Pros Good features
Cons Not as fast as other boards
Summary My recomendations is to buy the DFI LANPARTY SLI Motherboard. You can pick it up for a little over $200. The DFI will blow this away in ever single test. The overclocking features are alot better also. The AI part of this board is a JOKE.
Pros There are too many options! This board is by far the best I have ever used/installed for another person. With all the add-ons, extra ports and such, you are ready for the future, particularly with the introduction of a s939 sli motherboard. Also, for fu
Cons The amount of wire in the case is all out obtrusive and not very appealing. After two and a half hours, I managed to tuck them away so they don't interefere with other components fans, but they are still visible, and I need to make an enclosure on the bo
Pros 4 dual channel DIMM slots 7 expansion slots (2 of which are PCI-E x16) Very colorful board
Cons The first batch of SLI mobos are always alil quirky but with the limited choice this is the board that is if you have the money.
Pros This board just works. Its stability is a real plus.
Cons can be fun to get set up sometimes. Getting raid setup on a new xp install can be less then easy on these boards.
Summary while this is a dated board to be sure, its stability is awesome. I have had such good luck with this board I wish they would just keep expanding the A8N line..
"Smooth runner"on by Data_Monkey
Cons So issues with IE
Summary I luv this board! It has been a workhorse for me. Runs all my games and apps very smoothly. Plus with all the built in extras like RAID and on board firewall it save me form having to go buy 3rd party stuff at can slow down the machine.
I did have some problems with IE locking up but I believe it was the PCIe cards running in tandem then the mother board. New driver seem to have fixed it.