The Asus P8P67 features extra SATA 6Gb/s ports along with powered eSATA, dual Gigabit LAN, Bluetooth, 8-channel audio, FireWire and USB 3.0.
Easy to use UEFI BIOS.
Extra space between video card slots.
Digi+ VRM for stable power.
UEFI Introduces Graphical User Interface BIOS.
Supports 32GB of dual channel DDR3 up to 2200MHz.
DIGI VRM 122 Enable digital precision voltage control.
MemOK! Increases memory compatibility for bootup.
Bluetooth 2.1 receiver connects devices and remote.
Lots of clicks to access to advanced BIOS menu.
Not designed as a multi GPU motherboard.
Does not support NVIDIA SLI video card pairing.
High priced 'mainstream enthusiast' motherboard solution.
EVO model does not support UEFI BIOS screen capture.
Lacks hardware-based encryption features.
SATA6G/USB3 borrow from PCIE link lanes.
By AnandTech on September 08, 2011
Today, we will be looking at the ASUS P8P67. Although the board has been available for some time, this is one of ASUS' cheaper full size ATX offerings. Considering it has a price tag of $155 ($140 with rebate), it offers quite a few useful features...-
By FutureLooks on August 04, 2011
The P8P67 “Vanilla Edition” is by far the most aggressive entry level P67 motherboard we’ve seen to date. Despite its low cost, it doesn’t seem to cut out any of the most important features that DIY users and enthusiasts really...90
By HardOCP on June 14, 2011
The ASUS P8P67 Rev. 3.0 motherboard is a great enthusiast product. It provided us with great overclocking, great stability, and a solid feature set at a reasonable price. If you are worried, that the P67 is not the newest chipset and feature laden...-
By Ninjalane on May 05, 2011
In the beginning of this review we asked the question of what makes an enthusiast motherboard and does product segmentation really play a big factor in what you can do. Having used several P67 motherboards up to this review we have come to the...100
By Tweak.dk on February 15, 2011
ASUS have come with a line of new motherboards - ten in total with the P67 Express chipset, and 7 with H67 Express, and more will probably come as time goes. So we have looked at one of the boards with the new P67 Express chipset, and in this case...80
By SilentPC Review on January 31, 2011
The Asus P8P67 and P8P67 Pro did not distinguish themselves with regards to energy efficiency, posting results more or less on par with Gigabyte P67A-UD4, and a few watts higher the Intel DP67BG. The DP67BG remains our top recommendation if want to pull...-
By Bit-tech.net on January 12, 2011
If you’re in the market for an upgrade, all you should be thinking about is which LGA1155 CPU and motherboard you want. While the Asus P8P67 is a little slower than the MSI P67A-GD65 (review coming soon), its EFI system is better designed and...90
By Pro-Clockers on January 05, 2011
The ASUS P8P67 offers a lot of the extra that you will not see in other motherboards in the same price range. The added options like Bluetooth, UEFI BIOS and the amazing automatic overclocking features are all something that is not often needed in a...-
By Vortez on January 04, 2011
A big thanks to Alex Hull for once again assisting with the publishing of this reviewThe ASUS P8P67 is a remarkable motherboard. It may well be lacking some of the prowess present on some of the higher end P67 boards currently available but there are...-
By Expert Reviews on January 03, 2011
The P8P67 takes an early lead in the race to be our favourite P67 motherboard....100