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ASUS P8P67 LE B3 Revision - £86.39 @ Scan *Use link in description*
ASUS P8P67 LE B3 Revision - £86.39 @ Scan *Use link in description*

ASUS P8P67 LE B3 Revision - £86.39 @ Scan *Use link in description*

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Looks pretty hot to me!

Original Poster

Yep, you won't get better for the price .Great review on Bit Tech: bit-tech.net/har…w/1

That review is not for this motherboard. The LE version is different.

itshootout.com/r-3…ew/

Major seems to be concern over power circuitry. Stability?
Edited by: "iandhind" 16th Jun 2011

I wqas going to buy this but read the review Iandhind posted. Its a no go for me.

The P8P67 LE is a difficult board to rate. On the one hand Asus has … The P8P67 LE is a difficult board to rate. On the one hand Asus has delivered a feature rich and well specified entry-level P67 board, but on the other hand it has some surprising design oversights that we just don’t expect from such an illustrious manufacturer. The 4 phase VRMs on the board are woefully underspecified, and the BIOS has been rightly hobbled as a result. The CPU socket layout is also far too condensed, meaning you will have to pick your memory and CPU Cooler carefully.Perhaps the P8P67 LE’s strongest competition comes from within the same stables. The full-fat P8P67 is only around £10-£15 more than the LE version and brings to the table much more for your money. It too has Crossfire but also adds a far more robust VRM arrangement, a BIOS with a plethora of tweaking options and Bluetooth connectivity as standard. With such a small difference in price, you really would need to be on a shoestring budget to skimp so severely on the motherboard.


Edited by: "waqas" 17th Jun 2011

This Requires a graphics card! No ports for monitor
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