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
A few problems, but finally going well - easy to determine & solve problems.
Jay "JB", Amazon
22 February 2012
Summary: Purchase Date and Build dates: The P8P67 Pro 3.1 MB was purchased at amazon.com 02/04/2012. I installed it 02/15/2012 (Build start date): At this time, I finally had all my components. The ASUS MB was the last item to arrive that day and I was anxious to start - It came with the lowest bios revision (0105), to my surprise. The "Asus build date" was listed in the bios as 11/30/2011. Components for my System: PC Case - Fractal Design Define R3 Black ATX Mid Tower Case.
Summary: Ok I would give this mobo 5 stars but just my luck I receive a bad motherboard that did not even get past the post check before start up. Got to love amazons hassle free return policy they swap out the board. Second one show promising results.
Summary: I bought this motherboard to replace an aging (yet trusty) Asus P5W DH Deluxe and an Core 2 Q6600. The installation was simple with a few annoyances listed in the cons below. Overall I am very happy with this motherboard. Asus generally produced quality products, and the P8P67 Pro is an example of that. The overclocking options are many, and the EFI BIOS is really nice to navigate. There are also plenty of RAID options. Pros - Straight forward overclocking.
Summary: I bought this mobo back in April and was very hesitant even though the first revision (B2 version) was highly regarded among many tech sites and had glowing reviews on many websites. This board was in high demand when the SATA ports issue got resolved and Intel reissued new chipsets.
Summary: I purchased this motherboard in conjunction with an Intel Core i5-2500K Processor 3.3GHz 6 MB Cache Socket LGA1155 . I wanted a good motherboard with a lot of features that include the new SATAIII and one that would work well and fit dual video cards for when I upgrade down the road. I use this with a EVGA 580 GTX SC video card and a 1.5 TB HDD.
Summary: This board was purchased to be the basis for a near high-end gaming rig I was building. I say near, as I did not want to spend for the cost of bleeding-edge performance. After a lot of research I ultimately chose this board over the Asus P67 Sabertooth (wasn't sure about the need for the thermal armor) and a Asus P8P67 deluxe (did not need the extra LAN port or additional USB 3.0 ports).
Not sure what's giving me the problems...looking like it may be the MOBO
A. Mertlich "HDAnswers", Amazon
22 March 2011
Summary: Pros: Feature full. UEFI Bios 3 year manufacturer warranty Cons: Still has a buggy bios Experiencing occasional post errors and multiple boots. I like the board and all the features it comes with, not bad for the price and Asus is generally a reliable brand. However, my build is having some obvious issues associated with the motherboard (the multiple cold boots and failure to post) but I'm also running into some BSODs while running windows.