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With Intel finally launching Sandy Bridge we can now reveal the performance aspect of the much anticipated ASUS P8P67 motherboard that will operate within the mainstream segment of the LGA1155 lineup. Some weeks ago now we gave readers a preview of the ASUS P8P67 and we were forced to withhold any performance related results until now. Yesterday we published the current range of Intel 6 Series / Sandy Bridge processors 2300, 2400 & 2500K Review. That article revealed some rather significant results, showing that the 2500K chip in particular is a 'diamond in the rough'. Those tests were made possible by the ASUS P8P67 which we will be looking at today. It's great that we have a comparison to analysis with regards to the processors, but the real question now is - how does this P8P67 compare against other P67 motherboards?


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Reading that just got me so much more excited to see how Gigabyte's UD7 will rape this thing
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i'm looking forward to sabretooth!! now that will rape a thing or two not a bad board tho for those with a few less dollar
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Reading that just got me so much more excited to see how Gigabyte's UD7 will rape this thing
So a ~$300 motherboard is better than a low-mid range motherboard?

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Nice slot layout and a nice heatsink design. Good looking board and good performance too.
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Is this like my mobo but a sandy version?
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So a ~$300 motherboard is better than a low-mid range motherboard?

Some e-tailers are selling it for $347.
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Some e-tailers are selling it for $347.
Ouch, although it looks like a kickass mobo.

But still, not fair comparing a UD7 with a mid range mobo.
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Ouch, although it looks like a kickass mobo.

But still, not fair comparing a UD7 with a mid range mobo.
http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/c...reme_review/12

Not trying to be a butthole or anything.

Hope asus hasn't lost the high end segment this round..... but it's not looking good so far. rampage extreme prices? gigabyte here i come.
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Ouch, although it looks like a kickass mobo.

But still, not fair comparing a UD7 with a mid range mobo.
This is true, this is true, good sir. My apologies...

The UD4 will rape it then!
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