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    Full review for ASUS P8P67 DELUXE with Intel Core i5 2400

    The next generation for INTEL Ė LGA 1155, with replacement LGA 1156 soon. N.D.A will be end on 2011 Jan 6, first day on CeBIT.

    But, Taiwan is a strange place. Although Box havenít come out, lot of ES came out already. This time not like P55 chipset, Motherboard faster than CPUÖ

    Well, mobo(ASUS P8P67 DELUXE) buy from Taiwan Guanghwa, CPU(INTEL Core i5 2400) buy from Yahoo BidÖ letís do test for INTEL P67 Chipset.



    P8 stand for P67 chipset, and P7 stand for P55 chipset.


    Make a quite conspicuous in appearance. Black with green, different with P7.

    Yes, itís quite conspicuous.

    Make it clear.



    Intel P67 chipset, make sure using the correct cpu with LGA 1155.



    Digital VRM design.



    Back.



    Specification, Please go website for more.



    See first before you buy it.



    Instruction and accessories.



    Give you a front USB 3.0 device.



    ASUS P8P67 DELUXE -



    PS2 X 1 (Mouse and Keyboard combine)
    USB 2.0 X 8
    USB 3.0 X 2
    SPDIF X 1
    BT X 1
    IEEE 1394 X 1
    eSATA X 2
    LAN X 2 (one is INTEL Chipset)



    Back of mobo.



    Taking NEC USB 3.0 chipset.



    Other Chipset for this mobo -
    REALTEK ALC 889 for sound
    VIA VT6315N for IEEE 1394
    REALTEK 8111E and INTEL WG82579V for Lan.



    PLX for PCI-E. ICS controller chipset part number is 0630893.



    Front USB 3.0 also taking NEC.



    P67 chipset give up PCI slot, so must use Asmedia ASM1083 for it.



    SATA port. Deep blue and white for SATA 6Gb/s, SATA II using light blue.



    Debug segment, power and reset button. The left is EPU switch.



    Take a close look.



    Two PCI-E 1X, PCI-E 16X for three (run in 16X, 8X, 8X), and two PCI from ASM1083.



    Dram LED, Memory button and TPU function.



    Donít try Overclock too much with P67 chipset and No K CPU, so one EPS enough for it.



    P8P67 Deluxe give you 16 + 2 PWM.



    Socket LGA 1155.







    Let do some test with the following platform -

    INTEL CORE i5 2400
    ASUS P8P67 DELUXE
    ASUS ENGTX 580
    CORSAIR VENEANGE DDR3 1600MHz 4GB X 2
    Thermaltake XT 575W
    Thermaltake FRIO
    OCZ Vertex2 60GB

    CPU-Z. C1E, C3E, C6E all switch off in BIOS, only keep the Turbo Boost, let the i5 2400 go
    through 3.4GHz.



    Fritz Chess Benchmark.



    CrystalMark 2004R3



    Nuclearus Multi Core



    Cinebench r10



    Cinebench r11.5



    Horrible read write for memory.


    Compare with Kinston DDR3 2000 CL 9-10-9-27 on ASUS X58 SABERTOOTH.



    wPrime, also quite horrible in P67.



    PCMARK Vantage.


    Some game benchmark between Core i7 920 and Core i5 2400 with ASUS GTX580.

    DMC4

    i7 920



    i5 2400



    Final Fantasy XIV

    i7 920



    i5 2400



    Monster Hunter Frontier

    i7 920



    i5 2400



    Resident Evil V

    i7 920



    i5 2400



    StreetFighter IV

    i7 920



    i5 2400



    3Dmark Vantage.



    Well, we canít adjust Multipier on NO K series, and only adjust a little bit for the Bckl in P67. For the stable running benchmark, I let my i5 2400 run in 106.5 MHz.



    wPrime.



    3DMARK VANTAGE.



    Cinebench R11.5, WOW ~ kill the i7 960.



