Asus Socket 1155 P8H67-M PRO Motherboard £80.70 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Product Description: ASUS P8H67-M PRO - motherboard - micro ATX - iH67
Product Type: Motherboard
Form Factor: Micro ATX
Dimensions (WxDxH): 24.5 cm x 24.5 cm
Chipset Type: Intel H67 Express
Multi-Core Support: Dual-Core / Quad-core
Processor: 0 ( 1 ) - LGA1155 Socket
64-bit Processors Compatibility: Yes
RAM: 0 MB (installed) / 32 GB (max)
Supported RAM Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Storage Controller: ATA-133, Serial ATA-300 (RAID), Serial ATA-600 (RAID)
USB Ports Configuration: 16 x USB
Storage Ports Configuration: 1 x ATA, 6 x SATA
Audio Output: Sound card - 7.1 channel surround
Networking: Network adapter - Realtek RTL8111E - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet

I know this will not interest most people, but if your looking for a good board that will take 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i7/Core™ i5/ Core™ i3 Processors then I think this a pretty good price

Overclockers Price £151.99
Scan Price £148.40
Aria Price £145.99
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#1
Given this news:
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379241,00.asp
make up your own minds about H67 motherboards

At least this one has an ATA connector (_;)
#2
iandhind
Given this news:
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0
,2817,2379241,00.asp
make up your own minds about H67 motherboards

At least this one has an ATA connector (_;)


The error is reportedly a relatively hard-to-notice one that crops up only after very long periods of usage (Intel estimates a speed degradation of 6 percent over a three-year lifespan), so ordinary users probably won't notice anything yet. (Intel's hardware partners discovered it when doing intensive stress-testing on Sandy Bridge hardware.)
#3
So it doesn't matter? I might buy one of these at a massively discounted price knowing it was "faulty". For now my upgrade is postponed.

Intel have stopped production and the manufacturers are already talking about replacing faulty boards: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379155,00.asp

Not a problem then?

Edit: sorry to be so negative - this deserved to be hot



Edited By: iandhind on Feb 05, 2011 19:39
#4
iandhind
So it doesn't matter? I might buy one of these at a massively discounted price knowing it was "faulty". For now my upgrade is postponed.

Intel have stopped production and the manufacturers are already talking about replacing faulty boards: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379155,00.asp

Not a problem then?

Edit: sorry to be so negative - this deserved to be hot




Yo can be as negative as you like... For any normal user like myself, there is not a problem with this. So being able to buy the board at nearly half price makes it hot for me :)
#5
When the board crocs and takes out your processor, ram etc it will be hot, you be flaming lol :) . Dell have pulled all their desktops based on the faulty chipset inc the vostro 460, which had some decent deals on here a few weeks ago. Intel and various board makers (msi, asus etc) have pulled their products too. The only gain would be a free replacement if you get it via rma, which means you get a good deal. On the other hand nearly everyone has stop shipping faulty products, so your order may get cancelled.
#6
Think your getting your boards mixed up!

Overclockers £89.99 + del

Scan £86.00 + del or £83.90 on Today only page

Aria £85.80 + del

Although where did you get prices from as a P8P67-M PRO is only £107.99 on Today only page?

Scan Today Only Page
#7
yorkie
Think your getting your boards mixed up!

Overclockers £89.99 + del

Scan £86.00 + del or £83.90 on Today only page

Aria £85.80 + del

Although where did you get prices from as a P8P67-M PRO is only £107.99 on Today only page?

Scan Today Only Page


I see everyone has dropped the price of this board!

Bored myself now, so much negativity in this place, I realise now why I have never posted here before! YAWN!!!
#8
I am so glad that i did not wait for Sandy Bridge and purchased i5-760 with RAMs and Motherboard about 4 months ago. I am heavy gamer and my Asus Striker Extreme with E6600 2x2GB RAM and KFA2 GTX 460 1GB could not keep up. Last week i purchuased GTX 480 so I am ok for now.
Point is, Normally I get frustrated when new technology come out but this time, thanks to Intel FAIL I do not mind.
:{:p8):D
#9
DustyUK
yorkie
Think your getting your boards mixed up!

Overclockers £89.99 + del

Scan £86.00 + del or £83.90 on Today only page

Aria £85.80 + del

Although where did you get prices from as a P8P67-M PRO is only £107.99 on Today only page?

Scan Today Only Page


I see everyone has dropped the price of this board!

Bored myself now, so much negativity in this place, I realise now why I have never posted here before! YAWN!!!


Nope I ordered this exact same motherboard from Scan on 9/1/2011 in error (just checked my Scan account for the cancelled order to make sure I wasn't talking BS), for the princely sum of £85.65.

You may have posted a deal for the cheapest price on this mobo, but you are mistaken if you believe this board was ever at the price you are claiming at those stores!

Sorry if you don't like that and think people are being negative.
#10
Will the ports degrade even if they're not in use? I use the 6gb/s ports in mine, not touched the 3gb/s yet and probably won't as it's in my htpc so I should be ok. Seems a bit of a bother having to send stuff back!
#11
krato
Will the ports degrade even if they're not in use? I use the 6gb/s ports in mine, not touched the 3gb/s yet and probably won't as it's in my htpc so I should be ok. Seems a bit of a bother having to send stuff back!


According to Intel, only the 3gb/s ports are affected. So if you just use the two 6gb/s ports you should be ok.
Also, The problem with the 3gb/s ports is due to a single transistor on each port having a too low voltage rating and it is more likely to fail the more it is used.
#12
Plus they should all be getting recalled and replaced anyway and funded by Intel.

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