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ASUS P8P67-M Intel P67 (REV B3) Socket 1155 DDR3 PCI-Express Motherboard

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LGA1155 socket for Intel® 2nd Generation Core™ i7/ Core™ i5/ Core™ i3 Processors, Micro-ATX Form Factor, DDR3 2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/1866(O.C.)/1600/1333 (max 32GB), 2x USB3.0, 12x USB2.0, 2x SATA 6Gb/s, 4x SATA 3Gb/s, 2x PCI-E x16 (single at x16, or dual x16/x4), 8 Channel HD Audio.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 43885  
Stock code: MBD-55PB3-90-MIBDVA-
Manuf. code: 90-MIBDVA-G0EAY0DZ
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Green Motherboard with Real-Time O.C. Tunings on Intel P67 Platform

• ASUS EPU - Energy Efficiency All Around
• EFI BIOS (EZ Mode) - Flexible & Easy BIOS Interface
• ASUS TurboV - Easy, Real-Time O.C. Tunings
• Quad-GPU CrossFireX Support
• USB3.0/SATA 6Gb/s Support - Double Access, Double Convenience


Warranty Information:

Manufacturer asus
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website
Manufacturer Phone 01442 265548
Warranty Period (yrs)3

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Question  coolers? by Taloc

i was wondering if it was possible to use this motherboard and have 2 thermalright shamans on 6950s (crossfired), as they do use up a lot of space, the case i am using is big enough, im just concerned about whether the space between the PCI-e slots is enough.

Answer by andrewn on Friday, April 29, 2011
I get an error when I visit that URL. The space between the slots is two 'blanking plates' worth, if you see what I mean. However the 6950 takes up two PCI slots itself, which would leave only one PCI slot's "worth" of space. Looking at images I get when I google that GPU cooler, it looks pretty chunky. So from what I can can gather I don't think it would all fit, and I certainly wouldn't want to guarantee it.

Question  Dissappointed with OC by Lazarus

I have just purchased this board from you and I am extremely disappointed by it.

The description mentions "Real-Time O.C. Tunings on Intel P67 Platform" and "ASUS TurboV - Easy, Real-Time O.C. Tunings" but now that I have installed it I find that it cannot be overclocked in any meaningful way.

The bios has no option to alter Vcore. It has all the overclocking sections but the multiplier is locked to 33.

Can I return it for a refund or a replacement for a board that actually does what your description suggests?

Answer by andrewn on Thursday, April 21, 2011
That sounds very odd to me, have you tried a BIOS update for the board? Give our customer services team a call.

Question  Max. Temp? by Ollie

I have this motherboard and it runs at around 40degrees C with everything fully loaded. Is this too hot, will it shutdown if it does get too hot? What is the maximum temperature? Thanks.

Answer by andrewn on Sunday, April 17, 2011
That temperature is not a problem. The maximum temperature is really more down to the CPU than the motherboard. CPUs are generally designed to shut down if pushed to hard nowadays however. According to intel the maximum operating temperature is around 70 degrees.

Question  Does OCing with this void warranties? by Ollie

It says that this has TurboV, I'm just wondering whether using the automatic boost overclocking feature from Asus will void warranties on the CPU, RAM, etc.?

Answer by andrewn on Wednesday, April 13, 2011
It's a bit of a gray area, honestly. If you ask the manufacturer's directly they tend to say that any overclocking voids warranties, however it's in their interests to do so of course. Let's just say that I doubt you would have a problem in this regard.

Question  PCI-Express Dual mode question by Chris

Hey guys,

Which would be better for a Crossfire setup involving two Radeon HD 6970s as far as Core i7-2600K motherboard choices go please? I'm noticing a trend amongst boards that they either run in 8x/8x mode or 16x/4x when ran in dual mode (which I presume means Crossfire/SLI). Which would you guys consider to be the better choice?


Answer by andrewn on Saturday, March 26, 2011
x8 x 8
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