Today my PC decided to start randomly crashing, so instead of messing about with it I've decided it's time to upgrade it as it is a couple of years old anyway. Now, do I buy an ASUS A8N32-SLI and a XFX 7800GTX Extreme 265MB... OR Do I buy an Asus ATI EAX-X1900 XT 512MB and a non-SLI motherboard (crossfire doesn't seem too good yet, unless I'm mistaken?) - not quite sure which though? I've never really been a fan of NVidia, and always liked ATi, but the SLI seems like a good idea and the A8N-32 seems like a good mobo. Perhaps I should just get the A8N-32 and the X1900, but I think that kind of defeats the purpose of the SLI, and although I wouldn't use it straight away, it'd be nice to add another gfx card in 6 months time or so. How noisey are NVidia cards these days? I'm buying an Opteron 165 and G.Skill 2GB PC4000 to go with this one BTW. What would you do?