Intel's Sandy Bridge processors and Z68 chipset have been the least best-kept secrets of late. Following Intel's P67 original chipset setback, the B3 Revisions boards have helped erase those problems, leaving consumers looking forward to the performance juggernaut of the 2nd-Gen Core processors.
With the launch of the Socket 1155 platform, the H67 products had onboard graphics capabilities and were geared to the budget-oriented consumers. P67 catered to the enthusiast, eschewing onboard for discrete graphics, while providing high performance overclocking abilities that were lacking in its H67 counterpart. You had to make a choice between the two. However, the launch of the Z68 changes that, as it looks to provide a marriage of sorts between H67 and P67.