Reply 20 of 62, by SaxxonPike
I have used the Asrock 775i65G. I had the 2.03 revision and 45nm CPUs worked on it with the newest BIOS. There is also a 3.0. I found the best way to go was to get a Wolfdale CPU with 800 MT/s FSB because the 865G has some annoying issues with 1066. I had the 3 GHz Pentium E5700 on it. It was a good board. I used it to experiment with combining massive CPU power with old 3D cards.
I also own one of these and tested a number of CPUs in it. Unofficially, you can drop in up to the E7600. I don't recall if that required a modified BIOS, but it was stable all the same for me. My board was a rev 3.0. These may still be obtainable new.