HYD Vs CHA | Round 4 - Match 71 Nov 12, 2019
HYD 126/5 (19.0)
RAJ Vs VID | Round 4 - Match 66 Nov 12, 2019
RAJ 58/0 (4.0)
JHA Vs SIK | Round 4 - Match 69 Nov 12, 2019
JHA 65/2 (9.5)
JK Vs ODS | Round 4 - Match 60 Nov 12, 2019
ODS 40/1 (5.0)
PUD Vs MUM | Round 4 - Match 72 Nov 12, 2019
PUD 47/2 (6.5)
BEN Vs HAR | Round 4 - Match 67 Nov 12, 2019
HAR 126/5 (17.1)
Latest News on Cougar Point
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Cougar Point - Total results - 8
May 09, 2011
ECS P67H2-A - Features AbundantP67 motherboard with a ton of features but an overclockers' nightmare
Apr 04, 2011
Lenovo IdeaPad Z570: Style Comes CheapNow, with lower prices, come more features and better designs!
Feb 28, 2011
Gigabyte Goes B3 with Updated 6-Series MotherboardsFollowing Intel’s announcement towards the end of last month about the flaw in their Cougar Point chipsets for the Sandy Bridge processors, motherboard manufacturers have been hard at work working out replacements and trying to find a way to get the updated B3-Stepping motherboards, which fix the SATA issue, out. MSI and ASUS started shipping their B3 motherboards out recently and now Gigabyte has joined in on the act.
Feb 25, 2011
MSI and ASUS begin Shipping Updated 6-series ChipsetsThe fixed Cougar Points will soon hit town ahead of schedule.
Feb 19, 2011
Is Intel Making Ivy Bridge Backwards Compatible?Intel's new 22nm processors will still work on Socket 1155 motherboards.
Feb 12, 2011
Sandy Bridge Powered Apple MacBook Air Likely SoonThe whole Intel Sandy Bridge fiasco with the SATA issues with the Cougar Point chipsets hasn’t only hit Intel and its motherboard vendors.
Feb 09, 2011
Intel's Shipping Out the Faulty 6-Series Chipsets Again!Intel announced a few days ago that their 6-series chipsets were faulty, and that it’d cause them a loss of around $1 billion thanks to replacements and lost Sandy Bridge sales.
Feb 01, 2011
Intel Stands to Lose $1 Billion over Faulty Sandy Bridge ChipsetsThe problematic "Cougar Point", a support component is expected to cause huge losses to Intel.