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I've looked at several posts but haven't really found an answer.

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As far as I can tell it should have the same BIOS/UEFI as my ASUS P8Z68-V and that works just fine.

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and what about the overcklocking tools and intel driver update(as seen last days ago)? –  Alexander Marcev Sep 24 '11 at 10:34
    
You cannot install Windows drivers in Ubuntu and I doubt you can run overclocking tools for Windows through WINE in Ubuntu (but I haven't tested that). There's also a bunch of overclocking stuff in the BIOS/UEFI, but again - haven't played around with that yet. –  htorque Sep 24 '11 at 10:37

"Yes it works" !

I'm typing this on a ubuntu box built with an Asus P8H67 and id works great. Only problem : hibernate and suspend do not work, at least with ubuntu 11.10.

Some new info on this : these patch should get suspend working on the P8H67 M. Unfornutalely you have to build your own kernel to use them and I don't know if they will be backported to 12.04 (should be included in kernel 3.3, and 12.04 will use 3.2)

Kernel 3.3 for Ubuntu 12.04 can also be downloaded here: http://www.upubuntu.com/2012/05/linux-kernel-335-released-installation.html

Suspend works for me now with Asus P8H67, but hibernate still doesn't.

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You can improve your answer a bit by at least adding "Yes it works". Someone flagged this, possibly because it appears to be more of a comment. –  RolandiXor Nov 10 '11 at 14:25
    
Some new info on this : these patch should get suspend working on the P8H67 M. Unfornutalely you have to build your own kernel to use them and I don't know if they will be backported to 12.04 (should be included in kernel 3.3, and 12.04 will use 3.2) –  Pierre Rust Jan 27 '12 at 12:37

Works fine on my P8P67 Pro. I originally had it installed in bios mode but I recently reformatted and set up the GPT partition table and EFI system partition and am now booting in EFI mode.

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