The M4A79T is a great motherboard, i love it, does everything you'd expect. it even helps to keep the computer cooler too. overclocking is simpler and you have profiles to store your best overclocks. if an overclocks fail the motherboard restarts and sets the overclock back to the most recent configuration which worked well. you really cannot fault it really. it's at a reasnable price now too.
the only major flaw with the motherboard is the layout of the pci-e 16x slots. there are four of them which is brilliant however, the bottom two are too close which stops you crossfiring a larger 2 bay graphic such as the one i used (4890). because most graphic cards now use two bays, i didn't find that asus layed the two ports out well enough to crossfire four graphic cards.
sorry for the late reply i just now decided to check OC3D.