I did a lot, though seemingly shortlived, close testing with GJ and MJ. I still test with my versions and have no problems. I now have an nForce chipset and, unlike many, many others, I have no problems. I have no doubt that, like VIA, you have to make sure that the chipset drivers are installed properly. I still have a VIA based test box and it can take a dozen or more installs to get it right. nForce is no exception but what pisses me off is that the install won't 'take' the first time. Intel can get it right, why can't everyone else?
I'm sure that vendor implementation is not as good as it should be either but then, they've had sice the TX/VX to get it right. By the time the BX was out it was flank speed. If you want to shit in the woods you have to be a bear or a big dog, nForce is a pussy but it works for me - just perservere. The Internet is littered with my advice on proper installation of chipset drivers. I maintain just one each of VIA and nForce chipsets, the rest are Intel; take notice big guys.