ASUS P8P67 LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 ATX DDR3 2400 Motherboards P8P67 PRO <REV 3.1> Review
Jean Olibrice, Amazon
8 September 2012
Summary: Outstanding product. Met all of my expectations. Just what I expect from a company like Asus. Running Intel core i7, 64 bit Windows 7 Ultimate, 32gb memory with all memory channels filled. No issues so far with this Mobo. Had to get it to recognize the 32gb memory at first. But no issues since.
Summary: It started out good but when it needed updates for the board it was a nightmare getting it back to work and it still dont read USB Drives as USB.Plus side easy to overclock and has usb 3.0 overall its worth the money.http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004ZJ14NE/ref=cm_cr_rev_prod_title
Summary: The processor did not line up with the side intake case vent by about 30% but this could be the case design so I did not want to list it as a CON.
Pros: Plenty of IO Runs cool and stable. Love the UEFI.
Cons: The right angle SATA connectors can be difficult to reach depending on your hard drive cage design. Would have liked another 4 pin variable speed fan connector for the front fan instead of three pin. See below
Summary: The G SKILL "Ripjaws" F3-12800CL9Q-16GBRL (4Gx4) I purchased with it works perfectly. I was worried that I should have purchased the Ripjaws X memory instead. I went with the I5 2400. With the Newegg discounts and rebates I did the upgrade for just at $405 including 16 gig of RAM.
Pros: This is a nice mother board at a nice price. It has plenty of bells and whistles. It is a quiet design. The Bios setup is fantastic. Quality is very high. It has plenty of SATA ports, USB ports and other features. And will even support RAID using hard drives greater than 2.2 tera bytes. If I grad...
Cons: 1. There have been three bios upgrades since this board was introduced in the Sring of 2011. The board I recieved was shipped with the original 0105 bios. Either my board set on a shelf somewhere for a year or they are still installing the 0105 bios. 2. The start up bios setup is amazing. You hav...
Summary: Board arrived DOA. Sent it RMA to newegg and they were no help basically saying it was my fault the board didn't work. They sent it back so I contacted ASUS. Their customer support is awful but they let me send it RMA again. It took them about 2 months but I finally received my board 4 days ago.
Pros: Nice board, UEFI bios works well and has a nice aesthetic.
Pros: This board performed well right out of the box, had no problems at all. From the time I built it to the moment I fired it up, till now. It has all the connection I need and more. It did have one minor glitch but the Asus tech support helped me through it. I have read many reviews on this board an...
Cons: Like I said in the Pros, there was a very minor glitch. I installed an aftermarket cooler and for some reason I when I went to wake up the pc, it did, but the screen was blank/ no signal. So I called asus and they helped me through it, the whole process took about ten min.
Summary: USB ports did not register upon installing my OS so could not continue with my installation. If this is happening to you guys simply connect an analog (PS/2) mouse and keyboard and it will work for you to get though the OS installation process, once this is done and you install the driver CD, then...
Pros: Great board. Love the BIOS very easy to navigate. (Very easy to overclock as well) Registered everything on first boot up. i5 2500k 16 GB Corsair RAM 1 TB HDD 60 GB SSD GTX 560 Ti Superclocked. DVD Drive
Cons: SATA!!!! I would strongly recommend connecting your SATA connections first. Being that they are upright, it was a HUGE hassle to connect all of my drives, but I did leave that until the end.