I bet 3k for that motherboard.
FOUND YA~~~~ http://forum.abit-usa.com/showthread.php?t=124477
It will be around $350.
But anyway, I don't buy ABIT boards. Shitty overclocking compared to ASUS ones.
I'll buy that for a dollar!
...hmm, I say, maybe 300 dollars American, I am guessing. I'm probably wrong.
Reason being, that is around the price for the IN9-32X MAX(well, it is on sale for about $279 at the moment on Newegg, but around $300 regularly), and according to this article(http://www.bit-tech.net/news/2007/06/07/abit_maxes_out_its_x38/1), this new board will be around the same price.
Was I close?
Edit: Crap. Late. And, according to Jyuu, wrong. :(
The EVGA 680i SLI is the last non-ASUS board I bought. It's so terrible. Poor overclocking, lots of issues, poor performance, etc.
And it even killed two sticks of my Dominator RAM.
da da da da damn mahng!!! How did it kill your ram? Heat?
I'm not the only one.
The 680i is terrible. NVIDIA's last great chipset remains the NFORCE 4 SLI x16 for AMD.
:/ I've got a 680i board from EVGA. So far, it's been OK. Overclocks OK. Has problems installing Vista (which I don't really want anyways), but anyways, I'm not quite satisfied.