ASUS P8P67 Pro

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1 Bjorn3D
"Sandy Bridge has been tantalizing the tech world ever since it was announced at IDF 2010 in September. Motherboard manufacturers have been providing sneak previews of their motherboards to build up the exciting leading to today’s launch. We've published previews of the GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD4, GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7, and ASUS P8P67 family. Finally, we can unveil the true performance of the Sandy Bridge and show full details of the boards."
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2 PureOC
"The P8P67 Pro features ASUS' new Digi+ VRM power design, which combines the advantages of analog and digital, delivering less switching delay and power loss. This should prove far more adept with the new Turbo and overclocking features (more on those a bit later in this review). In addition, there is more detailed power control now available in ASUS ' AI Suite II software (more on that shortly as well)."
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3 Tech Report
"Asus has adjusted the fiber weave used to make the circuit board, rotating the pattern slightly to reduce the size of the gaps that individual traces must traverse. This change purportedly results in better signal delivery, which, like most minor tweaks to materials and components, is said to improve stability when overclocking."
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4 ProClockers
"The first motherboard we will take a look at is the P8P67 Pro, which will be ASUS’ performance motherboard for users on a budget, or in other words a top-shelf mainstream board. In the lineup it falls just under the Deluxe but above the EVO. The P8P67 Pro holds a few similarities to the P7P55 Deluxe we reviewed here, looks is the only thing they have in common."
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5 OCWorkbench
"In terms of features, the ASUS P8P67pro comes with Dual intelligent Processors (DIGI + VRM) which helps in the stability of the system. The TPU/EPU also helps it to be energy efficient. In fact, the most important change is the EFI BIOS that brings GUI control to it. ASUS BT!"
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6 PC Perspective
"This motherboard is the first I've tested with the P67 chipset, and I couldn't have been more pleased with the overall features and overclocking prowess of the P8P67 Pro. ASUS seamlessly integrated their own unique modifications and third-party software with Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture as well as their P67 chipset."
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7 X-Bit Labs
"We like ASUS's approach to developing products. Instead of building something from scratch, they add new features to the existing and time-tested functionality core. The P8P67 Pro is good in almost every aspect: starting with the useful accessories, and finishing with the rich and flexible EFI BIOS settings."
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8 TechPowerUp
"Bridging the gap from mainstream to enthusiast product lines, the ASUS P8P67 PRO is a natural fighter, built to meet the needs of almost any user. Featuring ASUS' new DIGI+ VRM, and several other uncommon features, and seeking to beat up the competition, the ASUS P8P67 PRO arrives on our testbench, ready for battle."
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9 Hardware Secrets
"Even though the Intel Z68 chipset is out there, motherboards based on the Intel P67 continue to be attractive options for systems based on Intel socket 1155 CPUs. In fact, according to ASUS, the sales of P67-based motherboards are still outperforming those of Z68-based products. ASUS offers a wide range of motherboards based on this chipset, and today we are going to take a look at the P8P67 PRO model, which is a top mid-range model (or entry high-end model, depending on your point of view)."
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10 RBMods
"This board can be picked up for around 150$ which is a fair price for a overclocking board. It has plenty of features when it comes to overclocking, and its bundled with various hardware features like SATA 3GB and 6GB, USB3 etc etc."
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11 PCStats
"The ASUS P8P67 Pro motherboard is a pretty standard platform with a good feature set, ideal for mainstream overclockers and gamers. Along with the dual PCI Express x16 slots for x8/x8 SLI/Crossfire, ASUS include SATA III, USB 3.0, a powered eSATA port for external storage devices, integrated Bluetooth v2.1 ( particularly unique and handy for smart phone interfacing ), 8-channel audio with DTS Surround and a whack of proprietory ASUS stuff that's guaranteed to glaze your eyes over."
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