save your cash go for a 780i or better chipset from a different company.
4 November 2011
Summary: This board was a mistake I never intend to make again. At stock settings it works ok. If you intend to overclock like most people who would buy this board ( as it is marketed as an enthusiast board)...dont.
Summary: After getting this product and spending a few DAYS trying to get it working, I did some back-research into the brand XFX and found that their boards are well below reliable. I needed to get the nForce 750i SLI board to replace the board I had in previously, which was EVGA Branded, and the XFX was...
Summary: This board looks nice; that's about it. It barely worked for me. Had a lot of freezing and blue-screens. Horrible for overclocking. Board died a few days ago. I now run a G31 chipset. AVOID XFX!
Summary: Horrible motherboard. Horrible support. MB is very crashy. Do yourself a big favor and don't buy any products from this company. This is not a quality company for motherboards. I had 2 of these 750i boards and wow what a mistake that was!
Summary: i get this board after my EVGA 780-sli fail to reconize any raid item when post for my sorprise this board was one of the most stable board (for the price) based on nvidia nforce 4 chipset ,its not a strongest overclocker but its a great sli solution.
Summary: I brought one of these boards about 6 months ago and had nothing but trouble with it stright out of the box BSD and very unstable both running SLI and with out ... It took XFX support ( or if thats what you call it ) 4 months to offer an RMA and even then .. i had trouble with that ...
Summary: Pro: Price..Much better than Tiger Direct, since one never gets their MIR, It Works. Adequate spacing between SLIed Video Cards for air flow. Con: Only one PS2 port. Bios a bit of a pain. Too few SATA ports.