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I know not to trust newegg reviews of pretty much anything, but a LOT of people on there are reporting that their P8P67-PRO's are dieing prematurely or arriving DOA frequently.

How many of you run a P8P67-PRO?

AND

Have any of you on OCN had any serious trouble with your P8P67-PRO (B3)?


Thanks in advance!
Edited by kidwolf909 - 6/14/11 at 7:34am
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I just bought the asrock fatal1ty pro for 189, I usually get asus but this one looked promising for the price I got it for even though that weirdo is staring at me in my bios....I am very happy with it so far

If it helps, my buddy got the asus pro when they came back on the market and its still going stong for him.
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Originally Posted by UsedPaperclip;13866067 
I just bought the asrock fatal1ty pro for 189, I usually get asus but this one looked promising for the price I got it for even though that weirdo is staring at me in my bios....I am very happy with it so far

If it helps, my buddy got the asus pro when they came back on the market and its still going stong for him.

Thanks for the input man! I'm leaning toward the P8P67-PRO because it seems like the best bang/buck at Microcenter right now.
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Well, take a look in our club wink.gif

post-flame-small.gif[THREAD=1012874]The Official ASUS P8P67 PRO Owners Club[/THREAD]post-flame-small.gif
    
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post #5 of 11
Most of the reviews on NE are written by either idiots or people who don't even own the product they are reviewing. Take their reviews with a mountain of salt.

As to your question, the P8P67-Pro is regarded around here (and Tom's) as one of the best P67 boards available...
post #6 of 11
I bought the Pro yesterday, so far so good.
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They are really good boards, the only problems that are common are:
Bluetooth doesn't work too well.
When you initially get the board you will want to clear CMOS.
There are some sleep problems if you never cleared CMOS and you have epu on and crap.
There is a bug while using offset voltage and switching profiles your voltage can jump up to +.9v killing your cpu. This is fixed by bios update and just CHECKING your voltages before you save and exit.
    
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Apart from the occasional dual post bug (I probably should update my BIOS), this rig is pretty flawless.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by justarealguy;13869944 
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Apart from the occasional dual post bug (I probably should update my BIOS), this rig is pretty flawless.

The dual post bug can usually be fixed in two ways. Either you disable Internal PLL Overvoltage, or you set PCIe as first boot device.

Aslo, Double BIOS splash screen can be fixed by disabling the Marvell controller.
Edited by turrican9 - 6/14/11 at 12:36pm
    
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I'm recently having a problem with the internal sound, sounding low quality with slight distortion, tried new drivers, old drivers, and swept them away, even a new windows install didn't change anything, this happened after updating to 1606, but other than that, it's just perfect.
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