Originally Posted by buffbiff21
...which do not matter
does not matter; the boards are basically the same thing.
Except the asus is £60 more expensive and does not handle high speed memory as good.
Conclusion...Next friday when i get my pay cheque, my money will be going on the EVGA 122 ck and 2 EVGA 8800GTX superclocked acs models.
Reasons are stated in other posts but to add to that EVGA have a lot better customer support (Still waiting for a chipset fan from asus for my A8N-SLI).
And from everything i have read, price to performance ratio, the EVGA wins hands down.