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For the money and the performance I dont think you can beat the board below. It is only 89.00 dollars and you recieve dual 16X width PCI-E. And if the ocing capabilities are anything like their nf41, then you will be able to hit 300+ FSB easy.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813188006
Personally, I'm very leery of any mobo eVGA has. I had the nf41 SLI, and that has to be the pickiest mobo I've ever owned when it came to memory. Here's hoping they don't repeat that debacle ever again.
    
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Personally, I'm very leery of any mobo eVGA has. I had the nf41 SLI, and that has to be the pickiest mobo I've ever owned when it came to memory. Here's hoping they don't repeat that debacle ever again.
Wow, you and I had very different experiences it would seem. I also have the nf41 SLI board (rip thanks to my dog...). Anyways, it ran great with my corsair xms, corsair value, and my moms patriot ram. The DFI LanpartyUT Ultra-D I bought to replace it had some real problems with my xms so it has been returned, an Asus A8N 32-SLI Deluxe is on the way, hopefully I will have better luck, but I digress. I personally would reccomend the evga board, what ram did you use?
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Wow, you and I had very different experiences it would seem. I also have the nf41 SLI board (rip thanks to my dog...). Anyways, it ran great with my corsair xms, corsair value, and my moms patriot ram. The DFI LanpartyUT Ultra-D I bought to replace it had some real problems with my xms so it has been returned, an Asus A8N 32-SLI Deluxe is on the way, hopefully I will have better luck, but I digress. I personally would reccomend the evga board, what ram did you use?
http://evga.com/community/messageboard/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=9905

Check that link out. You must have been lucky as hell with your RAM choices. It's well documented that the nf41 had serious RAM compatability probs. There's a couple more threads on that at the eVGA forum, along with the one I just posted a link to.
    
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Hahaha I love all this help but I cant seem to choose which one, I think I might so with the A8N Asus SLI since Asus is a good company...
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What does everyone else think!?
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ASUS is a good company to buy from. If that's the board that strikes your fancy, go with it. We can narrow down the field a bit, but after a certain point, it's gonna come down to your personal preference.
    
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So everyone is cool and agrees the Asus is the best?
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Originally Posted by Witchfire
Personally, I'm very leery of any mobo eVGA has. I had the nf41 SLI, and that has to be the pickiest mobo I've ever owned when it came to memory. Here's hoping they don't repeat that debacle ever again.
I don't know about that eVga one... No GeForce 7950?!?!?!?? All hope for life has been lost on the board (in my view)
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