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Umm well... The BadAxe is a great motherboard. I wouldn't go from it to Asus' 975 unless your BadAxe blew up or something.

If you want SLI the answer is obvious.

If you are going to go with an Intel chipset and it's between P965 and P35 I would for sure take the P35.
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So, the P35 Chipset is better for overclocking and is just all around better; like a revised version of the P965? Damn, Silviastud, you are running a 500MHz FSB, a 1:1 ratio, and a 3.5GHz Processor. I am thinking of getting a P5K and running:

500FSB; 1:1; 3.0GHz

With a Tuniq Tower 120 and upgraded Bridge coolers (probably Thermaltake HR-05/HR-05 SLi).

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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
300GB / 60GB / 4GB 16x LG DVD Burner Windows: XP ViewSonic 19" VP191b 
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Saitek PK-02 SeaSonic M12 SS-700MH Antec P180B Mid-Tower Logitech G5 
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