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ASUS SABERTOOTH P67 <REV 3.0> LGA 1155 SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 Supported Intel P67 DDR3 1800 ATX Motherboard

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  • Military Specification Components: TUF Capacitors;TUF Chokes;TUF MOSFETs
  • Thermal Protection: TUF Thermal Radar;TUF Thermal Armor;E.S.D. Guards
  • USB3.0; SATA 6Gbps; 1394a support
  • DIGI+ VRM Herald the Arrival of a New Digital Power Design Era TUF Thermal Armor
  • ASUS ESP (Efficient Switching Power) offers not only More switching power and Higher efficiency for the motherboard
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Technical Details

  • Processor Socket: LGA 1155
  • Form Factor: ATX
  • Chipset Type: Intel P67
  • RAM Memory Technology: DDR3 1800;DDR3 1066;DDR3 1333;DDR3 1600
  • Warranty: 5

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 11.8 x 14.2 inches ; 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004K330KK
  • Item model number: SABERTOOTH P67 <REV 3.0>
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 13, 2011

Product Description

ASUS SABERTOOTH P67 - Intel P67 Based Military-grade Motherboard with Thermal Armor. Intel LGA1155 socket for Intel 2nd Generation Core i7/ Core i5/ Core i3 Processors.Intel P67 Express Chipset. TUF Thermal Armor - Total Airflow-Boosting Heat Dissipation. TUF Thermal Radar - Real Time Temp Detection and Heat Removal. TUF Components [Alloy Choke, Cap. & MOSFET; Certified by Military-standard] - Certified for Tough Duty E.S.P. [Efficient Switching Power Design] - Optimal power efficiency for key components.

Customer Reviews

Great piece of work this MoBo.
Gludder
Features: The Sabertooth P67 board is a combination of great visual BIOS and high quality hardware components(military grade).
T. R. Kanavy
Called into ASUS support and they wanted me to return my working first board and keep the malfunctioning board.
MattM (me mums says i'ma genius)

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By T. R. Kanavy on March 9, 2011
Features:

The Sabertooth P67 board is a combination of great visual BIOS and high quality hardware components(military grade). It's fantastic to work with both in the physical installation of the components as well as the BIOS management and overclock settings. The board is well endowed with SATA3 inputs of both the 3GBs variety and the faster 6GBs type. The construction feels sturdy without being so rigid as to cause fear when locking in the CPU cooling systems.

Thermal Armor-

Hype to sell units or truly effective cooling advantage? That is the question I had. I decided to update my review and add this information because it's frankly a pain to test yourself. I checked the cooling with and without the thermal armor sleeve on the motherboard. I was shocked to see that with the "armor" on it was about 3-6C cooler in some areas, even without the optional motherboard fan in place. My original hypothesis was that the sleeve was actually going to trap hot air inside and increase the temps. Glad to see I was wrong. I do recommend adding the optional motherboard fan (most are pretty quiet), as this will help bring even lower temps to the board.

The Included Software-

I am thrilled with the software included with the Sabertooth motherboard. Normally I am the kind of guy that throws the disks that come with new hardware out the window yet in this case, I find that I use some element of the software on an almost daily basis. The Thermal Radar allows you to see the temperatures at the 12 monitored sites on the board, while making fan speed adjustments as you deem fit. Very cool.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Carbon111 on March 19, 2011
Fast and Stable!
The BIOS allows for some extremely detailed tweaking but also has an "idiot proof" mode for the more casual tweaker. The automatic memory clocking fail safe is a nice feature.
At first I thought the "thermal armor" was a gimmick but it has actually helped quite a bit for controlling airflow and keeping the board cool.
Five year warranty is a plus!

For me, it was a tossup between this and the P8P67 DELUXE but, in the end, the cheaper price point and odd aesthetics won me over. Currently running my 2500K at 4.33Ghz stable and cool on air (Zalman CNPS9900A) with only very minor tweaks.

