and by the way if someone tryed it and can tell me a bit about it
Are you asking if someone has tried the board? If so then yes it is the board I am currently using. I like the board now but it took a while and a lot of instability and crashes to get it right. The newest BIOS, 1205 Beta, made my system totally unstable and I was unable to install an older BIOS so I had to pull a floppy drive out of an old system (my current system doesn't have one) and install the 1102 BIOS which is the only stable BIOS I've been able to find.
Long story short if you want or need SLI capability then a 680i board is your best option and the P5N32-E SLI is on par with the rest of them but if you don't need SLI you should go with a P35 board. Another thing to consider is that the 680i will be replaced soon.