Originally Posted by utnorris
The good is that it's an overall great board with a lot of features like SAS. The only bad thing is that it seems to have the same 220BCLK limit that most x58 boards have. This still allows you to achieve 4.6Ghz, but that would be your limit. It does overclock ram well and it's an easy board to work with. From a GPU standpoint, it will only support triple SLI with water cooling where the blocks keep the card to a single slot configuration. Otherwise you would be limited to SLI. You of course can get around with this with a pair of GTX295's. As far as water cooling goes, the water block is 1/2" and is solid copper. I would say it's as good as an EK or BP block. For the money and if triple SLI is not something you want to do it's a great board.
On a side note, I have my Classified coming, so I will be able to compare the two to see if it is worth almost $200 more for the Classified.
Thanks alot! I'm happy with my 260gtx card, it's good enough graphics for the two games I play. CoD5 and wow sometimes, but if I'm going at higher range, I doubt I'll ever get 3 295's or something like that, way to expensive.
4ghz is pretty much my first goal, so if the board could allow me a 4.6ghz it's more tha enough good for me
Yeah, I can't wait intill I get mine and start overclocking agian.
Which BIOS is the best one at the moment?