Reviews and Problems with Intel DP67BG P67-Express
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Intel DP67BG P67-Express Motherboard
19 January 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: Excellent slot layout, NVIDIA SLI support, Enthusiast features: POST code readout, power and reset buttons, sequential-LED progress display, The Skull, Very fine control of up to 4 PWM fans, No floppy or IDE ports cluttering things up. FINALLY., Back to BIOS recovery button
Cons: Immature BIOS limits overclocking, Text-based BIOS where competitors are moving to a graphical BIOS, No floppy or IDE ports. Time to upgrade that optical drive., Only 6 SATA ports
Conclusion: All-in-all, I find Intel's DP67BG motherboard to be a decent performer that produced good results in all of our benchmarks. The motherboard is designed to showcase the unlocked potential of the Sandy Bridge processors and it shows. When matched with an Intel Core i7-2600K processor, the DP67BG motherboard really flies, producing excellent results in all of our tests.