An armour plated Sabertooth from ASUS
Subject: Motherboards | May 5, 2011 - 02:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: p67, thermal, armour, armor, lga1155
The ASUS P67 Sabretooth sports Thermal Armor, a shell over most of the PCB giving it a unique look, but that's not all. It also helps to spread the heat generated from your components and caps and has thermal sensors embedded within to give you a really good look at the temperature of portions of your board. The UEFI BIOS caught The Tech Report's eye as did the performance. They aren't convinced that the board should have you upgrading before the looming release of the Z68 but if that is not within your budget, this board might be.
"Asus' Sabertooth P67 motherboard offers five-year warranty coverage, loads of temperature sensors, and a novel shroud designed to cool motherboard components. We take a closer look at whether Asus has built the perfect premium P67 board for enthusiasts."
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