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What's the warranty on the p8p67 pro?
3 years, same as all asus motherboards
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The sabertooth is not meant to be an overclockers board, keep that in mind. It is meant for people who want their rig to not need a lot of case fans to keep their board cool or someone who wants to keep their rig in conditions like that 24/7 for several years.

I somewhat fall into that category. However, you get varying opinions on this board for OCing here. In several threads over the past few days, I've read many comments that the Sabertooth is supposed to perform quite well for OCing. It doesn't matter to me at this point as my board has been shipped. If I have issues, I'll deal with it then.

Oh, I looked at the pro as well, but that board was sold out too when I was making my decision. A large part of my decision came down to not having to wait for the board. I spent a lot of time reading reviews and the Sabertooth has only had favorable comments made on it in everything that I've read. Nobody claimed that its the best, but just a very solid and reliable board.
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3 years, same as all asus motherboards
Sabertooth P67 has a 5 year warranty.
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Originally Posted by skeletor6 View Post
Very true....

From what you've said you should go with the pro. The 8+2 vrm on the sabertooth is a turn off for me and yeah the boards supposed to be more reliable and is military certified but time tests reliability something none of these boards have had. And looks don't matter IMO
I don't think the number of phases are that important, if you look at the Maximus 4 which is the top of the P67 line for ASUS, it only has 8 phases and 3 for the RAM.

But, I do agree with other posters, until these boards are put to the test with real world use, it's all marketing. I was just trying to list the differences as stated by ASUS.
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post #35 of 37
The P67 Sabertooth is pure marketing hype. ASUS figured out that they could put a $2 "heat armor" on a P67 mobo (which is a lesser board than the Pro IMO) and some people would pay $30 more for that "feature".
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post #36 of 37
Some info about overclock on ST p67..... 5ghz@1.41vcore is not a joke

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/sh....php?t=3064252

And look the power phases on the p67 and Maximus IV:


Sabertooth P67


Maximus IV


And the p8p67 deluxe...


In my opinion the power phases are same ( in size and QUANTITY ) in the sabertooth and the maximus IV


what do you think ?
post #37 of 37
Get the sabertooth. Next year i will go sandy bridge route if prices go lower.
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