My thoughts include:
A board with quadSLI/Xfire with dual slot cards capability AND space for a soundcard and/or NIC above/below the graphics
An SR-2 competitor, either in the twin-processor category, the HPTX size category, or both. Now that the Elysium is out from Xigmatek (one's on it's way to my house as I type this), HPTX cases are in a reasonable range of price and you should take advantage of all that space. Who knows what kind of mischief you could stir up with that much hardware space? Competition normally drives down price, and lower prices expand the marketability, so everybody wins.
Finally, try shipping a board that comes pre-equipped with chipset and/or vrm liquid cooling blocks. Think EVGA's HydroCopper series of video cards, but on a motherboard. that would be fabulous.
Originally Posted by smash_mouth01
PCIe 16x flexible risers,so I can choose the bracket the GPU goes into for better cooling.
90 degree 24 pin power connectors.
Both of these would be amazing. the 90 degree would make cable managing SO much nicer, and everybody loves PCIe risers. Why not ship some with the board?
I'll post again if anything else crosses my mind, but those are three biggies.Edited by darthjoe229 - 6/11/11 at 10:23pm