Gigabyte P67A-UD4

Gigabyte P67A-UD4 @ HardOCP

“The P67A-UD4 features a design that we have come to expect from the higher end component manufacturers, clean, sleek, and spacious. While the power components and chipset are passively cooled, in testing we found that they really didn’t get that hot. The board revision is located in the upper right corner of the board, while the serial number is located on a white sticker along the outside edge of the 24-pin ATX power connector.”

Foxconn P67A-S

Foxconn P67A-S @ TechRadar

“Foxconn’s P67A-S is a no-nonsense ATX board that doesn’t offer much in the way of frills and extras. In fact there is so much free PCB real estate you can hear the tumbleweed blowing through it. But it does mean all the components have plenty of room around them. The only exception to this is the placing of the passive heatsink over the MOSFETS, which may cause problems with overly large third party coolers because it’s pretty close to the CPU socket.”


Asus P8P67M-Pro @ TechRadar

“Despite that small size, Asus has managed to pack pretty much all the mainstream user requires of a motherboard these days into the P8P67M-Pro; a full complement of DDR3 memory slots, SATA 6Gbps and SATA 3Gbps support, USB 3.0, integrated Gigabit Ethernet and eight-channel audio.”


MSI P67A-GD55 @ Think Computers

“I’m sure you have been loaded with Intel Sandy Bridge news and reviews all this month. We posted our first Sandy Bridge review on the CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 4000 Intel P67 Sandy Bridge System, then the Intel Core i5-2500K LGA 1155 “Sandy Bridge” Processor, so check those our if you haven’t already. Today we are going to be taking a look at our first Sandy Bridge motherboard the P67A-GD55 from MSI.”

Sapphire Pure Black X58

Sapphire Pure Black X58 @ OC Club

“Overclocking the Sapphire Pure Black X58 initially was met with a lot of failed boot attempts until I figured that the voltages needed were a bit different from the values I’ve needed in the past. Not so much different but one in particular that I had never really needed to adjust before was the IOH/ICH I/O voltage. This voltage helped bring stability to my overclock at 210 x 20. The board could boot up to a bclock of 218Mhz and make it into windows at 214Mhz but good long-term stability was only reached at a bclock of 210. This of course done using air cooling.”


MSI P67A-GD65 @ LegitReviews

“The MSI P67A-GD65 is the next motherboard to come across the Legit Reviews Intel Sandy Bridge test bench. Our first article featured the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe as well as the ASUS P8P67. Both of these boards did a bang up job and set the bar high. This will give the MSI P67A-GD65 P67 based motherboard something to strive for.”

Zotac H67-ITX

Zotac H67-ITX @ Tech Report

“Zotac’s H67 ITX has beaten them all to the punch—or at least to the Benchmarking Sweatshop. As its name implies, the board gets a dose of next-gen Intel HD Graphics thanks to its use of the H67 Express chipset. It also has all the goodies that made us smitten with previous Zotac designs: a PCI Express x16 slot for discrete graphics cards, the ability to accept standard desktop memory modules, and more integrated peripherals than one might expect from such a small motherboard.”

Intel DH67BL & ECS H67H2-M

Intel DH67BL & ECS H67H2-M @ Au-Ja!

“You want to use Intel’s new Sandy Bridge CPUs including their graphics core? Then you’ll have to buy a mainboard based on Intel’s chipset H67. While Intel’s own DH67BL is quite cheap and pretty basic, the ECS H67H2-M offers a lot more features for a few more bucks. Both motherboards use a micro ATX design and both offer SATA 6 Gb/s as well as USB 3.0. But only one of these is worth buying…”

ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution

ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution @ TweakTown

“This is what ASUS has done; as we told you before, they are designing all of their new boards to handle a much higher power and thermal envelope from the beginning. This means that you should be able to get some pretty impressive clocks out of even your basic boards. With that in mind, we are cracking open the box on one of our favourite lines of ASUS motherboards. This is the WS line; we have the P8P67 WS Revolution sitting on the test bench all ready to go.”

Foxconn P67A-S

Foxconn P67A-S @ FunkyKit

“The Foxconn P67A-S is aimed and targeted at the higher-end of the mainstream market, and comes with some suprising features which are normally found on higher-end enthusiast motherboards. These include solid capacitors, digital PWM, a 2-digit debug diagnostic LEDs, as well as onboard power-on and reset buttons.”