I just got a A8N32-SLI Deluxe to replace my old A8N-SLI motherboard which fried.
But now I'm have a couple problems with the new motherboard, first I'm getting graphics glitches such as dots on the screen starting as soon as I boot and many more glitches when running things like WoW. Second I get a constant buzzing sound if I turn the volume up very loud, I'm guessing it's a drive issue since it goes away if I mute all sound.
Processor: AMD Athlon +4200 X2
Motherboard: ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe
GFX Card: BFG 7900GT
OS: Windows XP
WD 160GB HD
Had the same problem.Removed the card(evga7900gtko),blew out dust balls that were inside the card and reseated.Seems to have fixed it temporarily anyway.I also used rivatuner to up the fan speed when it is under load.The 7900 has had these problems due to overheating.As for the sound issue I had odd noisesfrom the onboard sound. Stuck in an old soundblaster live. Problem solved.
If your card doesnt work right after you blow dust out of the heatsink you might need a new one.I almost sent mine back after reading some of the reviews with others having the artifacting.It has been a solid card for a year now but i am leaning toward an 8800GTS.
I've had it for a year though and never had any problems with it (other then when it's overheated) until I got this new motherboard.
I've got two of these motherboards, in two computers. They are very picky about ram and seem to demand a good quality soundcard. I have one running an old Audigy and one with a X-FI Pro. Both cards are much better then the board's sound. If you plan to go with VIsta, get an X-Fi series because Creative suports that in Vista, but not the Audigy series.
Other than that, overclocking is fairly easy. Quality control from ASUS has been a problem, but they never raised a hastle about doing an RMA.