It's me again, Margaret. Are you naked? ...sorry. But it is me again, back with another what should I buy question. I found a buyer for my current rig and with the cash I won in an online contest at an overclocking forum coupled with some extra cash from building a rig for a friend my bang/buck upgrade is moving right along. The Intel i3 530 is a lock for my CPU and I'll be picking up a 5770 (Sapphire Vapor-X - W00T!) so I am now looking for help with the motherboard. The top contenders are the Gigabyte P55M-UD2 ($106) and the MSI P55-CD53 ($109). I'm probably never going to run Crossfire so that's not much of a selling point however I may in the future run RAID, which is the main reason why I am staying away from H55 boards. The Gigabyte offering is a proven overclocker but does not have any cooling on the VRM's and is a mATX board, which I haven't had much luck with in the past when it comes to overclocking. Maybe things have changed since then. The BIOS is crazy but I'm not a big fan of the way they list voltages by +xxx number above the stock voltage instead of an actual voltage number so you know just how much juice is flowing. The MSI board is an ATX format board with a small, aluminum heatsink on the VRM's but if it uses Dr.Mos like they say, this shouldn't be much of an issue. The BIOS is pretty robust but probably not as potentially confusing as the Gigabyte board. This board is not really pushed as a hardware junkies wet dream but then again, neither is the other however Tom's Hardware had a VRM blow out on this board at only 1.36v and I cannot seem to find anything anywhere that states MSI has fixed this issue. I'm not really planning on punishing these boards since I would have a hard time explaining to my wife . I'm just hoping for a 4Ghz + overclock that is 24/7 stable without really pumping up the voltage if my VID is low enough. I'd love to score one with a VID of .65 but that's probably a dream. Anyway, discuss!