ASUS P8P67-M PRO LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 DDR3 2200 Micro ATX Motherboard

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ASUS P8P67-M PRO LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 DDR3 2200 Micro ATX Motherboard

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  • The EPU is the System Level Energy Saving and Real-time Power Management.
  • The anti-surge protection safeguards your device by providing voltage protection.
  • 2.2TB or higher native HD support, and Quick Boot features
  • EPUSystem Level Energy Saving & Real-time Power Management for Superb Platform Power Efficiency
  • UEFI BIOSBIOS control via a Graphical Interface with mouse controlled support featuring unparalleled control options,
  • Anti-Surge ProtectionSafeguard your device by providing voltage protection to all major onboard components
  • MemOK!Quickly ensures memory boot compatibility with a mere push of a button
  • Or the graphical designer wanting to harness additional GPU Compute
  • UEFI BIOSBIOS control via a Graphical Interface with mouse controlled support featuring unparalleled control options, 2.2TB.
  • With AMD CrossFireX support, the ASUS P8P67-M Pro provides scalable graphics performance for the gaming and computer enthusiast.

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ASUS P8P67-M PRO LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 DDR3 2200 Micro ATX Motherboard

ASUS P8P67-M PRO  LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps And USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 DDR3 2200 Micro ATX Motherboard

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  1. 28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent board, with caveats, April 26, 2011
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    Kenneth Earles (Jamestown, NC) –
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    Here’s what you need to know before building a system with this board:

    1) Buy a micro-ATX case that’s at least 7.5″ wide. If the case is too narrow, you won’t have room to install one of the bigger, better CPU coolers with a 120mm fan. Yes, short coolers are available, but you’ll want a tall one for this board 1) to absorb the extra heat generated by overclocking and 2) to help avoid interference between the fan and the heat spreaders on the RAM modules.

    2) If your new case comes with a cheap power supply, ditch it and replace with a minimum 550 watt (for one high-end graphics card) or 650 watt (for two cards in SLI or Crossfire mode). Make sure the PSU you choose has two PCI connectors per video card! The Corsair CMPSU-650HX and CMPSU-750HX are my favorites. They’re modular, meaning you only connect the cables you need and there are no bundles of unused cables taking up space inside your case. And the cables are flat, which means they’re easier to route through the case than round cables and they stay where you put them without zip ties.

    3) Buy RAM modules with a maximum installed height of 40mm or so. If the heat spreaders are much taller they will interfere with the fan on the CPU cooler and force you to mount it on the “wrong” side, pulling air through the fins rather than pushing it. (This is only true for single-fan coolers of course. If you had a two-fan cooler, you’d have to remove one fan completely.) I had to return the first RAM I purchased (Corsair Vengeance series, model CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B) because the heat spreaders were too tall to use with my cooler.

    4) Buy a good CPU cooler with one 120mm fan and at least three 8mm heat pipes. This board was made for overclocking, and overclocking generates heat, so don’t scrimp on your CPU cooler! I returned my Cooler Master RR-910-HTX3-G1 because it was laughably small, and replaced it with a Corsair Air Series A50. I’m very satisfied with it, but the fan has to be “scooted” up as far as it will go to clear my RAM heat spreaders. Thank goodness there’s a bit of vertical adjustment built into the fan holder on this cooler! It worked perfectly with the RAM I chose (G.Skill Ripjaws X series, model F3-12800CL8D-8GBXM). I also replaced the Corsair A50 fan with a PWM fan made by Deep Cool. The 120mm PWM fans aren’t exactly cheap, but my goal for this board was not to build a cheap computer, it was to build a great computer, so all my fans are PWM.

    I wish someone had told me these things before I started building my P8P67-M PRO system. Now that I’ve figured them out, I’m looking forward to building a reliable, stable and cool 4+ GHz overclocked system. I’ll update my review when the rest of my hardware arrives.

    Edit: My system is up, and it flies! I was able to update my BIOS to the latest version quite easily (ASUS gives you three different ways to do it), and the automatic overclocking utility (AI Suite) worked flawlessly! With an Intel Core i5 2500K processor and 16 GB of XMP RAM, my system is now conservatively overclocked at 4.2 GHz and will go higher (over 4.5 GHz) if I want. My Windows Experience Index is at 7.5 or higher in every category except HDD performance, so I’m going to try a single SATA III drive instead of the RAID Level 0 Array that I have now. I’m very happy with my hardware choices, especially the motherboard, and I have no doubt that this system will give me all the computing power I need for the foreseeable future. Look for my system pictures in the “View and share related images” section.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great motherboard for the new Intel Core i5-2500K!, March 27, 2011
    By 
    Barbara H. Thorstad “bosjt” (Boston, MA) –
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    This is the first computer I’ve ever built. Got this board so I could explore overclocking (which I have not yet done). Board has the new graphical BIOS which is very nice. I installed this into a Cooler Master mid-tower, rigged it with a hefty Corsair powersupply, an 80GB OCZ Vertez 2 SSD, 2x4MB DDR3 1600(oc) Corsair memory, and a Gigabyte GTX 460 1GB card. Made a Windows 7 Service Pack 1 Professional 64-bit USB thumbdrive boot disk (per info on the web) and the whole thing worked the first time! MoBo booted up found the USB and Windows installer started. The SSD was formatted by Windows and the video card ran VGA out of the box until I plugged the optical drives into their SATA cables and installed the video drivers. Thrilled with this motherboard that has USB 3.0 on it for future and integrated audio that is working great with my old speakers and my headphones. Best of all this thing is very quiet! Got my board from Electronica Direct and they shipped it really fast from NJ.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Workhorse board, July 22, 2011
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    R. Buggy (Tampa, FL) –
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    I buy micro ATX boards now even if I plan to use in a full case just to allow for future use in HTPC. This guy is currently running my i7 2600k at 4.4GHz with 16GB (4x4GB) 1600 DDR3. It runs 24/7 crunching away on VMs, Video and anything else I can think to throw at it. This board gives you all the capability you need and gives future proof options like 6Gbps SATA, USB3 that I’m not even using yet. ASUS tool for overclocking and the new BIOS is great as well. Took a little getting used to the new interface, but its very powerful and works well.

    Some comments from other users do apply, make sure you have room for cooling. Just because this board has the capability of running a i7 2600k and is a micro atx doesn’t mean you can jam it into tight spaces and think it will work. Heat is a big issue, especially with the overclock. A good aftermarket cooler with at least 1 120mm fan is definitely recommended or even better yet go liquid cooling. The RAM slot closest to the CPU can get in the way like another reviewer mentioned, but my cooler the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus allowed me to readjust where the fan goes so it didn’t cause problem but your cooler may have issues if you intend to use all four memory slots.

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