You really shouldn't be that way toward the OS - after all it runs perfectly on my system here, and I am not that far removed from you. To say that it is the OSs fault just because of *your* experiences is pretty faulty logic. Now, before you go off on me, I am being logical, not hateful, and neither am I trying to cut you down - I am trying to make you see the logic. This x64 build is one of the best x64 OSs M$ has put out - and I am not the only one saying that, It is rock solid, and the only thing hindering it is the lack of drivers for some older hardware. Otherwise, it is rock solid.
I replied to another of your threads, but I'll say it here again - you *really* need to talk to people who have the same board as you, and try to find those that have the same memory as well - they will have the best experience on how to setup your BIOS settings for a normal, *stable* experience.
That being said, I know you have been having issues, but trust me it is not the OSs fault - and, since you have had other issues from the beginning as well, I honestly suggest that you need to get your hardware set up *correctly*, and then format and reinstall from scratch.
OCers always recommend that you install your OS *without* any OC enabled, and a lot of eVGA board owners are saying also to install your OS with only a single stick of RAM installed on your board. I was one of the lucky ones in that I installed with both sticks in place, but I had not OC at all - everything was at stock speeds and whatnot.