Summary: This is the top-of-the-line solution in Asus’ Intel P67 Express based family. Only this one model features the full set of functions: deluxe accessories bundle, enhanced processor voltage regulator, integrated Bluetooth module, eSATA and Power eSATA ports, USB 3.0 on the back panel with an option to be connected to the front panel, IEEE1394 (FireWire) and two Gigabit network controllers.
Summary: The ASUS P8P67 Deluxe is slightly ahead of the Pro model we reviewed way back in January, during the launch of the Sandy Bridge and Cougar Point chipset. On the surface you may be thinking all that with the Deluxe, all you are getting extra over the Pro is the added SuperSpeed front panel and a few more power phases.
Summary: The ASUS P8P67 Deluxe is an extremely flexible, feature-packed motherboard that delivers solid performance whether with stock settings or when overclocked.
The ASUS P8P67 Deluxe motherboard is a solid choice for users who want great flexibility when building a system. The layout is very good and all the major components are easily accessible. ASUS implemented not only a cool looking heatsink design but is also extremely functional because of its low profile height. ...
Pros: DDR3 Support up to 2200 (O.C.), ASUS EPU Energy Saving processor, 16+ 2 DIGI+ VRM, ASUS BT GO!, Intel P67 Performance Chipset, Onboard ON/OFF, Reset and Clear CMOS buttons, Quad SATA 6 Gb/s ports with Dual RAID support, USB 3.0 via NEC controller, Front Panel USB 3.0 External drive, Low-profile Heatsink Design, SLI/CrossFireX Capable, Dual Gigabit LAN, MemOK!, CrashFree BIOS, TPU Auto-tuning Performance Boost, ASUS AI Suite II Software, Excellent Overclocking Capabili...
Summary: I have to say that my experiences with the P8P67 Deluxe were outstanding. My experiences with the board were flawless from start to finish with no problems or issues of note, or otherwise. At the time of this writing supplies of LGA1155 motherboards are still scarce thanks to the Intel P67 Express chipset recall,so it’s hard to say exactly when you’ll be able to lay your hands on one of these. However stock should be available soon.
Summary: ASUS has a ton of P8P67 variants. Some are light on features, some aren’t. The P8P67 Deluxe is certainly anything but light on features but how does it perform? How does it stack up in the sea of recent P67 Express based boards?
Excerpt: One thing about the Sandy Bridge launch that has been different about any other CPU launch that I have covered has been how many motherboards were launched at the same time. I was shocked at the number that came in even before the CPUs arrived. Still, it is a good thing in most respects as it gives you plenty of choices unlike a few other CPU launches that I can think of.
[Review] ASUS P8P67 Deluxe – Fully Loaded Mid-Range
3 February 2011
Conclusion: The P8P67 Deluxe has an amazing array of features and great components integrated. The software ASUS has added makes overclocking simpler than ever with virtually no input from the user required. They have opted to use dedicated ICs across the board, from TPU and EPU, to Intel Ethernet to boost performance of the CPU and memory.
Conclusion: ASUS's P8P67 Deluxe is a feature-packed Sandy Bridge motherboard that's well-styled, well laid out and generally a joy to use. The UEFI BIOS is a noteworthy upgrade and the board offers impressive overclocking performance with standard air cooling. Fetching £170 at retail, the board's abundance of features will appeal to those who want to cover all bases.