The P8P67 EVO is classified by ASUS as an enthusiast board and is one step down from the premium Deluxe model. As we will see shortly, the EVO is a feature-packed offering that includes onboard power and reset buttons, Intel LAN, powered eSATA and an upgraded heatpipe cooling design for the VRMs.
The ASUS P8P67 EVO arrived in a black box with white and gold accents. The front of the box features the specific model name and some key features while there is a more detailed specification breakdown on the reverse. We also have the P8H67-M EVO board on hand which features a very similar box design. The H67 was featured in our i5-2500K review so we could test out Intel's on-chip GPU.
ASUS have listened to their customers and went with a consistent layout on all of their new Sandy Bridge boards which happen to carry over to the box art.
Let's move ahead and take a look at the full features and specifications on the EVO P67 board.