Hmm nobodies seem to have reported this here so I might as well: Abit WN-2S+ ABIT offical site More indepth here (scroll down a bit) Dual Opteron 4 x Dimms socket, 2 per processor, best of all they take unregistered memory! SLI PCI-E (2x8 lanes) 1 x 1 PCI-E 1 x PCI (no PCI-X) 4 x SATA Onboard sound ATX form factor Dual Gigabit (a PHY and a intel looking like its hung off the PCI) Firewire One would imagine that this will be a fairly cheap board and possibly the cheapest way into a dual Opteron rig. Not to mention being able to clock up a few cheaper Opterons (1Mb cache each), and with high quality memory go DDR533 with four channels in a NUMA enviroment and post scores way higher than any DDR2 system can dream of. A board that might put Xeons out of business (at the lower end of the market). Having un buffered memory should also mean less latency, and more choice of memory. A PCI break out would be nice as to use more than 1 PCI (which won't really be useable with SLI on board). But fairly acceptable compromises for a workstation board if they can land it in OZ for what $400-$450..