- Processor Socket: LGA 1155
- Form Factor: ATX
- Chipset Type: Intel P67
- RAM Memory Technology: DDR3 2200;DDR3 2133;DDR3 1866;DDR3 1600;DDR3 1333;DDR3 1066
- Item Display Weight: 4.60 pounds
ASUS P8P67 DELUXE <REV 3.0> LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 DDR3 2400 ATX Motherboard
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- the Intel P67 chipset supporting the 2nd Generation Intel Core i7/Core i5/Core i3 Processors
- ASUS offers this platform-leading solution with the exclusive Dual Intelligent Processor 2 technology integrating the EPU
- With AMD CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI support
- Dual Gb LAN featuring the latest Intel and Realtek Chipsets
- EFI (Extensible Firmware Interface) BIOS
- System Level Energy Saving and Real-time Power Management.
- Anti-Surge ProtectionSafeguard your device by providing voltage protection.
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Asus P8P67 Deluxe Motherboard
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Cosair 8 Gig RAM @ 1600
Intel 3.4Ghz 2600k
This motherboard rocks. The BIOS is easy to operate with mouse interface, as well as visually appealing. Instillation was simple. Overall an amazing board, and well worth the money. Highly Recommended especially for the new BIOS.
Cons- The main PCI Express slot lines up with the 6gig/sec SATA connectors. They plug in sideways, so they don't interfier with your Videocard, but if you ever want to unplug or add in another SATA cable, You MIGHT have to take out your video card depending on which one you have; Minor inconvienence. Also the USB 3.0 module has a very short cable. Plan on mounting it somewhere in your tower almost directly infront of the middile mounting screw. I had to re-arrange some items to get it to fit.
Pros: Best bang for the buck. Compared to a similarly priced Gigabyte boards, this one had more of the features I was looking for such as 2 PCI x16 slots that run at x8 (x16 when not shared), and a third PCI x16 that runs at x4, 4 SATA 6 GB/S, and 4 SATA 3 GB/S. The board also has good cooling and a very nice, streamline EFI BIOS which has a much more sophisticated UI than Gigabyte. It is extremely easy to OC using this mobo.
Cons: HORRIBLE SUPPORT FROM ASUS, first mobo was defective, second board is not defective but buggy like so many others, though this is not necessarily Asus's fault (seem comments below). The CPU fan header only regulates 4 pin fans. The other 4 pin fan header supports 3 or 4 pin fans. Why, Asus?
General comments: I ordered this mobo for the build listed below. The first one was defective. The system would not post, the error code on the mobo was useless, no beep from the system speaker. I tried everything--reseated the ram, tried different ram slots, reseated the processor, cleared the bios, tried different video cards. I tried calling Asus, and ended up waiting on the phone for about half an hour only to have someone pick up the phone and then hang up immediately. I tried calling again. Waited for about half an hour, then someone hung up on me. I gave up on the phone call and tried the Asus live help chat feature on their website. I waited for about an hour with the screen advising I was being connected to a CS rep. I grew impatient and ended the session. A quick search revealed its a common problem with no single accepted solution. Fortunately I purchased the mobo from Amazon and was able to ship it back for a replacement.Read more ›
RMA'd this board and got the P8Z68-V PRO. Booted right up, flashed to a new BIOS, installed Win 7 64 no problem - got it on the bench for a few days before I replace my main system. Been perfect so far!! I must mention Amazon's RMA policy for defective merchandise is spectacular!! I'm a customer for life if they stay at the level they're on now.
We apologize that the DELUXE version of this motherboard had trouble with POST.
Error code "19" corresponds to pre-memory initialization on the Platform Controller Hub (PCH). If you see this error, it means the motherboard is having trouble with FDI (onboard video) and DMI. If you keep seeing this error code even after replacing the CPU or memory, a RMA is recommended.
We appreciate that you took the time to update your review and provide us with value feedback. We are glad that the replacement PRO model is working well.
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I initially had a difficult time with this board soon after I installed Windows and all the drivers. I was getting corrupted files and eventually the system would not boot. This began as I started installing the Asus programs. It got progressively worse the more I tried (would not boot, would boot in safe mode, and then not even in safe mode). After this, I could not get Windows to install at all. I eventually used my laptop to get the latest bios on a usb stick and flashed the mobo's bios hoping it would solve the issue. The EZ flash worked well. I had to use an old usb stick as my newer one was not recognized (needs FAT file system). However, the latest bios did not solve my installing Windows issue. I started looking into different motherboards and I happen to come across a review for the p8p67 pro. Now going to another Asus board was low on the list, but I have to say that I really like how easy the new bios is to work with. One guy noted that installing windows on the dark blue sata controllers (Marvell) was not working out and worked using the white (Intel) ones. I realized that I was using the Marvell controller and decided to give it a try once more. I disabled the Marvell controller in the bios and installed of of the Intel ports with no problems what so ever. In fact, I have not had any issues after that leading me to believe that I have a bad Marvell controller chip. I have sinced overclocked my i2500k to 4.4, increased my memory to 1600 (it is 1600, but recognized at 1333), and lowered my memory command rate to 1T.Read more ›
We apologize for the issue you had with the motherboard regarding the Marvell SATA ports and with the USB front panel.
The Marvell SATA 6G controller allows hard drives but not optical disk drive (ATAPI). You should be able to install into a hard drive connected to the Marvell ports. If not, there may be a problem with the controller itself causing the problems you described. In that case, it is recommended to RMA the motherboard.
You only need to connect the USB front panel to the HD Audio header, set Front Panel Type to HD in BIOS to use your case USB ports. We try to accommodate a majority of cases in the market today, ensuring that there's enough length for the connector to reach the header. You can try obtaining an extension cable so that the connector is inserted comfortably into the header.
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Good product, works well, excellent products, no problems so far, worth the moneyPublished 12 months ago by Jhon
It is hard for me to phantom why so many reviews for this mobo are so negative. A 3 plus Stars for a 5 Star wonder? Read morePublished 23 months ago by Domenic
I've used Asus motherboards for many years. I've never had a major complaint. They provide reasonably timed updates on the
firmware and the user sites are quite informative... Read more