Biostar TP67XE

Biostar TP67XE @ Legit Reviews

“BIOSTAR isn’t one of the big names in motherboards today, frankly that’s a shame. Throughout our testing today, the BIOSTAR TP67XE motherboard has kept me happy. It may not have been top performing board across all of our tests today. It did however, do a great job overall. What did impressed me the most was the overclocking ability of the BIOSTAR TP67XE. As we saw on the overclocking page we were able to overclock our Intel Core i5 2500K to 5GHz on this motherboard…”

ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional

ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional @ TweakTown

“This board was co-developed with the help of Jonathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel. For those of you that do not know who this is, Fatal1ty got his start in the late 1990s playing games like Quake III Arena. He was one of a group of people that helped to bring professional gaming into the “real world”. He also has his own line of gaming gear and has co-branded with several companies in his career.”

ASRock Fatal1ty P67

ASRock Fatal1ty P67 @ Techware Labs

“The ASRock Fatal1ty P67 Professional Motherboard has all the features a gamer could need or want from a motherboard. they thought of everything, down to the USB 3.0 rear bracket/2.5 bay header, ample SATA connections, high definition audio, dual gigabit LAN with teaming, reliable power phase and digital PWM design, the list goes on and on.”

MSI E350IA-E45

MSI E350IA-E45 @ Guru3D

“We peek at the cutest mITX motherboard from MSI today, have a look at some of its performance on the CPU and GPU side of things but most of all, we’ll discuss features as what these products bring to the table is just downright impressive for the money as you’ll notice DDR3 support, SATA-600 support, HDMI support, gigabit Ethernet, 8-channel audio support and then the integrated dual-core processor at 1600 MHz and in that processor embedded DX11 ready graphics core.”

Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3

Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3 @ TBreak

“The most recent AMD Fusion based M-ATX motherboard I looked at was the ASUS E35M1-M which gave decent performance for its puny size. Now keep in mind that everything on the motherboard is upgradeable through the various expansion slots except for the CPU. No matter what, you’re stuck with a dual core AMD E-350 APU with its onboard graphics processor.”

Gigabyte E350N-USB3

Gigabyte E350N-USB3 @ Techware Labs

“Packaging is as appealing as ever and follows Gigabyte’s styling concept almost to the ‘T’. The words “Ultra” and “Durable” are spread all over the back, the front and all the other sides of the box. On the back there are 6 I counted 6 instances of the word “Ultra” while the front contained only 2.”

Biostar TP67XE

Biostar TP67XE @ X-Bit Labs

“Unfortunately, Biostar TP67XE is just an inexpensive mainboard with the functionality matching its price point. It is obviously behind the mainstream, not to mention high-end solutions. We were mostly upset about the reduced BIOS functionality and some obvious issues in it, failure to overclock the CPU to its maximum, as well as somewhat outdated proprietary software bundled with the board.”


MSI P67A-GD80 @ Techware Labs

“MSI is determined to take the lead with the new generation of Intel CPUs, and toward that end they’ve sent us their flagship P67 board, the P67A-GD80. Make no mistake, this board is aimed squarely at the performance-hungry. With features like automatic overclocking, premium solid-state capacitors and enough I/O ports to choke a horse, this board is poised to take the market by storm. MSI’s swinging for the bleachers here, let’s see if they hit a Grand Slam or a foul ball.”

ASRock P67 Pro3

ASRock P67 Pro3 @ iXBT Labs

“ASRock P67 Pro3 is a rather inexpensive LGA 1155 motherboard that mostly offers basic features of this platform, but has decent expandability. It won’t do for a SLI/CrossFire configuration and may require additional expansion cards, if onboard connectors are not enough. If they are, you get a decent motherboard with matching software utilities that will let you build a good modern PC.”

Gigabyte E350N-USB3

Gigabyte E350N-USB3 @ eTeknix

“Whilst we see products getting smaller, we are generally seeing them using less power and dissapating less heat and this is where AMD have taken advantage with their showcase of their newest AMD Fusion APU platform. Fusion utilises a CPU/GPU combination creating the Fusion APU to give users an all-in-one solution which draws very little power.”