I have had my Evga 780i since about march. I bought it at tiger direct and I just love it. I was almost going to upgrade to the 790i but I think ill wait till intel i7 comes out till I do. Ive ran sli on it with great results. I had 2 9800gtx in sli mode overclocked to 800/1998/1106 and my Q6600 overclocked to 4.02ghz and broke the 20,000 mark on 3dmark06. It did take a hell of a radiator to get the cpu that high and a D-tek fuzion v2 to cool it but the board made it there without braking a sweat at the fsb over 425. This is a picture of my SwordM which was a birthday gift from my fiance. This is one of the biggest and nicest cases I have ever worked with. Everybody is complaining about the gtx 260 and 280 barely fitting in there case well i got about 2 inches of clearance on mine before the hard drive tray. This case weighed 55lbs before i even put any of my stuff in it. I want to hear how people are enjoying there 780i and mabe answer some questions for you guys that have sum. Feel free to post some numbers on performance on what your getting with your setups. Currently my cpu is clocked at 3.6ghz cuz at 4.02 my lil chip takes 1.78volt to get there so I only put it there for benchen. I am currious on what you guys get for your gtlvref lanes for voltages. Ive read quite a bit on what it is for and what not just curious on what you guys need with them to get stable. Here are some pics of my system and liquid cooling Now another problem that people are reporting is the mcp temp. I for one do not have this problem even at 448fsb. One thing that alot of people dont realize it the fsb voltage. For a front side bus up to 450, you still only need about 1.3volts if you have your gtlvref lane voltage set right here is some info on what they are http://www.edgeofstability.com/articles/dfi_p35/gtl/gtl1.html And some more here http://www.edgeofstability.com/articles/dfi_p35/default_gtl.html[/UR It is surprizing when you get them set right and your super high fsb and your only running like 1.3volts for the northbridge. gtlvref lane voltage When i go to set my gtlvref I start out with 1.3v for the fsb voltage. Boot and run prime95 and when it shows errors ill move the lane volts up 10mv till there is now more errors in 10 minutes. Then ill write them down lets say its 20mv. Then ill move up 10mv each time and run prime again for 10minutes. Ill do that till it starts showing errors again. Write that mv down and lets say its 120mv. Now find the median for the to and that would be 60mv now i know that im right in the middle of my stability voltages for the gtlvref. Any time i mess with the fsb i do this thats why its so nice that they let you save settings in the bios and load them. Now for the spp and mcp-spp I always keep these values in the green and on the low side were i can. If i start to have problems with stability i start moving one up at a time till it is resolved.