Asus P8Z68-V Pro
Beautiful UEFI interface.
Intel SRT and Virtu support.
Low profile heatsink.
4 USB 3.0 and 4 SATA 6Gb/s.
Easy to use EFI BIOS.
Good combination of ports and slots.
EPU and TPU switch.
Excellent layout and design.
DDR3 Support up to 2200 (O.C.).
12 4 DIGI VRM.
ASUS Disk Unlocker.
Documentation on SRT and Virtu support lacking.
No duallink DVI support on integrated graphics.
No LED error diagnostic.
Single latch DIMM sockets.
Virtu software still has some rough edges.
NVIDIA Synergy not available yet.
Paucity of PCIE lanes.
Dual graphics cards must run in x8 mode due to chipset limitations.
By PCQuest on September 30, 2011
With Z68 chipset and a good PC mark score the motherboard becomes a good option. Also it has a good range of USB connectivity options.PrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitter...-
By iXBT Labs on June 29, 2011
Official motherboard page This motherboard was both among the first Intel Z68-baed products made, and the first full-fledged chipset representative we got for tests. As you may or may not remember, we took a first close look at Z68 and Intel Smart...-
By Tech2 on June 29, 2011
Anodized plating for the CPU socket would have been nice Asus offers three variants of the Z68, all packing very similar design features except for slight differences in the bundle. The Asus P8Z68-V Pro retails for Rs.13,550, excluding taxes, which is...70
By Maximum PC on June 28, 2011
When is a chipset truly a new chipset? That’s a question that many PC enthusiasts will ponder when they see the specs for Intel’s Z68 chipset, which is at the heart of the Asus P8Z68-V Pro board. For one thing, there’s no native USB...90
By InsideHW on June 07, 2011
This January saw numerous steps forward with regard to Intel microarchitecture. Nowadays, while we’re preparing for the next step and further size decrease in the existing production process, it’s finally time for Intel to show the full...-
By Ocaholic on June 07, 2011
If you want to build a gaming PC or a well performing desktop rig then the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro will be a safe bet. For a very competitive price you'll get a lot of performance. Author: Copy edited and translated: ...-
By OCWorkBench on May 19, 2011
ASUS P8Z68V-Pro has good performance. The additions makes this board stand out with the add on features. I would recommend this board if the price is right....93
By Legit Reviews on May 16, 2011
Today we put the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro up against a $300+ Intel P67 motherboard. The ASUS P8Z68-V Pro brought everything to the table, held nothing back and was able to outperform a board that retails for nearly 50% more!...-
By Bjorn3D on May 16, 2011
The Intel Z68 Express chipset is really what Intel should have brought to the market when the Sandy Bridge was launched. While the P67 is by no means a bad chip, its inability to access the integrated graphics Quick Sync feature frustrated many...95
By TechRadar on May 11, 2011
We've been looking forward to the Intel Z68 platform since we first played with the Intel Sandy Bridge platform, and now it's here in the shape of the Asus P8Z68V Pro.When Intel released its new generation of processors in January they were met...80