The P67 chipset is not as new as the Z77, but perfectly useable. @$50, it is a steal.
If the motherboard is fresh stock, it will have all the bios updates needed to support ivy bridge.
To verify, go to the evga web site, and look at the cpu support list. It should say what bios level is needed.
The bios update download notes will tell you what date the update was created.
And... some of the newer motherboards can update the bios without a cpu installed.
As a caveat, the newegg listing says sandy bridge only, so check that out for certain.
edit.. I did some more checking, and it looks like sandy bridge only.
That surprises me because my P67 asus board was able to be updated to support ivy bridge, and it was one of the first P67 boards out.