One thing to note - things are very cramped on the edge of the board farthest from the CPU - a double-wide video card in this slot may brush against the USB cables. With an open fan, this could be an issue, especially if your case is small.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Desolator2100 on April 18, 2011
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A motherboard to rule them all, I can't find anything wrong with this one, absolutely nothing.. From the moment I fired my new build up it performed flawlessly, I had no issues with it whatsoever. Sure there are more expensive options out there for the 1155 build but honestly the differences aren't immense to compensate for the price.

The motherboard performes checks at startup to make sure everything is plugged in appropriately. There is a red LED indicator by the PCI 1 Express slot, by the Memory, by the CPU, and by the SATA connections for the boot drive. It cycles through these checks and if anything wasn't plugged in all the way or there is a compatibility issue it lights up. The only thing that lit up for me was the Boot device LED which is normal on a new build since there is no info on the HD and booting is automatically set for HD.

As far as temperatures are concerned and the thermal armor, the mobo manages well. Even before I put in the 50mm assist fan. All temps were arount the 30-45C range throught the board and after installing the fan I saw a 5-10C drop most components under the thermal armor. My current setup is in a Thermaltake Armor A60 which manages temperatures well itself.

The ASUS AI Suite you get with it is excellent as well, aside from the mouse interfaced BIOS system that's amazing on its own, the AI Suite allows you to monitor Temps, Fan speeds, Voltage and tweak settings of the board while in the OS.

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Currently sitting in the Thermaltake Armor A60 with:
Intel Core i5 2500k Processor
8 GB of Corsair Vengence DDR3 Memory
XFX Radeon 5640 1GB DDR5
650 GB WD Hardrive
Antec H2O CPU Khuler
Corsair TX650 PSU
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Excellent board, and I highly recommend it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Colin Kirkley on January 6, 2012
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The board is a quite striking from a visual standpoint - and maybe it has been stable for some of you. but past the visual appeal, this board has been a nightmare over the last 2 months, ending in me replacing it with a Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3. Several usb ports have seemingly died on the back port, including the usb 3.0 port that my backup drive was connected to, corrupted my 2 latest backups so I have to roll back to two weeks ago. BIOS RANDOMLY LOSES MY BOOT DRIVE (240 GB OWC Electra 6G)- doesnt matter if its a normal shutdown or sleep, it just randomly drops out and cant be detected for days at a dime. Only after leaving the chassis unplugged for a day or two will it finally boot normally. Suffice it to say this is problematic when this is my rendering machine and the downtime has been KILLING me. Connected a firewire 800 PCIe card to one of the x1 slots and it cant reliably hold the connection to a self powered firewire device, or to a DV camera.

Specs are as follows

Asus P67 Sabertooth
Core i5 2500k
Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 - 16GB
EVGA GTX 560Ti
Corsair TX550 PSU

All drivers and bios are current as of 3 weeks ago, when I finaly gave up. I have tested my components and cables in a different tower, and each provided 18 hours of stability. That tells me its the board. I am disheartened and frustrated with this experience, and gives me pause to consider an ASUS board when customer service feels as useless as they do. All in all just a terrible taste left in the mouth. 200 bucks for a MB I can no longer return and can't depend on to make me the money to replace it. Failure.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
July 18, 2012
Dear Valued Customer,

We apologize for the issue you had with the motherboard.

At the time of writing, we have released a new BIOS (version 3302 5/22/2012) that may address the USB issues you experienced. After you flash to the latest version, be sure to load BIOS defaults to clear existing values. Also, try going to Device Manager and set the devices connected (your backup drive) to not enable power savings option. Regarding your OS drive, are there firmware updates for the Sandforce controller in it that may improve its stability. Can you plug the this drive into the other SATA ports? Is detection still hit or miss?

Again, I'm sorry that there were issues with the motherboard. To continue support, please contact me at cl-benson@asus.com reference #C1037-2648.

Regards,
Benson
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