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Decent, Reliable and Stable 780i board?!

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Well I have just gone through two P5N-T Deluxes in some weeks and awaiting a striker II to arrive. Well tbh this is just a rant but is there actually a decent reliable and stable 780i board for SLI out at the moment?!

I have been reading through various forums (EVGA,SLIzone,ASUStek) especially this one and there seems to be problems with all the 780i boards. Even the EVGA boards which seems to be the most solid out of the problematic lot. Well I dont want to start an ASUS is crap flame war but is there actually a 780i board that havent had issues?
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the evga ones are great. the only issue that was well spread is the video curruption bug which is FIXED as of the most recent bios. the only thing to look into with the evga ones is some issue with sli ready memory in the most recent patch i dont no enough about it to inform you properly im sure someone else woudl be glad to inform you.
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It's really just Asus as their boards aren't reference boards.
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Thanks for the swift replies. What exactly is a reference board? (noobish q i know) So EVGA or XFX is really the one to go for? There was talk on the EVGA forums about the 780i FTW (for the win?) but there arent any release details from EVGA yet. Might get it when it comes out.

Really quite frustrating system decided to not boot the day before COD4 maps come out lol
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