Sapphire PURE Black P67 Hydra

Sapphire PURE Black P67 Hydra @ ProClockers

“The layout of the PURE P67 is one that looks as if something was missing. However, with just a look at the list of features on the PURE P67 and you will see that it is one of the more complete motherboards on the market. USB 3.0 and SATA III( with additional 2 port controller) are just the smallest bit of the options list, but it goes beyond that. How does Bluetooth and Lucid technology sound?”

ASUS E35M1-M Pro

ASUS E35M1-M Pro @ TechSpot

“Admittedly the Atom processors were still pretty sluggish by desktop standards commanded by quad-core CPUs of the time, but they allowed manufacturers like Asus to build the highly successful line of Eee netbooks, and the dozens if not hundreds of low-powered, low-cost systems that followed behind. The initial Atom “Diamondville” architecture suffered from some inadequacies as it relied on the older 945G chipset for most of its features, including the graphics engine.”

ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional

ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional @ ProClockers

“Yes, the ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional has a lot of features that we have not seen in a motherboard before, the most unique of which would be the Fatal1ty Mouse Port. What it does is allow you to adjust the designated USB port to whatever polling rate you wish, from 125 Hz to 1000Hz, which means you could even use the same polling of 500Hz that Fatal1ty uses. As this is just one of the many aspects of the motherboard, follow along and we will give you the full skinny on this new and exciting ASRock review.”

Gigabyte P67A-UD4

Gigabyte P67A-UD4 @ OCAholic

“Totally you’ll find four fan headers on the Gigabyte P67A-UD4 which is enough to provide a well equipped midrange or even a high-end-system with fresh air. The fanheaders are located around the CPU and their also spread over the whole board which makes them easily accessible from any position in an enclosure.”

ASUS Sabertooth P67

ASUS Sabertooth P67 @ OCAholic

“Totally ASUS provided the Sabertooth P67 with eight angled SATA ports which should be enough for any office PC or gaming system. Unfortunately you won’t find practical onboard power- and reset-buttons. ASUS also didn’t equip the P67 Sabertooth with a debug display which would have been useful if you should once have issues with one of the components in your system.”

Gigabyte G1 Assassin

Gigabyte G1 Assassin @ OC3D

“There is no doubt that Gigabyte have played the Military theme to the maximum. The southbridge heat-sink is particularly impressive being a perfect replica of a 7.62 magazine. The power phase cooling is staring down the barrel of a gun. So good is this that the warning that the heatsink cannot be assembled into a gun must be useful for any customs checks.”

Gigabyte X58-USB3

Gigabyte X58-USB3 @ Think Computers

“With the release of the Sandy Bridge processors and Intel’s P67 chipset you may think that X58 systems are done with, but they are really not. If you are a hardcore gamer or PC enthusiast who wants to get the most out of their CPU the X58 platform is still your best bet. It is also the only platform to support triple channel memory and Intel’s Core i7 processors. The thing that holds many people back from getting a X58 system is the price of the components.”



“There is a very compact distribution, giving priority to the variety over quantity, as in the plate we have different connection ports and interfaces such as SATA 2 ports, two memory slots for DDR3, PCIe x16 port, audio high definition and RJ-45 LAN port. Much of the motherboard is occupied by the LGA 1156 socket with the power phases that are not massive but enough for the processor to operate with its normal frequency and even overclock.”


ECS P67H2-A @ PC Per

“ECS really listened to gamers and the enthusiast community when they designed the P67H2-A. Users wanted the ability to use GPUs from AMD and NVIDIA together so they wouldn’t have to buy new graphics cards for SLI or CrossfireX so ECS added Hydra Core technology. We proved the Lucid Hydra chip performed brilliantly in 3DMark Vantage and I’m sure it will work well with supported games too. The black PCB combined with the black and silver heatsinks really make this board look edgy and impressive.”

ECS H67H2-M Black

ECS H67H2-M Black @ MadShrimps

“The H67H2-M Black motherboard from ECS is the most equipped from their H67 chipset series and incorporates technologies like USB 3.0, EZ Charger and Dual Gigabit LAN with teaming support. The board supports only Intel HD Graphics overclocking, the CPU overclocking by multiplier is locked and the memory frequency is limited at 1333MHz.”