Sabertooth P67 mobo, supports SLI, Crossfire, Sata 6GBs, USB 3.0, And Sandy Bridge CPU - £144.99 + Free Delivery @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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REV 3.0 - New P67 B3 Revision

Intel P67 Based Military-grade Motherboard with Thermal Armor

Intel® LGA1155 socket for Intel® 2nd Generation Core™ i7/ Core™ i5/ Core™ i3 Processors.

Intel® P67 Express Chipset

TUF Thermal Armor - Total Airflow-Boosting Heat Dissipation

TUF Thermal Radar - Real Time Temp Detection and Heat Removal

TUF Components Certified by Military-standard - Certified for Tough Duty

E.S.P. [Efficient Switching Power Design] - Optimal power efficiency for key components

Supports SATA 6GBs And USB 3.0.
Cheaper than amazon and would make for a great build.
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#1
These have been known to cause tsunamis in undeveloped countries, avoid.
#2
MM99
These have been known to cause tsunamis in undeveloped countries, avoid.

I dont get it?
#3
Seems pointless to spend so much on a 1155 P67 now that Z68 is released. This would be a better motherboard imo http://www.ebuyer.com/product/267313
#4
Hanktank
Seems pointless to spend so much on a 1155 P67 now that Z68 is released. This would be a better motherboard imo http://www.ebuyer.com/product/267313


Please explain the advantages, they seem pretty much the same to me and this is made out of military grade materials and the capacitors are 2.5 times more durable, it can handle 25% more voltage without frying and you get a ASUS 5 Year Guarentee.
#5
Why does nobody say why there voting cold, Im not arrogant if its a bad deal tell me why because Im actually considering buying one. If there Is a reason your voting cold please tell me so I don't waste my money.
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You might want to read this:

http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/09/asus-sabertooth-p67-motherboard-sheds-its-skin-feels-better-wit/

"ASUS doesn't ship the primo slab with a dedicated cooling fan, so component temperatures can actually go up ten degrees Celsius when wearing the shroud with a system under heavy load."
#7
2nd comment says his stays completely cool under full load.
#8
I looked at this mobo a while back and was put off with the crap plastic covering the components. Good intentions don't always lead to good design.
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“Military-grade Motherboard with Thermal Armor”

If I was 12 and had a particularly lucrative paper-round I would be mightily impressed by that and waste my money in buying one. As I’m not I laugh my ass off.

The joke is that since the Sandy Bridge CPUs have very limited over-clocking ability at the bus speed level all this fancy motherboard stuff is mostly a waste of time. The CPU (K series only) handles the brunt of the over-clocking via the multiplier which negates the relevance of most of this stuff.
#10
Some reviews of Z68 motherboards:

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/asrock-z68-extreme4-asus-p8z68-v-pro-gigabyte-z68x-ud3h-b3,review-32188-13.html

Edited By: brookheather on May 18, 2011 13:27: url

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