sithspawn, I would agree with everything buka said. I have the A7N8X-X, and have had a few problems with it. Here is my two cents.
-Very stable, I've never had it give me any trouble since the initial start up
-Picky, and even sometimes incorrect BIOS. My CPU VCORE temp reads 1.71V in Everest Home, PC Wizard, CPU-Z, and on the BIOS. When I set the temperature to the default of 1.65V, it still reads 1.71V and will not go any lower.
-Poor overclocker. As you can see in my sig, I have an AMD Athlon XP 2500+ CPU, which is supposed to EASILY overclock to 3200+ speeds. However with this motherboard, the highest I've been able to achieve is 191 MHz FSB, instead of 200 MHz.
-Picky with RAM. As mentioned below, I would not purchase this motherboard if you intend on using ValueRAM. I originally purchased Kingston ValueRAM, but had to switch to Corsair XMS when the Kingston was not being read properly.
As you can see, there are quite a few cons, and I would not recommend getting this board, there are others out there that would be better in my opinion. I built a computer for a friend using the Biostar M7NCD Pro, and it was great. It was very stable, and used ValueRAM in dual channel, something the A7N8X-X cannot do.
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