Is it just my comp or in it's current state is this MB unstable and really bad at overclocking? In SLI mode I could not even get my 6800 GT's to Ultra speeds of 400mhz/1.1Ghz. I went back to single graphics card because the main Game I play, World of Warcraft does not support it. Anyways, I've found that even with one graphic card this board is pretty unstable and trying to overclock is a nightmare. If I had a dime for everytime I had to reach in for the CMOS clear jumper I'd have a nice steak dinner. I have tried all versions of the bios's on Asus website including the 03 beta revisions. I can't even get the machine to post running STOCK 2-2-2-5 1T timmings on 2GB of some decient ram: http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=20-220-033&depa=1. Seems everything I do to get the damn Ram out of auto DDR 333 locks something up and I have to clear the CMOS. The other half of the time the machine refuses to send out a video signal. Machine locks up, power button doesn't work, only thing that gets it back is a CMOS clear. Only way I can get it to run with any stabilty is setting 2T with 400Mhz 2-2-2-5. This obviously is a performance hit. If the only thing I adjust OFF of Auto is 1T, it will Post a rediculous DDR 200. I've just never seen a MB so prone to just locking up constantly with memory changes, no errors no beeps just clear CMOS time. Another strange thing, if I leave HT on auto it sets it to 4x. What crap is that. I don't want to set a FX-55 5x HT CPU at 4x. If I leave everything in the BIOS on Auto and use NTune, it gets some decient overclock but it always sets it too high, it will always lock up in Prime 95 or 3DMark 05. I am confirming that the PCI bus is locked to 33Mhz. Now something recently happened, god knows what, Windows XP Pro is hanging after the WInXP splash at a black desktop with a working white mouse cursor as the only thing appearing. I've tried system restore, tried everything possible under safe mode to get normal mode back up and running and nothing. I suspect all this constant crashing did something. Time to re-install the OS. As far as overclocking in SLI mode with two 6800 GT's it pretty much didn't get far before it locked up no matter the speed/vcore etc etc. I doubt also it is a PSU cause, its a 550Watt with 40AMP 12v rail keeping a minimum of 11.7V under the most stress. So, anyone else with A8N series seeing anything similar and have comments/suggestions?