The processor itself isn't z77. z77 is a chipset. I guessing you're asking if z77 is compatible with this processor. The answer is yes. Here is a list of all chipsets compatible with Socket LGA 1155 processors: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_1155
The Z77 chipset is the most popular (and featured-packed) of the chipset for LGA 1155 for the simple reason it allow the users to "to spend countless hours" overclocking their CPU, GPU, and RAM. Then reporting their results back to the internet.
Another noticeable features is that it allows dual graphics card support, and essentially every combination of PCI 3.0 support: 1x16, 2x18 or the interesting 1x8 + 2x4. This was probably the most important feature for me as I can buy a decent priced GPU today and in a year or so when the price has dropped I can buy another one and pair them up in SLI.
If overclocking the CPU or RAM doesn't interested you and you feel one GPU is plenty then you should be able to easily move down to the cheaper H77 or Q77 motherboards. The only difference between those too is that Q77 has legacy PCI support.
Macbook pros do not use an LGA 1155 socket from what I understand. You would have to talk to Apple about any processor upgrades. Laptops usually are not very upgradeable aside from hard drives and RAM.
This processor is listed on the Supported Processors page for your motherboard (http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/list.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8P67-M&os=&hashedid=hcyfdEpZcMvFkTNm) but you'll probably want to make sure your BIOS version is up to the minimum supported version before installing it.
Hey Andre. This is a CPU. I don't think it has any thing to do with how much RAM you can have. But I would imagine you can put an 8 gig Ram Chip in each slot. You have to be carefull that the RAM and CPU both fit your motherboard. You have to look at the specs of your motherboard to find that out Remember there are a lot of comuter components out there that don't necessarily go together. Good luck!
It depends on which i5 processor and what motherboard you have - as there are several different i5's. For you to be able to use an I7 3770 your motherboard would need to be socket LGA 1155. Check your system specs and see if you have an i5 from the "Ivy Bridge" family of processors, and that your mobo is socket LGA1155.
If you mean ah Close Circuit Television Camara recorder, yes it have the capacity to do the job. You have to verifi the mother board specifications, so it is compatible. If you have the option to use AMD proccesors they work verry fin in multi tasky dutys.( 8 core units)