I am planning to buy a DP67BG motherboard for Intel Core i5-2500K processor from a neighborhood store. How do I know by just having a look the motherboard box that it is a 'post conversion material?' I do not know want to get in the hassle of trying to get the motherboard replaced later.
Also, I am aware of the following points listed in the product change notification 110456-00:
I confirm the new, correct boards come with "B3" at the end of the product code, and the Altered Assembly Number (AA #) ends a different number, too; in the case of the Intel(R) Desktop Board DP67BG, that'd be G10491-303; see the following URL for more details:
Is the DP67BG "B3" revision available in the USA? I contacted Intel about getting a replacement for my DP67BG and they gave me an RMA number and also instructed me to send my board to an Intel Return center in Kentucky. I was told I should receive my new board in about 4 or 5 days after they receive my returned board in Kentucky. Is this true? I don't see any DP6BG boards for sale anywhere in the USA yet.
The board is available in Bangalore, as in S.P Road. I am also buying the same board and its readily available.
shop name: Bangalore computers, SP Road. Bangalore
I confirm it is true you should receive your new board after the Warranty Return Center in Kentucky receives your affected board. The correct board models may not be in stock, and this is why the delay.
As for "[you not seeing] any [Intel(R) Desktop Board DP67BG] for sale anywhere in the USA, yet", you may want to check with any of our Intel(R) Authorized Distributors: