUs a b V Motherboard February 1, 2011 1:18:06 PM What would you RMA it for? Another board with a bad SATA II controller? Wait until the replacement boards come in in April and then send it back in, but until then you can have a fully functional system. valliant13 February 1, 2011 1:19:12 PM i was just going to rma it for my money back and wait. But after some reading some and now your reply I'll just build and send back. thanks Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhen to RMA : should i glue parts? Refund or Replace? ForumShould I RMA my graphics card? ForumShould I RMA my FX-8120? ForumShould I RMA my PSU? ForumShould I RMA my motherboard ForumShould I RMA my RAM? ForumShould I RMA motherboard? ForumShould I RMA my 4870X2? Forum(Update: RMA ) FreezerPro7 came w/o paste; should I use OLD AS5 tube? ForumASUS Sabertooth z77 - One PCI-e slot not recognizing video card, RMA ? ForumShouls i RMA my 5 hours old card? 7970 ForumEVGA RMA . Rust considered physical damage? Being charged $40 for RMA ForumVisionTek Radeon 6870 - 2nd RMA for Overheating ForumNeed some input before I RMA another component. ForumNewegg Fast To Rma But quick to blame? ForumRMA and Return Policy ForumThermaltake 850w PCI-E question Forum[Solved] Should i upgrade from an phenom 9600 to an i3 Forum[Solved] 700W ok for 2500k/p8p67/2x4gb/gtx560 build? ForumShould I upgrade my CPU? More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !