If you’re looking for a P67 budget price motherboard that gives you more of a great performing level look no further because the ASUS P8P67-M Pro is perfect for your needs.

The looks

The P8P67-M Pro has the look of a traditional ASUS board with a combination of black and blue colors. This board comes in a form of micro ATX but not to the point of a very crowded layout. The SATA ports are well placed in front including the ATX power connector that provides an easy access wiring without the mess. The PCI-E slots are well spaced for proper ventilation when using multiple GPU. Heatsinks that comes in blue color doesn’t have that beefy size but let’s find out if it can handle heats when overclocked.

Specs

The P8P67-M Pro used a P67 chipset that supports the 2nd generation Sandy Bridge processors in socket 1155 package. It has 4 DIMM’s slot that supports dual channel DDR3 up to 32GB at 2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/1866(O.C.)/1600(O.C.)/1333/1066MHz memory module. It has three PCI-E slot that runs at single 16X configuration or dual at 8X/8X, the third (black) is at 4X and 1x PCI-E 1X slot. It provides 2 SATA 6GB/s and 4 SATA 3GB/s connectors that supports SATA RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 and 2 eSATA 6GB/s. It can accommodate up to 14x USB 2.0 and 2x USB 3.0 ports. It also has 1x Realtek LAN port and 8-chanel High Definition audio port DTS surround sensation with S/PDIF out support.

Features

The P8P67-M Pro uses the same basic characteristics that are available in all P67 motherboard that only ASUS can provide. The key capabilities of the all new ASUS mother is the EFI that offers a user friendly BIOS interface without having the classic keyboard manage. In this case you may use … Read the rest ...

What is a motherboard or mobo? In the language of modern computers, the mobo is the most crucial circuit board. It is the printed central circuit board that binds the different parts of the computer which function through their respective drivers. This article will tackle on how to update drivers of the mobo and its parts. The following are the essential components of the motherboard:

Basic Input/Output System or BIOS

The bios is the software intrinsically built within the mobo to serve as a minute pool of knowledge. Literally, the word stands for basic input and/or output functions which take control the keyboard, text display screen, serial communications, disc drives and other functions that may be run by external software.

Central Processing Unit or CPU

The mind and intellect of the computer is the central processing unit or CPU. It is the very part wherein the process of quantification, computation and calculation takes place. It is also simply known as the processor of the computer system.

Every motherboard supports only a certain range or kind of central processing unit. In you plan in upgrading or replacing the CPU, make sure to scrutinize the specifications detailed by the manufacturer of the motherboard to avoid frustrations due to waste of irreplaceable resources which particularly pertain to time and effort, not to mention the money spent.

Memory

The term pertains to the internal data storage in the computer. Memory can be stored on discs or other recording devices. Computers contain Random Access Memory also known as RAM. Each memory holds a single byte of information. Thus, a computer with a memory of 1 megabyte is holding one million bytes of information.

Mass Storage

This is also referred to as auxiliary storage and pertains to the different methods and devices for containing … Read the rest ...