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ASUS P67 'Sandy Bridge' Motherboards Preview

Author: MAC
Date: November 14, 2010
Product Name: ASUS P67 Sandy Bridge Motherboards
 
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As should come as no surprise to our always well-informed readership, a new generation of Intel processors is on the way. Codenamed Sandy Bridge, these new CPUs have been an increasingly hot topic of discussion on various enthusiast forums for the last few months, if only due to the sporadic and dubious rumors about the capabilities of the new platform. We aren't free to clear up any of the confusion, nor tell you any titillating new information about Sandy Bridge, but all will be revealed sooner rather than later.

Thankfully though, Intel have mercifully given motherboard manufacturers the green light to show off their new motherboards based on the upcoming 6-series chipsets. Specifically, manufacturers have been permitted to reveal models based on the performance-oriented P67 chipset, which is the one that enthusiasts will really be interested in.

So without further ado, let's take a sneak peak at a few of ASUS' upcoming P8P67 series, Republic of Gamers (RoG), and The Ultimate Force (TUF) motherboard models.

 
 
 

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