Reviewers are often criticized for the kind of articles we write. I am not talking about those who write so-called reviews where I can literally find more information about the product on the manufacturer's website, but with some shameless self promotion plug in all forms of humility -- even quality pieces of writings (Like the ones we publish here at APH Networks) are no exception. The reason for this does not lie in the hands of the one who writes the review. The reason for this comes down to the nature of each article. It is easy for us to get the latest and greatest computer components for evaluation, and while those reviews are exceptionally popular all the time, what good does it do for the common individual? Not everyone is interested in spending huge amounts of money for the best computer parts in the market. Of course, if you are reading this review, chances are that you are looking for something that is more... mainstream. Not 'low end' or 'cheap', but mainstream, midrange performance -- the most sought after market bracket by all board manufacturers. So don't complain to us that we go Lamborghini all day and ignore all the Hondas of this world, because we specifically wanted the ASUS P8P67 PRO for our review today. Following the brilliant ASUS P8P67 WS Revolution we have taken a look at last week, how well does the P8P67 PRO hold its own against its bigger brother? We've got you covered.
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