Pros: NF200 (x16/x16), VRM management, ASUS, quality, BIOS update - Ivy
Cons: P67 chipset so no SRT or Virtu like newer boards
Updated the BIOS and this thing runs so smooth I can't wee myself getting rid of it not even for a Z77 mobo, not right now.
The BIOS in this board is wicked and has so many controls that you can get lost.
Overclocking is wicked and I boot @ 4.8GHz ON AUTO before I tweaked it out, I was just testing.
Massive cooling with fully extended heat pipes and massive mosfets, do not worry about clearing for most CPU coolers.
Diagnostic card that I leave in because of the tricky case I have and the front USB 3.0 header, my issue not the boards (I think)..
Runs flawlessly and cool, AI Suite also has monitoring tools but I do not use that service.
Thinking of trying my IB in this unit..
Intel Core i5-2500K @ (4.5GHz) Sandy Bridge
ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution B3 (nf200)
COOLER MASTER TX3 (dual 92mm fans) CPU cooler (WAS ANTEC 62O)
Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1600 CL8 1.5v
(SLi) - MSI N560GTX-Ti 448 TF III PE/OC GDDR5 (Fermi)
VelociRaptor 300GB 10K RPM 64MB Cache
Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200RPM
ASUS DRW-24B1ST DVD-RAM
Xbox 360 Controller - black
Rocketfish RF-900WPS 80 Plus Silver Modular 3-SLi
Xigmatek ASGARD PRO USB 3.0 - (3 x 140mm, 120mm fans)
(3) - Dell UltraSharp 1703FP Flat Panel LCD
2D Surround, 3840 x 1024 landscape
ALTEC LANSING 2.1-CH
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
KCS10870 CPU Stand With Wheels
Cyborg RAT 7 Mouse
Saitek Eclipse II Illuminated Keyboard
Afterglow AX.1 Controller for Xbox 360