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Asus P8Z68-V PRO

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Expert Review

3 September 2011
  • Conclusion: If price was not a deciding factor and the use of onboard video not essential (without a dedicated GPU) the Deluxe wins this battle hands down. But if you want the same performance at a lower cost while forgoing certain extras (listed below) and gaining the ability to use iGPU, then the Pro makes a lot more sense.
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Asus P8Z68-V PRO Motherboard Review

18 August 2011
  • Conclusion: Good things don’t come cheap but it sure is worth paying for, especially if your usage could benefit from the Z68 capability and also the available IO ports. Imagine this, a cheap RM 300 board with an Intel Core i7 2600K could cost about RM 1.3k or so. With this board it comes to about RM 1.6k as this board retails at about RM 670.
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Overall 7

Asus P8Z68-V Pro Motherboard

4 August 2011
  • Summary: Asus offers three variants of the Z68, all packing very similar design features except for slight differences in the bundle. The Asus P8Z68-V Pro retails for Rs.14,248, excluding taxes, which is a bit on the expensive side. It certainly offers better value when compared to the Gigabyte and ECS boards we tested based on the P67 chipset.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

6 July 2011
  • Conclusion: The last great feature of the Z68 I want to touch on is the SSD caching in the form of Intel’s Smart Response Technology. Basically ISRT allows you to add an SSD and use it as a cache for your existing HDD.  ISRT only works in RAID though, not AHCI or IDE, so you’ll have to reinstall Windows 7 on your HDD and set it up with RAID, unless you want to be greeted by BSOD galore.
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Overall 9

Asus P8Z68-V Pro Review

maximum pc
28 June 2011
  • Excerpt: When is a chipset truly a new chipset? That’s a question that many PC enthusiasts will ponder when they see the specs for Intel’s Z68 chipset, which is at the heart of the Asus P8Z68-V Pro board. For one thing, there’s no native USB 3.0, no additional PCI-E lanes (which are tied to the CPU anyway), and still the paltry two SATA 6Gb/s ports that Intel included with the original P67 chipset’s PCH chip.
  • Pros: Beautiful UEFI interface; Intel SRT and Virtu support.
  • Cons: Documentation on SRT and Virtu support lacking; no dual-link DVI support on integrated graphics.
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Overall 9

Expert Review

25 May 2011
  • Conclusion: Only those building extreme systems with three graphics cards, or power users who aren’t satisfied with running SLI/CrossFireX graphics cards in PCIe x8 mode, are likely to find anything wanting here. For most system builders, this midprice, full-featured motherboard is the one to beat if you’re building a cutting-edge system with a Socket 1155 processor.
  • Pros: Supports using integrated and dedicated graphics together with Lucid's Virtu tech, Excellent utilities, Built-in Bluetooth, Q-Connector simplifies installation
  • Cons: Dual graphics cards must run in x8 mode due to chipset limitations
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Tweak Town
23 May 2011
  • Excerpt: As the days go on we find ourselves with more and more Z68 based boards arriving in our labs for us to look at. The latest today is from ASUS and carries with it the P8Z68-V Pro model name.
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Overall 9
Value for money 9
Performance 10
Construction 9
Functionality 10
Appearance 9

ASUS P8Z68V PRO Motherboard

Benchmark Reviews
17 May 2011
  • Conclusion: Although we strive to be as objective as possible, any review will reflect to some extent the perceptions and biases of the reviewer. Also, keep in mind that the computer market is very volatile, and that today's killer super product can easily become yesterday's also-ran as the market competition changes. Don't base a purchase decision solely on this review, but use it as part of your research.
  • Pros: Can use integrated Sandy Bridge video and a discrete video card, Intel Smart Response technology boosts disk performance, EPU, TPU, and 12-phase power enable high and stable overclocks, Four SATA 6G and four USB 3.0 ports, Excellent UEFI BIOS implementation.
  • Cons: Single-latch DIMM sockets. I hate those., Virtu software still has some rough edges, NVIDIA Synergy not available yet, Paucity of PCI-E lanes
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ASUS P8Z68-V Pro Motherboard Review

Legit Reviews
16 May 2011
  • Summary: Today we put the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro up against a $300+ Intel P67 motherboard. The ASUS P8Z68-V Pro brought everything to the table, held nothing back and was able to outperform a board that retails for nearly 50% more!
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ASUS P8Z68-V Pro

16 May 2011
  • Conclusion: The Intel Z68 Express chipset is really what Intel should have brought to the market when the Sandy Bridge was launched. While the P67 is by no means a bad chip, its inability to access the integrated graphics Quick Sync feature frustrated many people. Now, if Quick Sync wasn’t as efficient in transcoding or the visual quality was not good, then it wouldn’t be such a big deal, but Quick Sync is damn good, if not the best hardware assisted transcoding tool out there.
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