Intel recognizes the C220 and 8-series chip defects, problems will be resolved through the replacement of the C2 Stepping

Apr

7

2013

Intel recognizes the C220 and 8-series chip defects, problems will be resolved through the replacement of the C2 Stepping
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The 8 series PCH problems finally have the solution.

Intel issued a notification that the C220 and 8-series PCH chip replaced from C1 to C2 Stepping.

Will be the Haswell processor was published in June 8 series chip came earlier some flaws, Intel intends to replace Stepping processing, means that new C2 Stepping will help to solve the earlier USB 3.0 (in S3/U3 mode) and off the hard drive and other issues.

Intel is quite rare before the release of the wafer Stepping through Daily Summary the way, notice the update issue.

C2 and C1 Stepping is not much difference, mainly to resolve some of the existing problems, but for some stocking motherboard makers, this may be a difficult project.

C2 stepping of the samples will be shipped on April 19 to the various partners, the impact of product line includes desktop Z87, Q87, Q85, H87, B85; server C222, C224; workstation C226 notebook QM87, HM87, HM86 and other products.

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Compared to the 6 series chip at the factory after full recovery, this time Intel and partners first problem solving allow consumers in the purchase slightly at ease.

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