The fix requires new hardware, which means you will have to
exchange your motherboard for a new one. Intel hasn’t posted any
instructions on how the recall will be handled other than to
contact Intel via its support page or contact the manufacturer of
your hardware directly. In speaking with motherboard manufacturers
it seems they are as surprised by this as I am.
Intel will begin shipping the fixed version of the chipset in late
February. The recall will reduce Intel’s revenue by around $300
million and cost around $700 million to completely repair and
replace affected systems.
Hardware bugs are expensive.