Asus p8p67 Motherboards

Hey all, can someone briefly explain to me what the difference is between the Pp8p67, the LE, the Pro and the Deluxe. Also, when can I order without recieving a faulty board?
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  1. May, perhaps June.
  2. P8P67 LE:
    Limited Edition (or Less Expensive) less option version
    Analog power system
    1x PCIe x16
    1x PCIe x16 (x16 slot, wired for x4)
    No Bluetooth
    Limited overclocking options
    One UltraDMA controller for older PATA drives

    P8P67:
    Base version
    Digi+VRM 12+2 phase power
    1x PCIe x16
    1x PCIe x16 (x16 slot, wired for x4)
    Full overclocking options
    2x FireWire

    P8P67 Pro:
    Base version plus
    2x PCIe x16 slots (if one is used it's x16, if both it's x8/x8)
    1x PCIe x16 (x16 slot, wired for x4)
    2x eSATA connectors

    P8P67 Deluxe:
    Pro plus
    Digi+VRM 16+2 phase power
    2x USB 3.0 front panel
    2x GbE LAN
  3. Is the Motherboard problem affecting all P67 Boards? Or is it just the Asus boards? Also, If i purchase an asus motherboard, will the retailer replace it when the new ones are available?
  4. clewis09 said:
    Is the Motherboard problem affecting all P67 Boards? Or is it just the Asus boards? Also, If i purchase an asus motherboard, will the retailer replace it when the new ones are available?

    Hi clewis09 :hello: ...All cougar chipset based motherboards with LGA 1155 socket pinset number are affected,whether they are Asus,Gigabyte,Asrock,MSI,Intel & even the OEM system makers like Dell,HP and the likes ;) ...So play it safe & do not buy yet :) ...
  5. So, Buy all the other parts, then get the motherboard in May/June? That would be very saddening :( No Dawn of war retribution in Ultra :(
  6. If you can find one available, the manufacturer will exchange it when fixed boards are available.

    I'd say more April than May/June, but yeah you have to wait a bit.
  7. If you are not use the SATA 3G port from P67 (Port 2-5). The board shuld work perfectly fine.
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