Ok, I have no plans to buy one soon, but I was looking into the Nvidia GeForce 9800 GX2. Do you need a specialized motherboard to handle this card? By this I mean, do I need a special motherboard that supports mote than one Video Card? If so, will I be able to upgrade to a newer video card in the future? I know that the the 2 GPU's are on one board (I think), but I try and stay away from SLI motherboards as I have generally heard you can't upgrade them. (Please tell me if that's bs or not ok lol.) I'm looking to build a comp in about six months. I just want to know if a standard motherboard that has one PCI-Ex16 slot will run this monster, all other considerations (Temperature [covered by the El Diablo case by Tagan] and power supply [600 Watts]) should be taken care of. I don't plan to run more than one card, which is why this card looked so appealing. 2 GPU's, 1 card. If any of my assumptions about this card are wrong, please tell me. If you can tell me about supported motherboard types, and upgradability, that'd be great. I don't wanna buy an SLI compatible if I don't have to. Also, if upgradability would be an issue, please list good alternatives to the 9800 GX2. I know I'm asking alot, but if you could help me out, that would be great.