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Asus P8P67 LE
6.3 out of 10

Asus P8P67 LE

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Reviews and Problems with Asus P8P67 LE

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Five Stars

Amazon Customer, Amazon
27 November 2015
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User Review

David W., Newegg
17 January 2013
  • Pros: Great motherboard, no problems. Fast and effective!
  • Cons: None
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Gets the Job

Christopher R., Newegg
18 November 2012
  • Pros: Does what I need it to. Shoulda waited a bit longer for a better board, but this board does what I need it to, and does it well.
  • Cons: Computer runs, me happy. No cons.
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Nice Transision Board

Gary K., Newegg
26 February 2012
  • Summary: Just thought I'd put up a review of this even if it is discontinued. As noted, this does have a lot of connection options and I've had some customers that don't want to go full force into all new parts.
  • Pros: This is a nice board for those with any of the "legacy" devices hanging around (i.e., IDE optical/hard drives etc). Haven't had any problems w those that I've installed and is decently roomy
  • Cons: Is discontinued on the Egg as I type.
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Good overclockable board

LYUDMILA K., Newegg
1 February 2012
  • Summary: i5-2500K BIOS settings for those who interested: PLL overvoltage - disabled Load-line calibration - disabled Spread spectrum - disabled Speedstep - enabled Multiplier - 16-33. Turbo multiplier-47.
  • Pros: Supports latest Intel CPUs, have tools and chips to support automatic overclock and power savings. I achieved 103MHz BCLK, and 4.841GHz on i5-2500K.
  • Cons: BIOS manual overclock options are tricky to figure out. Automatic overclock gives different results depending on runtime, but it is good if you are not into manual tinkering.
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All I need

Jeffrey S., Newegg
9 December 2011
  • Pros: Works great! Asus is the only brand I have or ever will buy!
  • Cons: Does not have a place to hook up my USB 3 cord from my case, or at least that I could find. I really hate reaktek audio software that comes with it.
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Great board

Scott M., Newegg
2 December 2011
  • Pros: Great board, didn't have that many problems setting it up. Pretty colorful too, and looks great under my UV led fans.
  • Cons: Only issue I had is that it did not detect my hard drive as a bootable device, even though it is. Had to dig through the settings to set that up.
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User Review

Stephanie D., Newegg
17 November 2011
  • Summary: Good performance at a decent price
  • Pros: This is a pretty awesome motherboard - has connections for pretty much everything you could want, BIOS is easy to use and navigate and has a lot of options for OC'ing and auto-tuning. had no problems at all with my 16GB of Corasir Vengeance RAM, although the MemOK! feature is there if you need it...
  • Cons: When I first powered on my system with this board installed, it hung at a screen saying "Marvell 88se61xx adapter Initializing...." and would not go any farther. Figured out that this chip didn't like my IDE DVD burner; i unplugged it and it booted up just fine. I'm sure there is a setting in the...
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Simple and Does the Trick

Tim P., Newegg
2 November 2011
  • Summary: PCIe 16x is 4x when you get a second card, but I am not planning on doing that.
  • Pros: 6GBs and USB 3 and Ultra DMA (IDE). I wanted to keep my DVD burner on IDE and this was a perfect fit It also has eSata port to go with 2 USB 3 ports on the back. I always like Asus baords. This one doesn't have too many extra features, but it does what I need.
  • Cons: None
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User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
14 October 2011
  • Pros: Reasons for buying: I wanted the P67 chipset with ATX form ASUS makes good motherboards This was the cheapest one Works great.
  • Cons: none
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