ASUS P8P67 Deluxe

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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."
2 PureOC
"The P8P67 Deluxe model builds upon the Pro and adds a few more impressive features, but again much will look familiar. The box for the P8P67 Deluxe follows the entire linup with a sleek, dark aesthetic here with a predominantly black exterior design. Some basic information adorns the front of the box, while the rear conveys plenty of information on the features and specifications of the P8P67 Deluxe."
3 Legit Reviews
"The first motherboard is the entry level ASUS P8P67. The ASUS P8P67 features USB3, SATA6, and CrossfireX support. The second board is the top tier of the ASUS P8P67 series, the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe has all the features of the ASUS P8P67 plus SLI, a 16+2 phase power design and more! How will it perform against the Intel P55 system? Read on to find out!"
4 Neoseeker
"The ASUS P8P67 Deluxe is an ATX sized motherboard that uses high quality components such as solid Japanese capacitors, a robust 16+2 phase architecture, heatsinks on both the MOSFET and chipset, and a feature called "Dual Intelligent Processors 2 - DIGI+ VRM". The Dual Intelligent Processors 2 design consists of a Energy Processing Unit that automatically monitors the entire system's power consumption, and a TurboV Processing Unit that gives superior performance for any task."
5 TBreak
"Of all the motherboards tested, the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe was the most elegant looking one, with the most stable and quiet operations of them all. Not once did I get a failed POST, and hence Windows 7 trying to repair itself. On any of my over-enthusiastic overclocked settings, the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe would figure out itself what went wrong and clock down to default speeds, without me even having to hit the Clear CMOS button."
6 OCAholic
"The ASUS P8P67 Deluxe is very comfortable regarding Overclocking. If you try to get some more performance via the BIOS this is quite simple. One reason for this is the very nice EFI-BIOS. Another is that the BIOS has also been very well structured and it's also forgiving if you chose settings which do not work."
7 Hardware OC
"After the Core i7 2600k review we’ll show you the used board, the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe. In the article you can see the new EFI bios, the overclocking features and the actually bugs. Also 2 videos has been uploaded."
8 iXBT Labs
"We got the top-end P8P67 Deluxe for review. This quite expensive solution should give you an idea of what the entire series has to offer. It might be not as top-end as the extreme ROG of TUF boards, prices of which are not proportional to functionality. The P8P67 Deluxe is a kind of "regular high-end" solution that you may consider buying, if you actually need all the features it has to offer."
9 Hexus
"Launched as one of the Taiwanese manufacturer's nine available P67 models, the P8P67 Deluxe touts high-end features at a sub-£200 price point. Based on Intel's P67 chipset, the board supports your choice of LGA1155 processors across the Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 product lines and targets users who are planning on employing a third-party graphics solution."
10 X-Bit Labs
"This is the top-of-the-line solution in Asus’ Intel P67 Express based family. Only this one model features the full set of functions: deluxe accessories bundle, enhanced processor voltage regulator, integrated Bluetooth module, eSATA and Power eSATA ports, USB 3.0 on the back panel with an option to be connected to the front panel, IEEE1394 (FireWire) and two Gigabit network controllers."