Yes 3 Way-SLi is extremely cool, like 3 8800GT/GTS on a motherboard that supports it will boost your performance even more. Lets take Striker II Formula for an example, it supports 3 way-sli, 2 PCI-E 2.0 X16 and 1 PCI-E 1.0 between the two, Nvidia's Latest 780i chipset, great performance and overclocking potentials, but i have a few questions that i need you guys to clear me out. - the 2 PCI-E 2.0 X16 is far apart, if you want to SLi 2 cards, will the 3 way-Sli connector act as a normal SLI connector? - Ok if you do 3 way-sli wouldn't the PCI-E 1.0 X16 slot slow down the other 2 PCI-E 2.0 X16? - When Sli-ing, does the cards has to be exactly the same? What if one card is made by MSI and one by eVGA and the other one by ASUS OC version, will it still work? - Some of you might know that 8800GT gets very hot, wouldn't 3 Way-Sli have heat problems? - About the motherboard, reviewers say that ASUS Striker II Formula's Chipset gets very hot, will that be a problem if you're a extreme Overclocker that Overclocks to the max? - Last question, If i have a OCed quad-core, 3 8800GTS, um...5 hard drives, 1 DVD writer, lots of fan on the case(like Antec Nine Hundred) will 800w be enough? because in this review: http://www.vr-zone.com/articles/Cinematic_Gaming:_ASUS_Striker_II_Triple_SLI/5503-3.html OCed QX9650, 3 8800GTX and a hdd, it idles over 300w, and on Load its over 500w, sometimes over 600w on peak...so shouldn't 800w be enough? -Should i buy OCed 8800GT or standard 8800GT and which company is better?