There seems to be a lot of misconceptions with the EVGA boards.
Don't buy the TR/AR boards, they are the older version of the newer and updated A1/T1 boards. The "1" stands for the New revision, and the "T" versions are basically OEM boards with a board and a box.
: New Revision, complete accessoriesAR
: Old Revision, bare boardT1
: New Revision, complete accessoriesTR
: Old Revision, bare board
I'm looking at the Box that my EVGA 122-CK-NF68 A1 came in at this very moment, and it does say "Support for Quad Core" in big green letters right on it.
You can overclock Quad cores with this board with at least some success, I've seen plenty who've done it *if you have good CPU cooling*, and this is not determinant of the board. I wish people wouldn't get that confused, because that
seems to be the major drawback of OC'ing Quads: they get very hot because you're cooling 4 processors instead on one or two. That isn't any
motherboards boards fault.
The P5K may be better at OC'ing Quads, this is true... the EVGA 680i A1 is likely a good one to have for OC'ing your Quad except for that one though IMO.
EDIT: Fixed the Revision Table, (mixed up the Letters.) Thanks Cyant.