At the tune of over a billion dollars, INTEL's issues with Sandy Bridge have finally been taken care of. The issue with production has been sorted out and Sandy Bridge's little sidekick, Cougar Point, has been fixed up and is rolling off the assembly lines with properly working SATA ports. At the same time, companies are now fulfilling their RMA duties to all owners of previous boards. But the question remains, did anything change besides the chipset on the board?
To answer that question, we took GIGABYTE's original GA-P67A-UD4 and the new "B3 Revision" GA-P67A-UD4. We unboxed both and compared the bundle and the boards themselves. Was there anything different? The video will tell you in full!