AnandTech has found two SandyBridge boards for under $200, the ASUS P8P67 Pro and the Gigabyte P67A-UD4.  The ASUS board sports an implementation of UEFI while the Gigabyte uses a modified BIOS to handle large capacity drives.  The ASUS board also packs on overclocking features and a USB 3.0 bracket, making the Gigabyte board seem lacking in features.  The real competition comes from a previous review of an ASRock board that costs almost $50 less.  Check out the review to see who came out on top.

“In the world of motherboards and manufacturer competition, the idea is to beat your competitor. To develop the product, with more features, more fancy gadgets, and perform better than your competitor at every price point. Today, we pit arguably the two most popular motherboard vendors at a price point that will see a significant number of sales from consumers and enthusiasts alike – the ASUS P8P67 Pro and the Gigabyte P67A-UD4, which were both released during the Sandy Bridge week for $190. Forget all the marketing fluff; this is a showdown!”

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