I have to say that this board is VERY good! Definitely worth it!
17 April 2011
Summary: I have to say that this board is VERY good! It takes quite a bit of tinkering to get it working; but, if you are getting this board, chances are you are looking to OC anyways. My advice is to make sure you read up on it and don't post "it did not work" on forums and start complaining. Most of the time it's just the settings that need tweaking. Also - make sure to use new SATA cables or replace yours if you suspect connection probs.
ASUS WS Revolution, Core i7 950, w/6X2G Corsair, RAID5
15 March 2011
Summary: This is a solid Motherboard. I loaded a I7 950 into the ASUS P6T6 Work Station Revolution mobo w/12 gigs (6X2G) of corsair DDR3, a 1000W Cooler master PSU, and 6 320G WD Blacks in RAID5. I have an outdated 200 series GPU, but not for long. It booted up and runs great. The ASUS board hasn't missed a beat. You gotta pay attention to the RAID controller, on the way in. Ctrl-M for Marvel & Ctrl-I for Intel.
ASUS P6T6 WS Revolution - This Builders Choice Board
23 February 2010
Summary: I chose this motherboard for the many features it offers as well as price. Asus has put together a package unmatched so far. It has 6 pci-e x 16 slots for adding all your extras. Including being configured to run both ATI Crossfire AND SLI multiple video card set ups. It features 6 on board S-ata II slots that can be configured as ACHI or RAID drives as well as 2 SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) connectors to allow your 10,000 or 15,000 RPM drives freedom to spin up for...
Summary: this motherboard is a beast. solid as a rock as asus would say. they need to stay away from making monitors because they are trash. this has onboard SAS, too bad i wasted my money on water cooling. i still havent gotten to use the SAS yet and 3 pci express x16 slots great bios. great if you can afford a third video card. the only thing i disliked was the placement of the sata controllers.make it a tight squeeze if you dont know how to wire your case right.