I've Googled and searched the forums without any success, but I have a question that I can't find the answer to. I've read on the forums people mention some motherboards are good for overclocking and some are bad, but no one mentions why. So my question is, what makes a motherboard good for overclocking? I don't know if it matters but I'm planning to use an AMD Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition.
What makes a motherboard good for overclocking is the design of its voltage regulator. Many boards have 8-pin power and a regulator that can't even top out the amperage provided by a 4-pin connector.
I've blown up more ASRock voltage regulators than any other brand, but those were all Intel boards. AMD has different power requirements, and I probably didn't burn the boards only because the CPU overheated before I could push that far.
I wouldn't buy anything without doing a websearch to find out how well other people are doing with the product I was considering.