Originally Posted by GANDALFtheGREY
i would just google "p5kc review" and see what comes up. anything by asus is generally pretty stable though, and the p5k is, from what i've heard, a good enough board. i have no personal experience with it, though, so i can't help you anymore than that.
is a link to a review
dude after u let me to see that link, i not pretty much understand at the end at the conclusion(The issue of the flaky memory controller is mitigated by the low price, and the type of product this is; you'll only buy this if you plan to upgrade to DDR3 next year, by which time it may have a more robust BIOS. More importantly, DDR3 will be cheaper and may deliver good performance at fairly low frequencies (we'd hope for 1,333MHz at least).
The main advantage of buying this board is that you needn't agonise over whether DDR3 is worth buying now - buy the P5KC and you won't have to replace it next year as you might do with a DDR2-only P35 board. It gives you peace of mind and resolves the memory dilemma. Best of all, it doesn't cost a fortune and overclocks well.)