    The most for my i5 2400 - 107.4



    Yes, quite fun for P67 chipset. we canít do extreme overclock without K series. Memory bandwidth is faster than triple channel platform X58 chipset, because INTEL change the way for memory.

    Less than 10 days for NDA.

    Wait for my i7 2600k and ASUS ROG Maximus IV EXTREME.

    Provide a benchmark review for ASUS P8P67 DELUXE and Core i5 2400, thanks.

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    nice work... I like the platform, a lot... for daily usage it's a blast
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeghoofd View Post
    nice work... I like the platform, a lot... for daily usage it's a blast
    yes ~
    it become my working platform a few days ...
    but now
    I change back to X58 again

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    any aida64 bench?

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    Asus using almost the same theme as gigabyte on this board hehe, Nice review seems like it beats the 920 in pretty much every bench.. Cant wait to see what comes in 2011, gonna be fun!!

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeghoofd View Post
    nice work... I like the platform, a lot... for daily usage it's a blast
    Yeah what he said
    proud to be from Belguim ^^

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    Nice review, at what clocks was the 920? And will the i5 2400 be much faster than a Q9550 @ 4.0ghz?
    Last edited by SLBoy; 12-28-2010 at 04:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLBoy View Post
    Nice review, at what clocks was the 920? And will the i5 2400 be much faster than a Q9550 @ 4.0ghz?
    920 in 2.6GHz
    sorry ..
    I don't have LGA 775 to compare with it

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    Thx for sharing...a part from the board that is really nice, which lenses where you using for taking pics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubZero.it View Post
    Thx for sharing...a part from the board that is really nice, which lenses where you using for taking pics?
    40D + 24 -105 F4L with 580EX II ~

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    I can't see any of the pictures

    OCM

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC Maximus View Post
    I can't see any of the pictures

    OCM
    sorry...
    FTP got some problem....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pertonas View Post
    yes ~
    it become my working platform a few days ...
    but now
    I change back to X58 again
    May I ask you why??
    Regards
    Ci7 2600k+Noctua NH-D14/2X4Gb Gskill Ripjaws 16000/Asus P8P67 Deluxe@BIOS1305/OCZ Vertex 2 120GB+WD 1TB Green/Asus GTX460 DirectCu/Corsair AX750

    C2Q6600(G0)+Noctua NH U12P/2x2Gb Crucial Ballistix PC6400/Asus P5Q-E/WD Velociraptor 150Gb+WD 1TB Green/EVGA GTX260 216sp/Tagan Piperock 700w
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    would like to see results but the pics don't work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bokoy View Post
    May I ask you why??
    Regards
    2400 only 4 cores
    920 4 core 8 threads

    so ~~

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    picture no7 is broken
    thanks for the review...
    doesnt look like digital btw... and only 2 phases for vtt... hows memory ocing? hmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    picture no7 is broken
    thanks for the review...
    doesnt look like digital btw... and only 2 phases for vtt... hows memory ocing? hmmm
    WOW ~ is SAAYA ~
    maximus run in 22XX MHz

    using HYPERX T1 2250MHz
    Last edited by pertonas; 12-28-2010 at 08:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pertonas View Post
    WOW ~ is SAAYA ~
    maximus run in 22XX MHz

    using HYPERX T1 2250MHz
    hah, do i know you?
    thanks

    2250 is not bad...
    whats the max you ever got out of that kit of memory?
    how is efficiency compared to 1156 and 1366? about the same?

    and i just came back to post, 106 is stable? thats not bad, well, for 1155 its not bad a 6% overclock is still better than only a 3% overclock... but i doubt this will make a difference in benchmarks, not enough to make people choose one board over another... but its better have it than not so its a nice feature...

