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P8P67-M PRO vs Sabertooth P67 vs P8P67 PRO

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March 21, 2011 8:02:03 PM

Hello there any of this motherbord is best for oc ?

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P8P67-M PRO vs Sabertooth P67 vs P8P67 PRO

a c 302 Ĉ ASUS
a c 1119 V Motherboard
March 21, 2011 8:04:25 PM

Sabertooth is supposed to be the best! The other two overclock fine though.
a c 207 Ĉ ASUS
a c 716 V Motherboard
March 21, 2011 8:13:33 PM

Here we go, it depends on what you need and what you WANT. I prefer the P8P67 PRO over the Sabertooth 'IF' I had in mind a PCIe based SSD which are the SSD killers.

I A hunk of plastic over the board does nothing for me; FYI it's a 50mm fan - if you know the MOBO then you know what I mean.
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March 21, 2011 8:46:12 PM

Thx you for replay


plastic nothing for me 2 but what about the BIOS and performers ? and OC setup

they told me Sabertooth P67 can run normal setup to 4,6 esay with out changed any config !

this is my system now

CPU Arch : 1 CPU - 4 Cores - 4 Threads
CPU PSN : Intel Core i5-2500 CPU @ 3.30GHz
CPU EXT : MMX, SSE (1, 2, 3, 3S, 4.1, 4.2), EM64T, VT-x, AES, AVX
CPUID : 6.A.7 / Extended : 6.2A
CPU Cache : L1 : 4 x 32 / 4 x 32 KB - L2 : 4 x 256 KB
CPU Cache : L3 : 6144 KB
Core : Sandy Bridge (32 nm) / Stepping : D2
Freq : 3592.34 MHz (99.79 * 36)
MB Brand : MSI
MB Model : P67A-GD65 (MS-7681)
NB : Intel Sandy Bridge rev 09
SB : Intel P67 rev B2
GPU Type : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
GPU Clocks : Core 750 MHz / RAM 2000 MHz
DirectX Version : 11.0
RAM : 4096 MB DDR3
RAM Speed : 665.3 MHz (1:5) @ 9-9-9-24
Slot 1 : 2048MB (10700)
Slot 1 Manufacturer : Kingston
Slot 2 : 2048MB (10700)
Slot 2 Manufacturer : Kingston

a c 207 Ĉ ASUS
a c 716 V Motherboard
March 21, 2011 9:22:55 PM

Redstaing said:

CPUID : 6.A.7 / Extended : 6.2A

I assume it's a Intel Core i5 2500K then 4.6~4.78 GHz is obtainable. I don't recommend the 'one-button' or 'auto-OC'.

And you're asking about the ASUS for ... why?! You have an MSI P67A-GD65.
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a c 245 V Motherboard
March 21, 2011 9:44:36 PM

The asus p8p67-M pro is a micro-atx motherboard. As far as oc, it should do as well as anything. Remember, that the oc limits are dependent on the particular chip sample. Your results will vary.
a c 302 Ĉ ASUS
a c 1119 V Motherboard
March 21, 2011 11:28:25 PM

jaquith said:
I assume it's a Intel Core i5 2500K then 4.6~4.78 GHz is obtainable. I don't recommend the 'one-button' or 'auto-OC'.

And you're asking about the ASUS for ... why?! You have an MSI P67A-GD65.

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Just replace to revision B3 P67A-GD65 board for free!
March 22, 2011 2:51:56 PM

Hello there my MSI GD65 is not B3 IT is the old v than i need new power full motherboard they will give me one for free and get the old GD65 back

May 6, 2011 9:01:03 AM

i read somewhere that the M pro and the pro had the same features, the M is just missing a few PCI slots and bluetooth. (if i read wrong please correct me so i don't give misleading info to other people)
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a c 245 V Motherboard
May 6, 2011 1:42:24 PM

wenqi said:
i read somewhere that the M pro and the pro had the same features, the M is just missing a few PCI slots and bluetooth. (if i read wrong please correct me so i don't give misleading info to other people)


I looked at this extensively at launch. The PRO is a bit more expensive. In part because it will allow sli. But, sli is probably not a great idea on a m-atx motherboard. Installing two dual slot graphics cards will put them next to each other, and one card will be starved for cooling air.

The non-pro will have ide support that is missing on the pro. There were some other minor differences which I forget. Go to newegg, and select the two for a side by side comparison. See if there is a feature that you need that is missing in the trade off of one for the other. The asus web site might also have the comparison capability. I got the pro on speculation that sli might be a future option. In retrospect, that was probably not a great advantage.
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