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Hey there guys i just purchased this motherboard, i havent got my cpu as of yet waiting for it to arrive now before i use this motherboard i have in the past heard bad things about asus' rma system and general issues/failures with asus motherboards. I'm just wondering if any of you have had any bad expirences and or general issues/failures occur and how often with the asus P8p67-m-pro revision 3. I am also thinking about going sli with this board with 2 gtx 570's and am using a Noctua Nh-u12p i am wondering would all this fit comfortably on this board or would i probably have some space issues?

Thanks for reading and i look forward to you're responses.
Edited by fedorski - 4/15/11 at 10:26pm
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My experiences with Asus's RMA department has been fantastic, I have had very good experiences with them and I think the majority of people feel the same way. There are horror stories about every manufacturer some are blown out of proportion and some are not. Dont worry though, unless YOU physically mess up the board I doubt you will have any issues with their RMA department.
I have yet to hear about any of the P8P67-M Pro boards dying. It does seem though that the majority of people who switched to the B3's are getting lower overclocks compared to the B2 version.
Everything you listed will fit just fine on the board though providing your case is large enough.
 
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I had an issue with RMAing a p35 board back in 2008. I had to send it in 3 times before they fixed the problem with the bad southbridge. It was a bit of a hassle, but the board still works (knock on wood).

I was satisfied enough with their customer service after they reimbursed me for the shipping to buy another asus mobo.

Despite the slightly higher voltage I needed to get 4.5GHz (1.35 vs 1.375) I'm glad I don't have to send this baby in again.
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My experiences with Asus's RMA department has been fantastic, I have had very good experiences with them and I think the majority of people feel the same way. There are horror stories about every manufacturer some are blown out of proportion and some are not. Dont worry though, unless YOU physically mess up the board I doubt you will have any issues with their RMA department.
I have yet to hear about any of the P8P67-M Pro boards dying. It does seem though that the majority of people who switched to the B3's are getting lower overclocks compared to the B2 version.
Everything you listed will fit just fine on the board though providing your case is large enough.
ah i see i've just heard from everyone including my friends who work at computer stores tell me how bad asus is tho my only experience with asus the board was doa and i ended up getting a refund instead this was with a core 2 duo board nearly 4 yrs ago tho, i'm not too happy about hearing that this board now has lower clocks with the new 3 revision hmm i might have to look that stuff up.
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This is the P8P67-M Pro thread if your interested.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ing-guide.html
 
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