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    hah, do i know you?
    thanks

    2250 is not bad...
    whats the max you ever got out of that kit of memory?
    how is efficiency compared to 1156 and 1366? about the same?

    and i just came back to post, 106 is stable? thats not bad, well, for 1155 its not bad a 6% overclock is still better than only a 3% overclock... but i doubt this will make a difference in benchmarks, not enough to make people choose one board over another... but its better have it than not so its a nice feature...
    maybe you forgot ~
    when you still in FOXCONN with peterwei
    I still have your MSN

    stable in 106.5
    this kit running in LGA 1366 with 24XXMHz in air

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    You already tried 0905 bios Pertonas ? Having some boot issues with my board (original bios)
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    issues like what rebooting, freezing? if you could explain them i would appreciate it. And can you tell me where can i get the bios 0905?

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    thanks for nice review
    one question : are the cooler mount holes identical to 1156 and 1366 sockets?...so that we dont have to buy new cpu coolers again(i have the VenomousX and dont really want another)
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    ---
    "Generally speaking, CMOS power consumption is the result of charging and discharging gate capacitors. The charge required to fully charge the gate grows with the voltage; charge times frequency is current. Voltage times current is power. So, as you raise the voltage, the current consumption grows linearly, and the power consumption quadratically, at a fixed frequency. Once you reach the frequency limit of the chip without raising the voltage, further frequency increases are normally proportional to voltage. In other words, once you have to start raising the voltage, power consumption tends to rise with the cube of frequency."
    +++
    1st
    CPU - 2600K(4.4ghz)/Mobo - AsusEvo/RAM - 8GB1866mhz/Cooler - VX/Gfx - Radeon 6950/PSU - EnermaxModu87+700W
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    2nd
    TRUltra-120Xtreme /// EnermaxModu82+(625w) /// abitIP35pro/// YorkfieldQ9650-->3906mhz(1.28V) /// 640AAKS & samsung F1 1T &samsung F1640gb&F1 RAID 1T /// 4gigs of RAM-->520mhz /// radeon 4850(700mhz)-->TRHR-03 GT
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    Windsor4200(11x246-->2706mhz-->1.52v) : Zalman9500 : M2N32-SLI Deluxe : 2GB ddr2 SuperTalent-->451mhz : seagate 7200.10 320GB :7900GT(530/700) : Tagan530w

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    thanks for nice review
    one question : are the cooler mount holes identical to 1156 and 1366 sockets?...so that we dont have to buy new cpu coolers again(i have the VenomousX and dont really want another)
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    ---
    "Generally speaking, CMOS power consumption is the result of charging and discharging gate capacitors. The charge required to fully charge the gate grows with the voltage; charge times frequency is current. Voltage times current is power. So, as you raise the voltage, the current consumption grows linearly, and the power consumption quadratically, at a fixed frequency. Once you reach the frequency limit of the chip without raising the voltage, further frequency increases are normally proportional to voltage. In other words, once you have to start raising the voltage, power consumption tends to rise with the cube of frequency."
    +++
    1st
    CPU - 2600K(4.4ghz)/Mobo - AsusEvo/RAM - 8GB1866mhz/Cooler - VX/Gfx - Radeon 6950/PSU - EnermaxModu87+700W
    +++
    2nd
    TRUltra-120Xtreme /// EnermaxModu82+(625w) /// abitIP35pro/// YorkfieldQ9650-->3906mhz(1.28V) /// 640AAKS & samsung F1 1T &samsung F1640gb&F1 RAID 1T /// 4gigs of RAM-->520mhz /// radeon 4850(700mhz)-->TRHR-03 GT
    ++++
    3rd
    Windsor4200(11x246-->2706mhz-->1.52v) : Zalman9500 : M2N32-SLI Deluxe : 2GB ddr2 SuperTalent-->451mhz : seagate 7200.10 320GB :7900GT(530/700) : Tagan530w

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    Using the VenomousX here mate, no worries fit's like a glove
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    Quote Originally Posted by AAbenson View Post
    thanks for nice review
    one question : are the cooler mount holes identical to 1156 and 1366 sockets?...so that we dont have to buy new cpu coolers again(i have the VenomousX and dont really want another)
    mate don't worry about that
    LGA 1155 same with LGA 1156

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