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P67 motherboards. which one should I get?

I just want to know if there is a good p67 motherboard for under 180$ and can 2-way sli
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  1. Guess you don't know about intel's latest screw-up that cost them hundreds of millions due to a flaw in the p67 design that makes SATA performance degrade over time, they've started shipping limited amounts of the fixed version of the chipset last week though motherboards won't be fully available until maybe late march.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/news/cougar-point-sandy-bridge-sata-error,12108.html
  2. i do i just want to know which one I should get when they come back out because they'll probably be going quick
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    What will you be using your comouter for? If it's gaming and you don't want to spend a lot..get an Asus p8p67 pro..best price/performance board..or, if you only plan on using 1 card...p8p67..the pro board will give you sli capability at a moderate price (180-190)
  4. I am going to pick up the P8P67 Deluxe. Great features but it is a little pricey.
  5. It is costly...pick up the evo or pro instead..I own the deluxe myself and I can't even use the additional usb 3.0 accessor that came along with it...the evo is roughly $25 cheaper and retains most, ir not all, of the same attributes as the deluxe..excluding the usb 3.0 attachment
  6. mjmjpfaff said:
    I just want to know if there is a good p67 motherboard for under 180$ and can 2-way sli


    Asus P8P67 pro
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  8. asantesoul said:
    I can't even use the additional usb 3.0 accessor that came along with it


    Issues with it or personal compatibility?

    I am using two USB externals now and just don't want any issues.
  9. no..I need a bay converter thats all..but I dont wanna spend 5-10 bucks..but its a fine board indeed!
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