Time is almost here to go A64. Im still on AXP at the moment and have had no experiance of NF3 or 4. What i hear is the DFI is undoubtably the king for overclocking, like it was with the lanparty Bs a couple of yerars ago. The only thing thats holding me back from making a firm decision is the odd quirks that socket A board suffered from. I was, and still am an avid NF7 user, for its overclocking (being good, but not quite as good as the lanparty without vmods etc) but mostly for its stability (truth be known the combination of overclocking options and stability) How is the SLI board(s) for stability and quirks? Are there any renowned boards i may have overlooked that offer superior stability and still have reasonable control over the voltages etc that make overclocking more of a pleasure? Im not scared of a bit of tweaking to begin with, but i dont want to be forever tweaking, or suffering from those cold boot problems or similar.