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ASUS 1155 SABERTOOTH P67 REV 3.0 S/L

by ASUS
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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  • Dual intelligent processors 2 with DIGI+ VRM
  • BT GO! (bluetooth) - diverse BT enjoyment, new technology lifestyle
  • EFI BIOS (EZ mode) - flexible and easy BIOS interface
  • Quad USB 3.0/SATA 6Gb/s support - double access, double convenience
  • Intel LAN support
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions34 x 27 x 8 cm
Item model numberSABERTOOTH P67 REV 3.0
Lithium Battery Weight5 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004O9YB3A
Best Sellers Rank 59,321 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available8 Mar 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

REV 3.0 - New P67 B3 Revision Intel P67 Based Military-grade Motherboard with Thermal Armor

Product Description

LGA 1155/ATX Rev 3.0


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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great motherboard for a new system 16 July 2011
This is a great P67 motherboard, which I bought for two reasons. First - the TUF armor which provides a clean look and minimizes accidental swiping damage (also something about heat distribution). Second - it comes with UEFI, not BIOS. UEFI is a new spec for motherboards which a replacement for the traditional blue BIOS that we're all so familiar with. UEFI allows for a graphics user interface and the graphical interface that comes with the P67 is pretty good, it also comes with easy overclocking options.

The package comes with a normal motherboard manual and a quickstart manual; the quickstart manual is cursory but I recommend using the actual manual complemented with the quickstart, I needed both. You'll find 2 USB 3.0 slots on the backplate of the motherboard. It also has what I call "uh-oh" LEDs which indicate problems - VGA, Memory and Hard disk LEDs will light up if it has detected a problem with one of the components.

The motherboard also comes with SATA 3 (6GB/s) controllers for newer, faster hard drives.

One thing to note if you're using an old hard drive (I'm using an old Hitachi hard drive which is SATA 2). When I first connected and booted, the hard drive "uh-oh" LED lit up. I thought I might have connected the hard drive to a SATA 3 port, but that wasn't the problem. I had to go into the BIOS... er... UEFI and disable the Marvell controller. What was happening was the Marvell controller was trying to find a SATA 3 hard drive, and it would say "no hard drive detected". After disabling it, the "uh-oh" LED went away and bootup indicated no errors.

Another thing to note! There is no parallel ATA connector. That's one of those wide, flat buses that older optical drives and older hard drives use. Do you remember those?
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely genius! 23 Dec 2011
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Got this a little bit less than a month ago and it is FANtastic. The thermal armor, despite all the bad things that have been said about it works perfectly. Those people are just conservative. What it needs is a good airflow. I have purchased CoolerMaster HAF X case and this mobo is so cool in it, I can store milk on it!
But it also has a totally genius design. Both hardware and software-wise.
For those users that are new to computer building and overclocking it has:
a) LED "trouble point" indicators that light up near the device that is not working properly. It might see sort of unnecessary, but trust me, it is a fantastic feature.
b) It has very clear and well written manual with a lot diagrams and pictures for easier navigation through the ports.
c) Ports have basic connector info written PROPERLY! First board I bought there all those pesky AC, Ground, + or - are not stuffed on each other, written using first letters only or not even written at all.

For hardcore people it has
a) Full SLI support (even quad, if you got the money for GTX 590)
b) RAM-OK for open-case extreme overclocking and burnout tests.

And for the most awesome feature of all time now:
The graphical BIOS. This is where I can surely say: genius. It's got 2 modes: advanced and standard. In standard any 8 y.o. kid can overclock without any risk of damaging the system, set a boot device, recovery device, OC ram, distribute power to components or just monitor the system at it's most basic state (helps determine if there is a hardware problem causing the boot crash).
Advanced mode simply lets do ANYTHING to your hardware. It is the most detailed, most User-friendly, most efficient and simply the best overclocking/tweaking interface around.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very impressed. 13 Feb 2012
Bought this mobo for a recent computer upgade, am really impressed, the thermal armour works well, although i bought the small fan to aid cooling, asus could have really included this in the box.....

With an O/C'd core i7, 16GB RAM, 285GTX, and SSD the rig is lightning quick, on full load am getting CPU temps of 23 deg - pretty impressive! The box comes with all the stuff you would expect, the sata leads are of good quality with the inbuilt catches to secure them properly.

Overall, very impressed with this board, the graphical BIOS is amazing, and i like the bundled thermal monitoring tools.

Recommended.
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