When a company lacks support on a certain board which is STILL a great runner/overclocker, thus it falls to creative coders and programmers who take it upon themselves to create the bios which will run the 955/965 etc and they also bug test these themselves before publicly releasing them.
Its always been the case even in video gaming that a community who are passionate about something, mod it themselves instead of waiting and waiting for a company to release its 'official' update or map packs. This is what has happened with the ASUS m2n32 and i for one am very grateful that its breathed life back into my board and bring it back into the realms of the 3Ghz-4ghz clubs
The bios for this board to run 945/955/965 has been extensively tested in 'real world' enviroments and 100's of guys are running a bios now created specifically for this board. If ASUS do decide to make a bios for these 955/965/970 cpu's, then all well and good, but its a BIG 'IF' and i personally don't want to wait another 6-12 months to find out, when a bios is out there that does the job 100% right now. I have not been a guinea pig in any testing of the bios but i sure am a happy AMD Phenom II X4 965 cpu owner running it on a ASUS M2N32-Sli deluxe!!!