Interested in stuff as usual, I am wondering how others' mobos are treating them. Mine is just silly. On the newegg.com review board, most love the eVGA SLI mobo I have, because, in essense, it does what any mobo should do: work stably. Besides that, there are claims of good overclocks. Well, they don't know what they're talking about, more so than I... The FSB is locked to 250, so my Patriot PC 4800 memory, even at amazingly generous timings and voltage, won't do it. The mobo forces me to work at 200 in the event that I set the FSB over 250. The BIOS doesn't have a HTT multiplier setting like the Genie BIOS, so I can't fiddle with that either. I was shocked when CPU-Z told me that I was running at 1.4Ghz (200 x 7), when I actually had it at 266 x 7, to see how the system works. At the BOIS screen, it tells me that it's going to run at 266 @ 1:1 ratio to the CPU clock. Now, it is either I am amazingly ignorant, or the board just won't give. The layout of the board forces me to go SLI by buying another 7800GT if I wanted space for a chipset waterblock. When the 7800GT is in the designated 16X slot, the card sits right over the chipset fan, that which is quite noisy. That thing is quite incompetent, causing my system to be on the verge of a toasty death. This thing definately works well for general use. But it blows nonetheless when it comes to going hardcore..